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Camaraderie camp: Hartford (exh.) (A) postgame

Edit, 10:10 p.m.: Arthur Staple reports that the Islanders will send Kirill Petrov to Bridgeport, along with the defensemen they called up this morning. That handful of spots gets a little shorter.

First round of cuts: Friday notes

Six players missing this afternoon, headed for Missouri: F: Scott Allen, Tanner Fritz, Andrew Johnston, Danick Paquette, John Schiavo; D: Dax Lauwers “They’ve obviously got to still earn a spot

Fifteen years: An anniversary logo

The Sound Tigers will celebrate 15 season with a special-logo patch this season. And he was born in Bridgeport. Or, well, Canada, actually. I think T.O. You know, just go with Bridgeport. The team

Lead for Utica (without DeFazio): Thursday notes

Dodging raindrops, thunderclaps and requests for further updates on an 8-2 lacrosse game… Sven Baertschi’s natural hat trick led Utica to a 4-1 win over Grand Rapids and a 2-1 series lead. One Cory

That time of year: Stretch traded, Wednesday notes

C.J. Stretch, Brent Thompson said this morning, is a really nice player on a good team. When the Sound Tigers signed him, that’s what they were hoping to be. Oklahoma City’s leading the Western

Killing them: WBS postgame

We are eight days shy of the 10th anniversary — seriously? How the heck — of the seven-second-delay game, in which Greg Cronin let loose on a Wes McCauley no-goal call in his postgame interview,

Sivak, day-to-days, etc.: Wednesday notes

Sorry for the delay. Computer problems, another assignment… ah, you don’t care. The newsiest bit, anyway, was that Colton Gillies wasn’t on the ice. Just banged up and day-to-day, Brent Thompson

Grit, bounceback, loss: Hartford postgame

Better, not great, and not a win. Funky finishes, with four-minute power plays and three-on-three (“that’s not playoff hockey”). Hey, about those four-minute power plays. Those six power plays from

Living for a dream: Tuesday notes

What day is it? Yeah. New Islanders goalie David Leggio’s mask made the rounds on Twitter today; from David Gunnarsson, it’s a pretty neat design that honors the Big Club’s history. Catchup: Bill

Clearing the zone, clearing lanes, clearing snow

(Little snow.) This morning kind of went the way the first goal went. I’m pretty sure every PKer had the puck on his stick at one point on that shift. I think it went Langkow, Bruton, Keenan, Mayfield