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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.

Holmstrom up — The other one: Thursday notes

Connor Jones took part of practice this morning, but he seems to be questionable for the weekend. Brent Thompson reiterated lower-body, day-to-day on him. With that question mark, Bridgeport called up

Been a long time: ROCHESTER! liveblog

I think I’ve told this before, but what the heck. Bridgeport plays in Rochester tonight for the first time since Oct. 5, 2001, the first game in franchise history. You may’ve heard THAT a time or 82
Categories: Alumni watch , Postgame , Pregame , RIP , Rochester

Hockey, Day (KC1): A visit to an Island

Called up the blog template on this computer for the first time since the last day of the year. Deleted out all the templates for penalty minutes, top-scoring defensemen, Alan Quine with the most

Comets hit Barons/adieu, Dave: Wednesday notes

Utica completes the final four in the AHL with a 1-0 win over Oklahoma City in Game 7 of the Western Conference semis. Alexandre Grenier scored with 12:49 left in the game, and Jacob Markstrom (in the

Game 7, All-Star Game, stolen stuff: Monday notes

There’ll be a Game 7 in the AHL this year: Oklahoma City got goals from Brad Hunt and Ryan Hamilton and 33 saves from Richard Bachman, surviving Sven Baertschi’s late goal to beat Utica 2-1. Game 7 is

Hartford moves on: Friday notes

The East Division over the past decade had provided the AHL with Calder Cups for Norfolk and Binghamton and Philadelphia and, of course Hershey; with finals appearances for Wilkes-Barre/Scranton and

USA to World Semis: Thursday notes

Congratulations to Team USA for its 3-1 win over Switzerland. Your reward is another crack for Russia with a ticked-off Alex Ovechkin arriving in town. Never easy. The Americans took care of their

Pens back/RIP, Post legend: Saturday notes

Wilkes-Barre/Scranton stayed in their series, getting goals from Bryan Rust and Tom Kostopoulos and survived a late Manchester goal to win Game 3. The Monarchs lead 2-1 with Game 4 on Monday. (Also,

Multiple overtimes: Thursday notes

Like an hour and a half after Game 1 needed three overtimes, Game 2 was decided in about 45 minutes: Manchester got three points apiece from Jordan Weal, Brian O’Neill and Michael Mersch, and the