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One flu east, one flu west: Wednesday notes

Similar group to yesterday, including the early departure of Colin Markison, with one exception: Bracken Kearns sat out, under the weather. (And so it begins.) (Did you see the mumps are at their

Little dab’ll do ya: Hartford postgame

Had a feeling before the game. Just did. I think Toews might be the one guy I hadn’t quoted yet, for no other reason than I kept postponing featuring him on an off day, and there was always something

Every child had a pretty good shot: Lehigh Valley postgame

Strongest of the three games, it looked from video, when Allentown wasn’t smothering the screen in graphics and fans and promos. (Didn’t actually see the last goal for a few minutes. Anyway.) Didn’t

Pelech, Pulock down: Tuesday notes

The Islanders got to 23 this afternoon about the only way they could. They put Eric Boulton on injured reserve, they lost P.A. Parenteau to the Devils on waivers, and after we got back upstairs from

I remember that guy: Wednesday notes

Nice to see our man Paul Ryan today, up from Austin with the Texas representatives at the U.S. Open National Playoffs. Unfortunately for them, their stay was not long. The Coyotes hired Dawn Braid as

Summer is for golf, after all: Monday notes

Realized today how long it has been since the last post. Been a little busy. Sunday in particular was kinda cool. Today came down video of this chaos in a KHL exhibition game. I was looking for Tomas

Holmstrom back/Matvichuk, Anderson out

The captain called while he was in a rain delay on the golf course and I was trying to cover a softball game. Ah, summer. But at least he had a new contract. “It’s an exciting feeling to get it done

Defensive forward: Portland postgame

Y’ever play defense, Tanner Fritz? “No. Not like that,” he said after he set up the winning goal Saturday. “I was pretty nervous going out there, and right away there’s a rush against me.” Cameron

Never dull: Albany postgame

Sharp seemed to be the word of the day. More precisely, that’s what they weren’t. They were going early, had chances early: three posts. They got back even in the second period, then gave up a weird

Game plans: Lehigh Valley postgame

To sort-of steal a line from Bracken Kearns, 10 games ago, who knows how this turns out. They’re down 2-0 early, then again by a goal after they erase that deficit. “We stayed with it,” Ben Holmstrom