Same as it was (but not): Tuesday notes

The basic array at Tuesday’s brisk practice was the same as it has been; Justin Vaive practiced, though he split time with Tanner Fritz in that spot (well, Vaive on the left, Fritz on the right,

Hats off all around: WBS postgame

While no one threw a hat for Justin Florek — confusion over the first goal, maybe, originally credited to Ben Holmstrom? Dunno, but hey, the hats average is usually around 0.5 anyway — Stephon
Categories: General

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,

Nine and a hundred: Quine/Halmobox

Blew off two milestones: RankNameGPG-A-Pts 7Trent Hunter15060-76-136 8Justin Mapletoft 24047-83-130 9Alan Quine181*44-79-123 10Aaron Ness28023-100-123 …………. 16Sean Bentivoglio22641-68-109

The land of Adam Erne: Eventual Syracuse liveblog

I’ll be a little late to the liveblog party tonight, but you can hang out from the start with Paul at AHL Live. Follow him, Lindsay Kramer, Dan D’Uva and the Crunch, among others. The box should be

Dusty/Road: Thursday notes

A short, brisk one Thursday before they headed up to Syracuse to meet Jonathan Drouin and the Crunch, then head down I-81 to start a home-and-home with the Penguins. The Sound Tigers looked about as
Categories: Leduc, RIP

Hurting and recovering/RIP, George Martin: Wednesday notes

The bullet points on Bridgeport’s walking (and limping, and getting around on crutches) wounded: –Kyle Burroughs is “week to week,” Brent Thompson said, which honestly is better than I thought it was