Sound Tigers cleaning up: Monday notes

Things to clean up still, Brent Thompson said — defensive-zone coverage, the third man on the forecheck — but all in all, sounds like it was as good a game as it looked Saturday. “Overall, I thought

So more tired than (ticked) off?: Hershey postgame

Sports is shared experiences and whatnot, but yeah, the AHL changes things up so much that when you say “Bridgeport hadn’t won in Hershey in four years,” how much does that mean? The only Sound Tiger

Idle hands often win the next night: Hershey pregame

This will be the Sound Tigers’ fourth game for which they were idle the night before but their opponent played (and traveled, though this’ll be the first time Bridgeport, which went out there early
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Suspensions elsewhere, familiar reasons: Friday notes

Much love to the people of Paris. Jeez. Mundanely: Mark Divver suggests circle the next Providence-Bridgeport game. Seth Griffith is out with a concussion* that he suffered on a hit from Scott

Similar looks / different spots: Thursday notes

Same general array today for Bridgeport. They’re going to practice in the Land of Chocolate tomorrow, and we’ve got a soccer game, so… more Saturday unless warranted. In the meantime, a reminder
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It’s just a start: Providence postgame

Well. The easiest thing to do is the overview: At 11-4, the best 15-game start in team history, even accounting for shootouts: All three previous Bridgeport teams that had 10 wins through 14 games

Far to the right: Providence pregame

Happy Veterans Day. And thanks, vets. A couple of tweaks to Bridgeport’s lineup, which does indeed include five right-handed defensemen. Matt Carkner and Jesse Graham have been the two who’ve played

All right, all right: Tuesday notes

The Sound Tigers didn’t use a fifth right-handed defenseman in their team history until their second season. It’s possible they dress five tomorrow night, as Brent Thompson said Matt Finn is