Weekly reader

(Should have kept this up over the past however-many-years. Oh well.) Tyler Haskins has gone from hard-workin’-kid to big piece of the puzzle. The rest of the weekly includes the long-awaited (maybe –

So where’s the team?

So where’s the team?

So where's the team?

Binghamton will apparently have a guy with a great name available tomorrow. A solid trivia question from AHL PR guru Jason Chaimovitch: The last AHL game on Prince Edward Island was a 5-3 Senators

First place

All alone. Go figure. Hershey looked dead-tired. Can’t blame them, especially when you’re trying to deal with a team whose whole thing is predicated on skating and pressure. After the penalties turned

First place

All alone. Go figure. Hershey looked dead-tired. Can’t blame them, especially when you’re trying to deal with a team whose whole thing is predicated on skating and pressure. After the penalties turned

Chocolate and orange, together at last

No Comeau; some kind of injury that I didn’t catch last night. (He played the third-to-last shift of the game, so…) And no Kohn, either. Fritz out; Hennigar and Haley in. And Lawson gets that start,

Chaos theory

Dunno about your feeling, but these games seem to go either way to me. They’re either so cringe-worthy that it almost hurts to watch, or they’re so crazy that they’re a blast. This one felt like the