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Stop rallying: Hartford postgame

Two nights in a row they had a chance to tie it late and couldn’t quite find twine; two mirror-image 5-4 losses this weekend. Mirror-images, in fact, because they fell behind 3-1 and 5-2 both nights.

Scoring without winning: Providence postgame

There was that long stretch where they didn’t win without scoring three. Today is only the second time this season (Oct. 24 in St. John’s) when they scored four but lost. “I liked the way the forwards
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Power lines: Thursday notes

A lot of structural work in practice today, then closing with work on the power play. Joe Whitney and Ryan Pulock stayed out late to continue working on it. More tomorrow in the paper. (If you put

If we work hard, if we behave: Lehigh Valley pregame

Back to work with a pretty similar-looking group, albeit in some different arrangements in some cases. Connor Jones, who was the closest of the injured trio last weekend, is the one who gets back in,

Shots not fired: Portland (1) postgame

We keep coming back to shots in postgamers with Brent Thompson. The first was dicey for Bridgeport, and the funny part is it wasn’t horrific in the corsi/fenwick/etc sense. They turned the puck over

You can’t throw failure over your shoulder: Wednesday notes

Belated props to whichever of the #BST's streaming service fed The La's "There She Goes" this morning. Classic.— Michael Fornabaio (@fornabaioctp) December 15, 2015 (May or may

One missing: Tuesday notes

Missing man this morning: Sebastian Collberg, lower body. Not sure if that’s related to blocking the shot the other night or not: Brent Thompson said he didn’t have any kind of report, just that

Different kind of last minute: Hartford postgame

With 2:05 left in Sunday’s game, not long after the Sound Tigers had killed Hartford’s fourth power play, Christopher Gibson held onto a bad-angle shot from his left. Out came Whitney (with three

Whitney baby on the way: Wednesday notes

Team-building on Tuesday, Booster Club dinner last night, and back to work today. One big difference: Joe Whitney was missing. He’s on baby watch, awaiting his first child. It’s probable at this point

Sound Tigers cleaning up: Monday notes

Things to clean up still, Brent Thompson said — defensive-zone coverage, the third man on the forecheck — but all in all, sounds like it was as good a game as it looked Saturday. “Overall, I thought