Goalie union reunion: Tuesday notes

There’s kind of a wild set being assembled for Pyeongchang: Former Bridgeport goalies on Olympic teams. The latest to join the crowd are short-time Sound Tiger Tobias Stephan on Switzerland and the legendary Mikko Koskinen for Finland. They join Canada’s Kevin Poulin and America’s David Leggio. It’ll be Stephan’s third Olympics, though he hasn’t appeared in a game.

Aside from the as-promised return of Mike Cornell and Jeff Kubiak (though not Eamon McAdam at the moment), status quo all around this morning for the Sound Tigers. If it ain’t broke, etc. Hard practice before a big three games in four days.

Jack Drury, Ted’s son, is 60th in Central Scouting’s midseason draft prospect rankings. He’s committed to Harvard like the old man, which, speaking of old, that’s how typing this paragraph makes me feel.

Sacred Heart’s Brett Magnus was AHA goalie of the week.

It snowed a little in Minnesota yesterday.

Good wishes, for different reasons, to Charlie McAvoy and Neil Diamond.

RIP, John Coleman and Naomi Parker Fraley.

And RIP, Andrew Carroll, former Hershey and Hartford forward, dead at just 32.

Michael Fornabaio