Monthly Archive for March, 2015

: March, 2015

Johnston signs, status quo elsewhere: Tuesday notes

Still no Brett Gallant or Harry Zolnierczyk at practice for the Bridgeport Sound Tigers this morning, but Brent Thompson said Zolnierczyk skated on his own — still got a ways to go — and Gallant was

Killed, revived, killed: Hershey postgame

The penalty kill had come around the past five games. Less so today, giving up two on a boarding major (5-foot-11, 186-pound Sebastian Collberg) and one on a five-on-three. Ballgame. Sort of.

Not today: Hershey pregame

Pretty sure Brett Gallant and the Sound Tigers were hoping he’d be ready for this one. After that fight with Michael Sdao last night, he won’t play today. What can you do? Well, you can put Dyson

Sadly rare Binghamton liveblog

Bridgeport pays its lone visit to Binghamton tonight. After they were division rivals and, for one brief, shining moment, playoff rivals, they have met just once in each city for six years in a row

Syracuse liveblog, mathematically alive edition

It’s ’80s Night in Syracuse, so maybe they throw together a 7-6 game or something like that. We’ll be following Lindsay Kramer Paul among others. We’ll be listening to Dan D’Uva (audio /

Paliotta signs with the Blackhawks

Westport’s Mike Paliotta agreed to terms on his ELC with the Blackhawks, Chicago announced this afternoon. Paliotta was their third-round pick in 2011 and just finished four years at Vermont.

New guy in net: Thursday notes

Aside from the new goalie — C.J. Motte will get a start this weekend, Brent Thompson said, but he wasn’t committed to when — status quo for Bridgeport this morning. Brett Gallant’s status appears to

Waiting on Harry: Wednesday notes

After a workout yesterday, the Sound Tigers got back on the ice Wednesday without Harry Zolnierczyk. Brent Thompson doesn’t expect him to play this three-in-three weekend. Brett Gallant practiced with

Forgetting the past: Binghamton postgame

For the sake of all that’s holy: Forgot to ask Mouillierat why he left warmup early. Other things had happened in between, like this (in the Idaho version, I think that’s Chris Bruton who follows him

Mouillierat goes high wrap (updated)

Guess Kael Mouillierat was fine, early warmup departure or no. The AHL tweeted a .gif of his opening the scoring tonight with the ol’ High Wrap, picking the puck up on his stick blade, lacrosse-style