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Who’s scruffy-lookin’? Wilkes-Barre postgame

It’s always nice when someone gives you the quote so you don’t have to say it. “It was an ugly game,” Brent Thompson said. Weird, for sure. “It was a hard-fought game. Guys really sacrificed a lot

Same as it was: Wilkes-Barre pregame

Worked pretty well the other day: Bridgeport will stick with the same lineup that played a fairly dominant game against Portland on Tuesday. It’s Star Wars Night here. The Rebel Alliance logo is also
Categories: Pregame, Wilkes-Barre

One more time: WBS pregame

Looks like the same lineup for Bridgeport, down to the goaltender, so Mike Halmo plays his 200th AHL game (to go with 20 in the NHL) today in the Wilkes-Barre rematch, one goal shy of 50. He’s the
Categories: Halmo, Pregame, Wilkes-Barre

WBS liveblog

Getting my “catching up on high schools” done early today, hopefully. But no Wilkes-Barre trip, so livebloggin’ here. Listen to Paul at AHL Live. Follow him, Tom Venesky, Seth Lasko and Mike O’Brien,

Streaking Tigers: Wilkes-Barre postgame

Would you feel a little more confident in that last penalty kill if you’ve got Scott Mayfield in from Detroit? Probably. But the guys who were here got it done. Ben Holmstrom said to give a lot of

Pennsylvania in the Pink: Wilkes-Barre pregame

Back in the second home for years and years, NEPA Civic Aren First Union A Wachovia The Arena at Casey Plaza. (No, people, Mohegan Sun is in Uncasville. Wait, what?) Still, it never gets less weird to

Streaks end: WBS postgame

Streak over: WBS postgame Rest easy, 1984 Rochester Amerks. Tonight, ’11-12 Norfolk Admirals, you are still young. Streak’s over. And, look, tongue removed from cheek, these things happen. The

Collberg out: Wilkes-Barre pregame

Sebastian Collberg was slow to the bench with a few minutes to go last night after taking a hit from Anton Blidh (who finished that shift with a penalized hit on Justin Florek, who came on for

First win: Penguins postgame

Perfect, no. Fun, usually. Win for the home team? Yep. Christopher Gibson credited his teammates for keeping shots to the outside. He was pretty good on the ones that weren’t, and his teammates were

Round 15: Penguins pregame

Remember where you were 14 years ago tonight? You were at the first home game in Sound Tigers history. You know, assuming you were. Bridgeport’s success against the Penguins in recent years has been