Late Wednesday

Before I get back to the book that’s supposed to be back at the library tomorrow… Utah signed AHL not-quite-vet Dennis Packard. He’s played for Springfield, Providence and Worcester, out of Harvard.
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Car keys missing

As noted the last time, Mitch Fritz isn’t exactly an easy person to hide. He got the call this morning. And apparently he practiced down/up there. Up/down here, that left tweaks that included Parrish
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Shootout complaint No. 574

574) An actual penalty shot isn’t as much fun. Remember when they used to be the coolest part of the night? It’d take five minutes to go over the rules with the shooter and the goalie, building the
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Hillen down

Just got a press release that Jack Hillen is on his way down.
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Ex Post Facto

I am curious as to the after-the-fact injury policy around this organization. For example, when Micheal Haley returns, will they tell us why, exactly, he walked around with an arm wrapped up for three
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Bring it home

Jeremy Colliton laughed when he saw me writing down numbers this morning as the team went on the ice. “Don’t bother with the lines today,” he said. I’d figured it out by then: no big significance to
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Goalie switch

Chris Botta is reporting that Yann Danis is going up to fill in for a reinjured Rick DiPietro, and that Brett Skinner could go, too, if Freddy Meyer’s out. Relatedly, Greg Logan appears fed up.
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Strike that, reverse it

This was Friday night, backward. So-so first period, great second and third. The reverse theory breaks down, because Yann Danis wasn’t close to the reason Bridgeport lost Friday. But Saturday,
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