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Forty shots: Springfield postgame

Been hearing Brent Thompson talk for like two years about shooting the puck more. (I know every time I bring it up it seems like he’s been saying it for a longer time; he kind of has.) This time, it
Categories: Berube , Mayfield , Postgame , Rampant nostalgia , RIP

What snow: Springfield pregame

“Especially where I’m from, every winter there’s one really big one. It’s pretty usual. It melts soon enough.” –Brock Nelson, Feb. 13, 2013 A couple of warmish days have knocked the snow down to

Seeking chances: Springfield postgame

Three goals, three penalties with 2:42 left. Happy new year 2004! #BST— Michael Fornabaio (@fornabaioctp) January 2, 2016 I kinda wish I’d thrown the “<3” after that The game turned in the

Pelech back up, Pulock over: Springfield pregame

With Adam Pelech called up this morning (Johnny Boychuk on injured reserve), Bridgeport will go with the younger defense tonight, saving Matt Carkner for the home games this weekend. That also moves

Blowing in the Wind: Springfield postgame

There’ll be stuff in the paper tomorrow from Bracken Kearns about icing the puck and skating onto it and bad ice and, well, it was interesting stuff. Throwing it down the ice or not, the Falcons did a

Different target: Springfield pregame

Springfield is 2-0 against Bridgeport when Nicklas Treutle starts, 0-2 when someone else does. Granted, that “someone else” was twice Tyler Beskorowany, who has gone to Germany; Louis Domingue gets
Categories: Pregame, Springfield

And then chaos: Springfield postgame

Boy, Don Stevens calling Bridgeport a bunch of divers seems a long way away, no? Start with the first 54:30: A so-so first (“We didn’t play the way we needed to play,” Brent Thompson said. “They got a

Finishing the weekend: Springfield pregame

After picking up three points on the road, including a win last night in Utica, Bridgeport comes back with essentially the same lineup — including the absent Joe Whitney, reported still waiting for
Categories: Pregame, Springfield

Unmatched: Springfield postgame

We’ve seen this in bits and pieces at times, but two-plus periods of a strict five-man matchup, not usually. Worked out OK, in part because of the sixth guy out there. “I thought we had a couple of

Anders Lee is elsewhere: Springfield pregame

Ryan Strome gets one of his old linemates back, anyway, rejoining Mike Halmo with Alan Quine. That moves Sebastian Collberg with Joe Whitney and Bracken Kearns, which probably means the power-play