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12-19-2012, 06:08 PM
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Bridgeport vs Albany Devils tonight at Webster Bank Arena... Poulin in net. Nelson is still out. Hopefully the boys can get a win tonight.

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12-19-2012, 06:17 PM
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Cizikas makes it 1-0

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Bridgeport takes the lead on a Cizikas goal:

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Albany turns over at Bridgeport blue line, Cizikas scores on a wrister from the high slot on the rush at 7:10, 1-0 #BST

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12-19-2012, 06:25 PM
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What the hell happened to Nelson ? I heard a puck in the face. Sounds more like a Hamonic puck in the face type of injury instead of just losing a couple of chicklets.

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12-19-2012, 06:34 PM
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What the hell happened to Nelson ? I heard a puck in the face. Sounds more like a Hamonic puck in the face type of injury instead of just losing a couple of chicklets.
He said he wasn't feeling well.

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12-19-2012, 07:04 PM
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Donovan ties it up at 2 in the second on a power play goal.

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12-19-2012, 07:28 PM
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whens Kabanov back?

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12-19-2012, 07:31 PM
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whens Kabanov back?
And Hamonic? Concussion?

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12-19-2012, 07:45 PM
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3-3 after 2 periods. Cizikas has 2 goals. Donovan has the other.

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12-19-2012, 08:15 PM
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Donovan adds another 4-3 Tigers

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12-19-2012, 08:24 PM
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whens Kabanov back?
I had messaged Fornabaio, the guy who covers BST for the CT Post, about Kabby last week he said there has been no updates yet. I'm sure if there was any it would have come out.

As for Hamonic, no clue.

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12-19-2012, 10:38 PM
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I had heard end of January. Met him in the lobby of the Webster Bank arena at the game tonight, he was wearing a hard cast on his wrist. When I mentioned to him I heard he was out till late January, he didn't deny it (but I don't remember him confirming it either).

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12-20-2012, 09:05 AM
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Nice to see Cizikas pick up the scoring - 4G-1A-5pts in last 5 games.

I think Kabanov will really help this team once he's back. I really liked the way he was playing early in the year.

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Nice to see Cizikas pick up the scoring - 4G-1A-5pts in last 5 games.

I think Kabanov will really help this team once he's back. I really liked the way he was playing early in the year.
Getting him Hamonic and Nelson all back on the ice asap would be a big boost for the club.

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12-21-2012, 11:16 AM
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I believe that Nino doesn't get the love he deserves.

Ok he had a tough year last year.

But now he is leading his team in points, goals and assists ... he is 7th on the scorer list on an AHL level.

So even, if he isn't paying that well ... and doesn't impress ... and + and + and.
Somewhere, he must be doing something right to be 7th in an AHL full of NHL'ers after 27 games.

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12-21-2012, 11:38 AM
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I believe that Nino doesn't get the love he deserves.

Ok he had a tough year last year.

But now he is leading his team in points, goals and assists ... he is 7th on the scorer list on an AHL level.

So even, if he isn't paying that well ... and doesn't impress ... and + and + and.
Somewhere, he must be doing something right to be 7th in an AHL full of NHL'ers after 27 games.
The problem was that nino was not put in the right situation last year. Even if he was not ready for the NHL last year if he was playing on the PP and in the top 6 he would have scored more....

Last year he was 19 and a 4A player(Too good for CHL not ready for NHL) . He is playing where he should be right now geting real TOI with skilled players.

I still see him as a 30 goal scorer one day in the NHL and if he imroves his skating e could even be more...

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12-21-2012, 11:45 AM
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I believe that Nino doesn't get the love he deserves.

Ok he had a tough year last year.

But now he is leading his team in points, goals and assists ... he is 7th on the scorer list on an AHL level.

So even, if he isn't paying that well ... and doesn't impress ... and + and + and.
Somewhere, he must be doing something right to be 7th in an AHL full of NHL'ers after 27 games.
He's played very well IMO. He's getting back on track.

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12-21-2012, 11:50 AM
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Kids in European leagues get 4th line minutes and come over to have NHL Careers. He'll be fine, everyone overreacted because he's a top five draft pick and more importantly an Islander.

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12-21-2012, 11:58 AM
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He's played very well IMO. He's getting back on track.
It's good to see Nino back on track in his development. I thought he would because he always struck me as a confident/proud kid and you have to think that last year humbled him huge. He could have turtled, but he didn't and expressed his desire to do exactly what he is doing before the season. I hope he never forgets what happened last year and that chip on his shoulder will remain there for the rest of his career.

He still has much to work on, but I really want him to get the chance to play with a premium playmaking center in the future as that will be the determining factor as to whether he is a legit top-6 in the NHL or a tweener that will be best on the 3rd line. I'm not sure if he'll ever get a chance with Johnny in the near future, but I think pairing him up with Strome (possibly at the AHL level first) may yield some really good results. Nino is a physical weapon out there and would be best utilized by someone who has the vision and IQ to get him the puck in good situations. I remember thinking that Strome and Nino looked pretty good together in the rookie camps.

In any case, good for you Nino.

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12-21-2012, 01:21 PM
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Classy move by the Tigers to wear the names of the victims of the Sandy Hook tragedy on the back of their jerseys tomorrow as well as having special black jersey made for the occasion.

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I believe that Nino doesn't get the love he deserves.

Ok he had a tough year last year.

But now he is leading his team in points, goals and assists ... he is 7th on the scorer list on an AHL level.

So even, if he isn't paying that well ... and doesn't impress ... and + and + and.
Somewhere, he must be doing something right to be 7th in an AHL full of NHL'ers after 27 games.
he's been very good this year..top 5 picks really get put under the microscope...sometimes fairly and sometimes its a bit much

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Classy move by the Tigers to wear the names of the victims of the Sandy Hook tragedy on the back of their jerseys tomorrow as well as having special black jersey made for the occasion.
Did anyone else see this poem? I really thought it was quite remarkable and was the first time since this tragedy it gave me a chance to smile and feel a little peace. I know many are probably not religious so it won't matter but check it out:

http://www.wittyprofiles.com/q/6511913

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12-22-2012, 06:35 PM
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Aaron Ness scores the first goal in tonights game. Unfortunately, he scored in his own net. 1-0 Phantoms (Couturier gets the goal)

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Classy move by the Tigers to wear the names of the victims of the Sandy Hook tragedy on the back of their jerseys tomorrow as well as having special black jersey made for the occasion.


Photo from the locker room pregame with all the names on the jerseys.

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Ran into a hot goalie tonight. Bridgeport was the better team for most of the night. A couple of typical brain farts from the defense as usual.. Ness shooting and scoring on his own net, and Landry doing his best NHL '94 move in front of the net not playing the man or the puck and swiveling around like a turnstile wile Couturier fed Wellwood for an easy goal from behind the net.

Sound Tigers had their chances and almost tied this thing up late, but Munroe was real hot tonight.

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