Monthly Archive for January, 2017

: January, 2017

Hug your linesmen: ASG wrap

The Atlantic swept the round-robin portion by a combined 10-2, but it couldn’t score on the Central Division in the final. Matt Lorito, late of Brown, tallied on the fourth round of the shootout, and

Andrews: No BST-move talk

Edit, 5:15: As like 47 people have told me in the past 45 minutes, I guess I asked about the wrong half of the organization. Asked my annual Islanders-Bridgeport-Nassau Coliseum question this morning

Rolling to a break: Lehigh Valley postgame

“It’s easier to stay on a roll than to get on a roll,” Ben Holmstrom said after the roll extended to seven games, tied for the seventh-longest this team has ever had. Earlier in the season, he said,

Phantom pre-break: Lehigh Valley pregame

The change up front, Travis St. Denis back in for Ross Johnston, breaks up the Jones brothers: Kellen becomes an honorary Holmstrom, while Connor sticks with Tanner Fritz and St. Denis. Jon Landry is

Six in a row: Hartford postgame

Josh Ho-Sang is loving life with this line. “I’ve always had chemistry with Mike (Dal Colle). We had a lot of chemistry early in the year,” Ho-Sang said. “Today you saw more me and Winny.” He’s

Sticking with it: Hartford pregame

Still no changes to the roster, and just one to the lineup tonight, Loic Leduc back in for Jon Landry. Hartford arrives in a spot where it’s getting desperate, 15 points behind Hershey and 14 points

Mind the gaps: Thursday notes

Optional. Apparent status quo. If it feels like it has been that way for a while, maybe even longer than usual… it is. Painstaking research (cough scrolling through transaction logs over lunch and

Quietly entertaining: Providence postgame

The shot’s easy to find: Wayne Simpson at about 11:17. He’s the only Bruin with a shot on goal on the first-intermission printout. You can’t see it on the final box, but that “1” in the shots box says

Going for five: Providence pregame

Bridgeport aims for a five-game winning streak at home against Providence, which starts Malcolm Subban in its first visit down here since (the Sound Tigers’) opening night. Same forwards as Sunday for

Goalies past, present and future: Tuesday notes

Same group, same array for Bridgeport this morning. Brent Thompson has said before that he likes the guys they have, likes the depth he has at different spots, likes the way they fill their roles;