Power lines: Thursday notes

A lot of structural work in practice today, then closing with work on the power play. Joe Whitney and Ryan Pulock stayed out late to continue working on it. More tomorrow in the paper. (If you put

Milner sticks, Williams down: Wednesday notes (updated: Leduc up)

Christopher Gibson’s return from the NHL meant someone had to go down. And that turns out to be Stephon Williams. Parker Milner remained with the Sound Tigers opposite Gibson at Wonderland this
Categories: Leduc, Milner, Williams

Carkner suspended one game

The AHL suspended Matt Carkner for Friday’s game at Providence for his second-period hit Sunday on Hershey captain Garrett Mitchell. Called a cross-checking minor at the time, it was reviewed for
Categories: Carkner

Moving up: Tuesday notes

It’s a pretty good shakeup for the Sound Tigers after yesterday’s moves. Colin Markison and Carter Verhaeghe, up from Missouri, each appeared on one of the top two lines this morning. Looking for some

Rotation: Six transactions

Even after Saturday’s win, there was a simmering sort of sense that there could be some tweaks, some guys called up, some guys sent down. They came this morning after a loss last night: forwards
Categories: Cullity , Finn , Holmstrom , Markison , Missouri

Power failures: Hershey postgame

It’s actually not an overly long time to be without a power-play goal. I mean, yeah, after tonight’s 0-for-3, it’s eight full games without one, part of the reason Hershey whitewashed them 5-0 (Dan

No Ness (NHL): Hershey pregame

Last trip in for Hershey, and Aaron Ness is not in the house. (Good for him, but still.) The Sound Tigers wrap up a three-in-three with Stephon Williams getting back in net. Couple of apparent swaps,

‘Bout changes and things: Rochester postgame

It might not have been to the “at some point you gotta do something” stage, but Bridgeport hasn’t broken out scoring much, it has only one win in two months without scoring three goals, and after it