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10-12-2012, 08:03 PM
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watching de Haan handle the puck is a real treat...
He's flying out there.

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OMG Beautiful play by Nelson and great finish by Persson for the goal.

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Just logged on, intermission? What is the score?

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Great period by the Tigers.

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10-12-2012, 08:11 PM
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For us unfortunate ones, can people be detailed on their recaps of the period? This is killing me.

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10-12-2012, 08:12 PM
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2. BRI Cizikas, (1) (Hamonic, Niederreiter), 3:23 (PP)
2. BRI Niederreiter, (1) (Kabanov), 5:13
2. BRI Cizikas, (2) (McDonald, Niederreiter), 6:26
2. BRI Nelson, (1) (Kabanov, Ness), 8:39
2. BRI Persson, (1) (Nelson, Hamonic), 18:55 (PP)

5-2 Tigers after 2

Outshooting Raggies 38-22
SHOTS 1 2 Total
Bridgeport Sound Tigers 19 19 38
Connecticut Whale 15 7 22

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10-12-2012, 08:15 PM
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CT's defense is abysmal

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10-12-2012, 08:16 PM
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CT's defense is abysmal
Gilroy is part of it...

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10-12-2012, 08:17 PM
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BSGDT
Bridgeport SoundTigers GDT
or
BS GDT Yes, that type of BS aka "malarky"



Stream:
http://islanders.nhl.com/club/page.htm?id=83808

A work in progress:
Roster: http://www.soundtigers.com/SportSele...4&SPSID=363051

Here's a twitter feed:
https://twitter.com/thesoundtigers


Names I've heard on the stream so far:
Czikas (spelling?)
Hamonic
Brock Nelson
Nino
Kabanov
Andy Mac
Haley (For the Baby Rags)
DeHaan
Donovan
Whishart
Poulin

Goal for the Whale: 1-0 Whale
Newbery on the PP

Goal for the Whale: 2-0 Whale
Some dude named Jean on a penalty shot.

different mcdonald

i also love how awful krieder looks

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10-12-2012, 08:18 PM
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Gilroy is part of it...
...and Redden isn't

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10-12-2012, 08:26 PM
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Ohhhhh, and now DeFazio joins in the fun!

Assists from Hamonic and McDonald.

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10-12-2012, 08:26 PM
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Tip in by Defazio off of Hamonic's shot!!!

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10-12-2012, 08:30 PM
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PW, for you:

- BP looked outright dominant that period, like the 1982 NYI (okay, exaggeration and a bit out of context)

- Kabanov: skating well, working hard, making plays. Looks confident out there and is a threat every shift. Really impressive.

- Cizikas: playing extremely well. Looks like he's already outgrown the AHL. Doesn't have "out-of-your-seat" skills, but just looks so solid out there.

- Nino, having a great game on the scoresheet, seems to be confident out there. Doesn't stand out as much as the pure stats, but he looks much smarter out there, more confident.

- Brock Nelson: looking better every shift out there. Skating well, working hard, he's big and skates fairly well, has some solid offensive instincts, he doesn't look like a rookie.

- Sundstrom is smooth, smart, very skilled player who works hard. Sundstrom-Ullstrom-Persson are also dangerous out there, incredibly effective down low (like the Sedins, again, different scale)

- deHaan is the most impressive defenseman out there. Seems like when the puck is on his stick, everyone calms down. Reminds me of Scott Niedermayer, not the big scorer or booming slap shot, but makes the smart play, can skate the puck out of trouble with ease, has added some muscle and a small physical side over the years, he'll be an NHLer sooner than later.

- BP is dominating shifts out there and it's the young ones that are leading the way. All the kids have played really well, better than I expected. Even mixing the lines, the players are just flying.

- Kabanov has really shocked me. He looks better than he did in the memorial cup.

- Now, back to reality for a second......it's been 2/3rds of one game in the AHL. But still, better to be excited too soon than disappointed and falling into the "it's early" that has plagued this franchise (NYI), well, for the past few decades anyway.

