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Facing elimination (update: Eliminated): Toronto Game 3 liveblog

Bridgeport, as you may have gathered from all those posts about playoff futility this week, is 2-7 all-time when facing elimination. (Well, two posts, I guess. It feels like more because my punk

Punch a higher floor: Thursday notes

The week drags on, but there seems to be a loose kind of excitement around the Sound Tigers. It’s a big stage. They’re the underdogs. “Any time you’re the underdog in a series, you’ve got nothing to

Reconvening for the playoffs: Wednesday notes

Tomorrow’s story in the paper is going to be about handling the changes to the lineup that come from losing one of your top two centermen (not to mention having your top defenseman and top goalie up,

News not optional/Milner up: Tuesday notes

Ross Johnston’s three-game suspension stemmed from his coming on the ice on a legal line change. Things simmered, all hell broke loose, he fought, and Bridgeport had six guys on the ice. He’ll do his

Boxes, tickets, farewells: Monday notes

Alan Quine started this season 18th on the Sound Tigers’ all-time scoring list. Mike Halmo started 27th. RankNameGPG-A-Pts 5Trevor Smith21472-77-149 6Jeff Tambellini11371-67-138 7Trent

Quine up (again): Tuesday notes

Team photo day, and Alan Quine joins the grand old tradition of the likes of Sean Bergenheim and Rob Collins: Players who will appear in the photo, totally, really, we mean it. He was called up this
Categories: Carkner , Futures , Missouri , Quine , RIP

Missouri reshuffle: Three down, one up (updated: Mayfield back)

The forwards are back to resembling normal, but the back end remains in a bit of flux, and Bridgeport’s post-weekend rearrangement sent Parker Milner, Josh Holmstrom and Tyler Barnes back to Missouri
Categories: Barnes , Holmstrom , Leduc , Mayfield , Milner

Playoffs? Don’t… etc.: Lehigh Valley postgame

The Islanders sent Bracken Kearns, Alan Quine and Ross Johnston back down tonight. Insert your “too late” joke here. “We know we can’t do that again,” Mike Halmo said. “We’ve got three games to the

So the graduations hang on the wall: Lehigh Valley liveblog

Not-live from the site of the 2017 AHL All-Star Game (should be a nice spot)… It’s the Bridgeport Sound Tigers (minus their top two centermen, with Bracken Kearns and Alan Quine called up) and the

News optional: Wednesday notes

Optional today, though there was more interesting stuff happening in the runway than on the ice. Parker Milner appeared midway through to greet Boston College pal Joe Whitney, who doesn’t have a cast
Categories: Former Futures , Futures , International , Milner , RIP