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Just in time: Worcester postgame

So they’ve figured out how to put teams away. Shame about that whole February thing. This is actually their first winning streak since that Chris Langkow goal in overtime to beat Hartford here on Feb.

Farewell, Sharks: Worcester pregame

Stephon Williams gets Start No. 2, and Brett Gallant returns for Bridgeport as Worcester makes its last trip in, replacing Mike Halmo in the lineup (hoping for an update after the game). There’s some

So long, old friend: How about one more classic, Worcester?

Wistah. Boy, did these cities play some wild games. We did this once before, didn’t we? Asked the Campbell brothers and Justin Papineau about you. Quoted Bill Ballou’s fantastic line about the

No continuation, another loss: Worcester postgame

Biggest difference between this thing and Saturday’s win? “Overall urgency,” Brent Thompson said. “Each one-on-one battle. That was the difference. We didn’t win enough one-on-one battles. We lost

Halmo, Mouillierat, Mayfield back

Two-thirds of a top line — or, a third of their top six — returns tonight for the Sound Tigers. Mike Halmo’s back from injury; Kael Mouillierat’s back from the NHL. Lengthens the lineup just a tiny

Worcester (last trip in) semiliveblog

Again otherwise occupied today, though hoping to catch up on tonight’s game relatively early. We’ll see how it goes. In the meantime, you’ve got Phil tonight (audio/pay per view). Follows include

Got away late: Worcester postgame

In more ways than one, this game got away late from Bridgeport. Late in the game, three Worcester goals. Late in the first two periods, Worcester goals. “Sometimes you take one step back to take two

Save your jokes: Worcester pregame

YES, both teams are here. Colton Gillies isn’t. John Persson’s not, either. (Upper body, coming and going, for both.) So, with Mike Halmo out long-term, on for warmup are the 19 skaters the Sound

Droughts: Worcester postgame

If Adirondack keeps Bridgeport scoreless for four minutes Sunday afternoon, the Sound Tigers will be in their longest scoring drought of the livepuck era. They’ve gone 170:59 without a goal after this

Pereira debuts: Worcester pregame

Edit: The Islanders announced they’ve got contract terms with Adam Pelech. He plays on with Erie, and could play for a while. But he’s under contract. It’s ATO season everywhere, and West Haven’s Mike