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A very strong start for the Bridgeport Sound Tigers as they beat the Providence Bruins 4 - 2 for the BST home opener.
Kevin Poulin in net again for Bridgeport and Nino Niederreiter gets his second AHL goal in his second AHL game. I don't believe Nino really suffered in the NHL last season. Perhaps he has learned what he really needs to do in order to win. The NHL taught him humility, that he...
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Cristoval "Boo" Nieves (MGoBlue.com)
Friday night hockey for the New York Ranger and New York Islander prospects wasn't a bad one as the NCAA prospects joined their Junior peers in regular season play. For one young freshman, it was an opportunity to recover from a rocky first night and play well.
First Star - Cristoval "Boo" Nieves Michigan
Mitchell Theoret (OHL Images)
When you cover the prospects of the New York Islanders and the New York Rangers; there are times when you want to cheer those prospects who are given an opportunity and make the most of it. Mitchell Theoret (NYI 2011 7th) of the Niagara IceDogs is one of those prospects as he is a coach's player.
A coach's player is a player who gets asked...
The Bridgeport Sound Tigers will face off against the CT Whale tonight and the Islanders will be web streaming the game live for their fans from their website. Here is the information from their website:
The New York Islanders will broadcast a live stream of the Bridgeport Sound Tigers first two regular season games on the video player on the Isles site. Fans need to click on...
By Brian Ring
Hartford, CT, October 12, 2012 - The Connecticut Whale were defeated by the Bridgeport Sound Tigers, 6-4, Friday night at the XL Center in their 2012-13 season opener.
The Sound Tigers scored five times in the second period and once in the third to defeat the Whale in their first meeting since the first-round of the 2011-12 Calder Cup Playoffs, which the Whale swept...
The Flyers would have played the New York Islanders in Uniondale tonight amidst a heavy slate of NHL games. Alas, the lockout has ruined the first weekend of the regular season as the casualty games begin to mount.
However, that does not mean there is not plenty of hockey to choose from today. This weekend is absolutely jam-packed with North American minor league, Canadian junior...