Monthly Archive for December, 2015

: December, 2015

New Year’s Rockin’ Three-In-Three: Thursday notes

Status quo here, lines and defense and everything. Some power-play work late in practice, and lots of talk about it afterward. Some of the shortened chances, a few games with few chances, and the

Trivia ’15-16: The Answers

The answers to Thursday’s annual trivia quiz after (hopefully) sufficient spoiler space and a clickthrough from the main page:

Fifteen years: Trivia Time

It’s the team’s 15th anniversary, as the patch on the sweater may’ve told you, so this year’s annual trivia quiz has a little more historical bent than usual. 1) Just because we’re looking back

Burroughs up, Leduc down: Wednesday notes

The other half of the Kyle Burroughs call-up? Loic Leduc was sent down to Missouri. If you had to guess, that probably would have been it: Leduc has played only six AHL games, and he hadn’t played in

Tuesday notes

Had to be elsewhere Monday, and the team was off Tuesday (which, having driven home through That Mess on Monday night, was probably a good thing). We’ll all be back at it tomorrow. From the ECHL’s

Gritty, gutty: Providence postgame

First word out of Brent Thompson’s mouth was ‘gutsy’. Not bad. Particularly late, it was plenty of Pelech-Mayfield against Alexander Khokhlachev as usual. It was also lots of Florek-Holmstrom-Halmo.

Nighthawks-Bruins?: Providence pregame

Islanders place G Halak on injured reserve, recall G Gibson from AHL New Haven— NHL Updates (@NHL_Updates) December 27, 2015 Can’t believe they didn’t take Rollie

Disciplined victory: Lehigh Valley postgame

They pulled this one out behind Christopher Gibson playing yet another excellent game and a solid-enough penalty kill until the very last (literal) second. And, well, it’s a win. Been a while. “I

If we work hard, if we behave: Lehigh Valley pregame

Back to work with a pretty similar-looking group, albeit in some different arrangements in some cases. Connor Jones, who was the closest of the injured trio last weekend, is the one who gets back in,

That’s the break, y’all: Portland (2) postgame

It’s hard to figure out where to start with this one. How about here: Bridgeport had 10 shots in the first 40 minutes, and only four had come from forwards. It finished with 12 of 23 shots coming from