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Letters, numbers… other things: Thursday notes

Status quo this morning with two days to go. Same lines. Same missing (Andrew Rowe’s a little longer term, said Brent Thompson; Connor Jones, “day-to-day, week-to-week”). Tom Nilsson’s departure

Back at it/Petrov/RIP, Yogi: Tuesday notes

Technically back to work Wednesday. Not sure how much Sound Tigering we’ll do in the short term, but anyway. Awaiting clarification on an apparent local addition to the Bridgeport staff. But the new

Hockey returns: Islanders exhibition openers

A split in the exhibition openers for the Big Club on Monday after riding the rails to work: Kirill Petrov scored in Brooklyn in an Islanders win, while Alan Quine, James Wright and Justin Vaive
Categories: RIP, The Big Club

RIP, Andi Lambert

Andrea Lambert died Wednesday after an endlessly gutsy battle with breast cancer. She was 45. She leaves her husband, Lane, a Bridgeport assistant coach in 2005-06 under Dave Baseggio; daughters
Categories: RIP

Notes from the State of Virginia: Thursday bits

Been away for a few days — totally recommend a visit to Petersburg National Battlefield, the National Museum of the Marine Corps, and my family near Raleigh* and friends near Philly, though I’m not

Holewa to college: Tuesday notes

Late-breaking bit (hat tip USCHO): Sound Tigers assistant Doug Holewa was named a new assistant coach at Lake Superior State, the school announced. Holewa had been here three years, since Matt Bertani

What a Day for a Birthday*: The Blog Turns 10

Idle vacation thoughts, an organizational zeitgeisty convergence (thanks, Rene Morgan**), and the Web’s relentless advance led to this 10 years ago today. There was also this. I miss this. I had ideas

Redesigns, local rinks, Czech orthography: Tuesday notes

Hey, another new blog design. Let me know if anything’s less than functional for you. We’ve gotten further and further from this baby. Shouts out to Rene Morgan for designing it 10 years ago… this

RIP, Al Arbour

The coach of the Islanders dynasty and AHL legend has died at 82, the Islanders confirmed early this afternoon. TSN just retweeted this Bob McKenzie piece from earlier this year about Arbour and Stan
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Schedule coming!

Where’s my spy camera? We’ll find out at 1 p.m. Thursday. Tage Thompson (Brent’s older son) and Ridgefield’s Chad Krys were selected for next month’s All-American Prospects Game in Buffalo. New