Bookmaking… no, wait, the other thing

Fixed many of the photos that disappeared when the blog moved last summer (more accurately, when the old blog was shut down recently). If you notice a missing photo within the body of a blog post, let me know. (Not in the header or the margins. Those aren’t mine.)

Also fixed links to several old pages, like the old free-agent scorecards and signed-player scorecards. And also… Well, as mentioned in the live chat, pages don’t work very well on this blog server, at least not if they have tables. So I tossed them on a free Web hosting site. Apologies for the ads.

But that also allowed two other things:

AtlanticWatch ’10! With four columns, to which we’ll add if necessary. (Or maybe subtract if it will be easier soon.)

And EastWatch ’10! With, like, 15 columns. If we have to add to that, we may break the Internet.

Apologies for the Lowell color choice. Going throwback.

Don’t know how many of you actually use/have used these pages, but I know one person was wondering. So there they are. There are permanent links to both pages in the bottom of the right-hand column.


In case you missed it earlier in the chat, the Sound Tigers sent Jean Bourbeau back to Odessa, at least for Wednesday’s Game 3 of its playoff series. Game 4 is Friday. No word if Bourbeau will come back up after Wednesday or stick around with the Jackalopes. Anton Klementyev was back. Smith and DiBenedetto remained out.

Mark Flood earned his first NHL point on Blake Comeau’s second goal tonight.

The Sound Tigers are honoring Connecticut’s Erin Pac, a bronze medalist in bobsled, at Saturday’s game.

Jason Pitton went back down to Stockton.

Farmington’s Nick Bonino has his first NHL goal.

And as noted in the comments, Sean Backman signed with Dallas.

Michael Fornabaio