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Ways and means: WBS postgame

Just up and asked Connor Jones: How do you keep finding ways? “We’re a really hard-working team,” Jones said. “We love being around each other. We’re want to work together. … No one cares who gets

Black and gold and blue and orange Friday: WBS pregame

So we’ve reached the “drive to work in the dark” segment of the schedule. Hope Thanksgiving was good for you. (Got a good game out of it, though I confess I was envious of the folks who got a 44-0

Chasing and chasing: WBS postgame

They did everything but score in the first period tonight. They fell behind in the second. They came up short in the third. “It’s frustrating, yeah,” Brent Thompson said. “There are positive notes. We

Adapting: Lehigh Valley postgame

I mean, is there a better situation for any hockey player than Josh Ho-Sang in a five-on-three? Let alone two of them back-to-back? An assist and his first pro goal for Ho-Sang on those two power

Song’s the same: Saturday morning notes

Bridgeport looks like it has looked the past few days of practice; the first four lines and three pairs of that array from Thursday look like they’re in tonight. Christopher Gibson was the first one

Transaction Thursday

Bridgeport got a slew of players today and sent out over half as many itself. The Islanders announced as we got back from practice that Scott Mayfield is on waivers to come down, and another nine were

Breaking up families: Tuesday notes

Roughly the same group at Wonderland today as was at Harbor Yard yesterday, with the additions of goalie Clay Witt and one Jon Landry. Had a nice chat with Landry that’ll go in the paper tomorrow. The

Haggerty to WBS / SHU to the barn? Thursday notes

Initially Twitter-skimmed past this NCAA press release about 18 scholarships for Atlantic Hockey, which broke yesterday, but Eric Hornick pointed us back: it says Sacred Heart plans to return to

Almost down to the shore: Friday notes

Six weeks to the season, for crying out loud. A year after he joined their front office — like a year ago this coming Sunday — Chris Drury became the Rangers’ assistant general manager. Former

Supporting McGivney: Monday notes

After softball today in Bristol, went down to Mill River in Stratford for the Vazzy’s Golf Classic. And by the time I got there, the players had left: Thunderstorm cut short the golf after about nine