He played against St Johns, so how serious could it have been? Generally speaking, when the parent teams best prospect has a serious injury, the fans would like to know.
Stone has 5 points in 3 games since his demotion and was +5 in the game against St Johns.
Mike Lee has a 1.40 GAA and a .957 SV% in 6 games for the Pirates and is undefeated. Gaudy numbers for the AHL. Easily the league's best.
so would we, XX, but that's how the Gormley injury was phrased on Facebook,
Don't read anything into the Game Sunday vs. the Ice Caps, either, remember didn't the Pirates put 7 in against Worcester in their 1st neutral site game in Lewiston.
Lee doesn't qualify as a regular either, the only reason he's here is a) CJ was hurt as he was vs. CT, or b) replacing Mike Smith there in Glendale. Wht tht tells u is more about how Gwinnett and Glendale communicate effectively.
Stone and Rundblad are Offensive D-men, that's why the D struggled to adjust, once OEL was confirmed to return to Glendale..
Odd question: Has anyone in Portland taken up the Michigan tradition of waving a Texas flag in the crowd whenever Chris Brown scores?
I loved seeing that whenever I watched his UofM highlights, thought about taking up the mantle whenever he made it Phoenix
EDIT: A clip, if you weren't familiar with the phenomenon haha
there's no need to, OOEEL, IN FACT, Mannix asked him about the tradition of the "Wall", WHERE Rookies who are collegians end their seasons right about now, while the rest of them continue to play, that's why rookies, as Miele did kind of lose production this time of year....
forget you learned anything from this afternoon's game, Pirates get throttled and even a pane of glass cannot interrupt the momentum Providence had as they rolled 7-1. Martinook, (5), the lone bright spot