Monthly Archive for June, 2013

: June, 2013

Draft day: Nino to the Wild/picks/Greenwich everywhere

Nino Niederreiter and his agent got their wish: Arthur Staple first reported Niederreiter to the Wild for Cal Clutterbuck and a third-round pick today. Clutterbuck adds grit and some skill to the Big

The Big Assist V / notes

Just hanging out……— Patrick Sharp (@10PSharp) June 28, 2013 I thought Li’l Sharp in his arms Monday night on the ice was the cutest thing in history. WRONG. Links

Six dates, one 102 days away

The Sound Tigers’ home opener will be Saturday, Oct. 5. The notorious Six Guaranteed Dates also include the traditional Friday after Thanksgiving (Nov. 29 this year) and the day after Christmas (Dec.

One (Cup) for the Dagger…

Chicago comes back with two goals in 17 seconds, wins its second Cup in four seasons, and denies us all two more days of winter. Ah well. A heck of a Stanley Cup Final either way. Tim Thompson does

AHL offseason Day 1 wrap

107 days until #OpeningNight— AmericanHockeyLeague (@TheAHL) June 19, 2013 (On the bright side, it’s June 20 now, so 106.) After David Ullstrom bolted today, the Islanders announced a July 11

Ullstrom to Russia

Jonkoping to Yaroslavl: After three years over here, David Ullstrom today signed with HK Lokomotiv in the KHL. He’d have had to clear waivers to return to Bridgeport, but he departs with spots in the

Grand Rapids wins the Cup

Brennan Evans scored through traffic with 10:06 to go, Tomas Tatar and Joakim Andersson added empty-netters, and the Grand Rapids Griffins finally buried Syracuse in six games and won the Calder Cup.

Gagnon/RIP, Kristians Pelss/Final continues

Police in Latvia confirmed the death of Kristians Pelss, the Oilers prospect reported missing earlier in the week. RIP. Should note this, as Ray noted in the comments and has been noted elsewhere: A

ABC: Arcobello/Belcher/Comets

After a season in which he played in the AHL All-Star Game and made his NHL debut, Mark Arcobello re-signed with Edmonton, the Oilers announced. He had 68 points in 74 games for Oklahoma City this

Scott Winkler, Kristians Pelss/Utica

Another terrible summer day in hockey. RIP, Scott Winkler, and hoping the best for Kristians Pelss. There’s a press conference in Utica on Friday to announce the arrival of the former Peoria Rivermen.