The (other) (other) ‘S’ word: Wednesday notes

A few of the players were singing “Let It Go” today for a video to promote “Frozen Night,” Feb. 25. With last night’s win, though, the only way the Sound Tigers can carry a seven-game winning streak into Frozen Night is if one of their next seven games is postponed.

So if you want to build a snowman, you should probably do it tomorrow.

(Unless you don’t mind it being an eight-game streak in the other direction, in which case all’s well.)

A day for power skating work, about a dozen mostly younger guys out there, joined by a handful more later for some skills work. All is reportedly status quo for the moment, though from the way Brent Thompson talked about him, Pat Cullity is more week-to-week than day-to-day.

Neglected last night in the career-overtime stuff: Bracken Kearns now has four points this season in OT, and no one has more. Rob Collins had two goals and two assists in the lockout year, and Sean Bentivoglio had a goal and three assists in 2009-10. Kearns’ are all assists this season.

Pink in the Rink night on Saturday. Writing more for the paper tomorrow, but the team showed off on Facebook some of the baskets it’s auctioning.

The ECHL’s Evansville, Ind., team is moving to Jacksonville, Fla.

Golf: Patrick Cantlay, who shot a 60 six years ago at the Travelers Championship in Cromwell, is coming back to the PGA Tour. It’s been some kind of horrible for him lately.

And never throw your beer on the ice. Someone will take it.

Michael Fornabaio