Get the Bee Gees ready (Final edition)

A busy Saturday just got busier: There’ll be a Game 5 tomorrow. Darren Haydar’s two second-period goals were below his normal output brought Chicago back from a 2-0 deficit. But then he was in the box
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Looks like a Cyclone hit it

Congrats to Kelly Cup champ Cincinnati, which finished it off in six with a 3-1 win. They packed standing room people in and set a league record. David Desharnais led the league in playoff scoring.
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Winning on the road

Lauren Van Dam and Kimber Auerbach have a video interview posted with Howard Saffan, in which he confirms the Texas trip this season. He says no one knew that. But you guys knew it was coming. Out in
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Newsynotes

After a long day in Bristol: The affiliation shuffle begins in earnest with Anaheim to Iowa. More interesting fun ‘n’ games on the Islanders Committee in Newsday, though the DiPietro surgery probably
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Flashing back: June 3, 2002

Come back with us to a day in the distant past, when Jason Krog was playing in Chicago in the Calder Cup Final, when gas was ridiculously expensive (a buck-fifty? Who’s paying this?), when St. John’s
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He better not take that ring from me…

Timmy Jackman is coming back on another two-way deal, as Greg Logan reported a while ago. In response to comments: Latest is Brennan is not likely coming back, that they’ll go younger with the tough
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No hockey in Waterbury

After an ultra-rare Sunday covering high schools… A couple of late Nathan Smith penalties turn into a Chicago power-play insurance goal, and Chicago takes a 2-0 lead in the Calder Cup Final. Darren
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Adieu, Dubie?

Interesting stuff from Greg Logan Sunday, most notably the presumed departure of Wade Dubielewicz and the presumed return of Tim Jackman.
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