Monthly Archive for April, 2018

: April, 2018

New faces: Monday notes

With four goals in the last 20:14, Winnipeg’s affiliate got its first playoff win since 2014: Manitoba knocked out the defending champs 5-1 tonight, moving on to face Rockford. Grand Rapids had won a

Phantom power: Saturday notes

Providence roared back from a three-goal deficit, was dominating overtime… and naturally lost late in the first OT period on a Max Lamarche goal against Zane McIntyre. (Jordan Binnington started,

Just missing Atlantic: Friday notes

Got our first division final set, and it’ll be Texas against Tucson in the Pacific Division final, starting Wednesday. (So the Pacific final pits a team from the Mountain time zone against a team from

Day-to-day (Day 4,383): Wednesday notes

It just kept going, but at 57:22 of overtime, Rockford ended the eighth-longest game in AHL history with a Victor Ejdsell power-play goal, finishing a sweep of the Chicago Wolves in Rosemont. Jeremy

Beastly: Wednesday notes

Syracuse isn’t the farm club of the Devils, but it posted the number of the beast in the first round: Three straight six-goal games, and the Crunch swept Rochester. Three assists for Carter Verhaeghe

Tuesday notes/Railers Exit Interviews

Texas and Ontario obviously don’t enjoy scoring goals. At this writing, Game 4 is scoreless after two periods, so that’s one goal in the past 94:06. If Texas wins a period tonight, it’ll move on.

Upon review: Railers postgame/Monday notes

He was in Bridgeport to suffer through elimination with Bridgeport, and now… “It sucks to lose twice,” Kellen Jones said after the Worcester Railers’ season ended tonight at the DCU Center; an

Rail-thin margin: Saturday notes

Worcester fell behind by three tonight early in the second period, and facing elimination, that might well have been it. But like their immediate parent club, no seemingly stupid lead is safe against

Check: Friday notes

The playoffs have begun in the East, and Charlotte has the early edge on the Penguins. The Checkers came back from two goals down in the third period and took Game 1 on Lucas Wallmark’s overtime goal.

Everybody out: Tuesday notes/quotes, Thursday

Bridgeport used 39 players this year, and all 39 are in those lists below. For the first time, the Sound Tigers did not sign a single player to a pro tryout during the year. Part was a clear desire