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

Dealing with the Devils

Andrew MacDonald gets the rotating rest on defense. Fritz replaces Haley, and Walter’s return moves Colliton to right wing: LINEUPS BRIDGEPORT F: Smith-McLean-Iggulden Comeau-Walter-Colliton (A)

Jacked up

Tim Jackman is in fact the man getting the call. Ben Walter and Mitch Fritz appear to be in tonight’s lineup here. BTW, completely forgot to check the Binghamton game last night, but look who was

Blowin’ up

Blowin’ up

Blowin' up

(Blown up out of the earlier comment, sorry for the delay…) So Mitch Fritz came back down this afternoon, and Ben Walter is also on the transactions report; his official assignment to Bridgeport