Shut down: Providence (2) postgame

The last team to hold Frankie Vatrano without a point was Montreal, Jan. 19. The last team Stephon Williams beat was Wichita, Jan. 29. So naturally this is a clean win for Bridgeport tonight. Stalwart

Grudge rematch: Providence (2) pregame

So the aftermath of last night: Alex Khokhlachev, Anton Blidh, Jeremy Smith (all injured) and Colby Cave (suspended) out for Providence; C.J. Ludwig suspended three games for the hit on Blidh, and
Categories: Ludwig, Pregame, Providence

Three-minute turnarounds: Providence postgame

This game was tremendously disappointing. Should’ve been a three-minute major late. Of course you’re here to read about the Sound Tigers, not my weird-rulebook excitement. But then, this game was
Categories: Alumni watch , College , Postgame , Providence , RIP

Sickness and health: Providence pregame

Mike Halmo and Matt Carkner are both out sick tonight, but Carter Verhaeghe returns in his old spot, Sebastian Collberg slips into Halmo’s spot, and C.J. Ludwig will make his Sound Tigers debut
Categories: Pregame, Providence

Ludwig up, others day to day: Thursday notes

Bridgeport practiced this morning without Mike Halmo, who Brent Thompson reported as not feeling well. They’ll see how he is for Friday’s game in Providence against the Bruins, who’ve got Frankie
Categories: Alumni watch , Baseball , Halmo , Ludwig , RIP

“Is it… is it Saturday?” – Wednesday notes

Sound Tigers didn’t skate today. As is traditional when that call is made late, I found out in the Wonderland parking lot. (Frinkiac’s 7F09 archive seems off; can’t get the above Krusty line with the
Categories: Rulebook, Simpsons

Tuesday notes

It was a testy Brent Thompson this morning. Didn’t catch any massive outbursts, but stopping to skate ’em, little things: Yep. Practices the day after a day off are typically longer, but this one
Categories: Alumni watch, Verhaeghe

Pulock up

In pretty much the least-shocking news ever. While we’re here, Buster Olney this morning tweeted this story from Vancouver about the incredible memorabilia that two brothers found in their