Monthly Archive for March, 2014

: March, 2014

Arcobello re-ups

The Edmonton Oilers tweeted earlier that Milford/Fairfield Prep’s/Yale’s/etc.’s Mark Arcobello signed a one-year contract extension.

Playoffs somewhere: Monday notes

Bridgeport treated today’s practice a little like a morning skate, Scott Pellerin said, complete with the forwards all wearing orange rather than different colors for different lines. That’s OK. A

Novelty: Hartford postgame

Today’s Bridgeport lineup, by where they were on Feb. 1: F: UNO-Bakersfield-Evansville Stockton-Yale-Injured Adirondack-Bridgeport-Bridgeport Bridgeport-Bridgeport-Bridgeport D: Injured-RPI

Back home: Hartford pregame

Back after a few days of NCAA hockey (though indeed Funky Skaterboy’s at center ice instead of a big tiger) to find a few NCAA players. An assortment of juniors could be on the way soon, along with

Shut down: Hartford from afar

Bridgeport had been shut out seven times. Hartford didn’t have a shutout yet this season. Seems like this should’ve been a match made in heaven already. BRIDGEPORT with thanks to Phil F:

Persson up, Trudeau in

The Islanders recalled John Persson this afternoon; he could make his NHL debut tonight in Tampa. Emergency recall. Bridgeport has also added large goalie Philippe Trudeau on an amateur tryout. He’s

Hockey in New Haven: Wednesday notes

While Yale and Fairfield’s staffs take over Webster Bank Arena this weekend, the Sound Tigers borrow Yale’s barn. Bridgeport will practice at Ingalls Rink the next three days. (We’ll probably miss

No. 56: Tuesday notes

After sending Adam Brace down yesterday, Bridgeport had Ben Rosen up here today, flying in on the red-eye to practice. He’s the latest to inherit No. 25; I was kind of hoping doubly he might be No.

Couple of Monday notes

A packed house at forward again/still, with Chris Bruton seemingly closer to returning. Adam Brace was here this morning but this afternoon is on the transactions as going back to Stockton. The

Turning points: Portland from afar/after the fact

So this thing this afternoon appears to have turned sharply in the last minute of the second period. Bridgeport led 2-1 when the Sound Tigers, breaking up the left wing, had Matt Mangene take a hit