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10-12-2012, 08:31 PM
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Cizikas playing tight defense on Kreider on the 5-3, Wishart not looking like his pylon self

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10-12-2012, 08:33 PM
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Kabanov has a good motor. If he flames out it won't be because he doesn't put in a good effort.

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umm seriously?

i didnt know ahl refs were this bad

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Vernace snipers one top shelf as the penalty expires, Hamonic gets a penalty, back to the 5-3.

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10-12-2012, 08:35 PM
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Newbury scores 6-4, Donovan **** the bed

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10-12-2012, 08:35 PM
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Welp, stupid penalties have allowed the Whale to score two less than attractive PP goals to get right back in this.

Also typical of youth.

Can they now tighten the ropes?

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10-12-2012, 08:36 PM
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- Now, back to reality for a second......it's been 2/3rds of one game in the AHL. But still, better to be excited too soon than disappointed and falling into the "it's early" that has plagued this franchise (NYI), well, for the past few decades anyway.
and...what I meant by the above....was, it's way early.

6-4 now. BP looking flat, but filled with penalty trouble.

another penalty, this time on Nino. Bad penalty, but nice to see a #22 getting some offense going with that jersey on.


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10-12-2012, 08:47 PM
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PW, for you:

- BP looked outright dominant that period, like the 1982 NYI (okay, exaggeration and a bit out of context)

- Kabanov: skating well, working hard, making plays. Looks confident out there and is a threat every shift. Really impressive.

- Cizikas: playing extremely well. Looks like he's already outgrown the AHL. Doesn't have "out-of-your-seat" skills, but just looks so solid out there.

- Nino, having a great game on the scoresheet, seems to be confident out there. Doesn't stand out as much as the pure stats, but he looks much smarter out there, more confident.

- Brock Nelson: looking better every shift out there. Skating well, working hard, he's big and skates fairly well, has some solid offensive instincts, he doesn't look like a rookie.

- Sundstrom is smooth, smart, very skilled player who works hard. Sundstrom-Ullstrom-Persson are also dangerous out there, incredibly effective down low (like the Sedins, again, different scale)

- deHaan is the most impressive defenseman out there. Seems like when the puck is on his stick, everyone calms down. Reminds me of Scott Niedermayer, not the big scorer or booming slap shot, but makes the smart play, can skate the puck out of trouble with ease, has added some muscle and a small physical side over the years, he'll be an NHLer sooner than later.

- BP is dominating shifts out there and it's the young ones that are leading the way. All the kids have played really well, better than I expected. Even mixing the lines, the players are just flying.

- Kabanov has really shocked me. He looks better than he did in the memorial cup.

- Now, back to reality for a second......it's been 2/3rds of one game in the AHL. But still, better to be excited too soon than disappointed and falling into the "it's early" that has plagued this franchise (NYI), well, for the past few decades anyway.
You're the man redbull!

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10-12-2012, 08:47 PM
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The Watkins-Riley-Gallant line just really worked so well there in getting the Whale to take a penalty.

Nice to see a line like that can have such puck control and grind.

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10-12-2012, 08:52 PM
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So, de Haan just shot the puck over the glass because he didn't keep it simple. Prolly the most unnecessary delay of game I've ever seen.

Absolutely useless taking that penalty so unforced at this point.

Selfish, very selfish...

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So, de Haan just shot the puck over the glass because he didn't keep it simple. Prolly the most unnecessary delay of game I've ever seen.

Absolutely useless taking that penalty so unforced at this point.

Selfish, very selfish...
Selfish? He tried to bang it off the glass and out (i.e. the simple play).

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10-12-2012, 08:58 PM
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6-4. Will take it!

Don't like how the young club unravelled over the last 15 minutes.

That wasn't necessary and showed some cracks.

Gotta think Poulin can and must clamp down a bit there.

Otherwise, I saw what RedBull described above.

Already looking forward to tomorrow's game. Will another body or two be in the line-up? I can see maybe Halmo being flipped in for Gallant.

Also, thought Landry looked pretty good.

Now, is the ND game being streamed?


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