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Weekend notebook: Bears, Amerks renew 65-year-old rivalry

The American Hockey League’s oldest rivalry resumes tonight with both teams also owning some very recent success. In the AHLTV Free Game of the Week (7 ET/4 PT), the Hershey Bears and Rochester Americans meet for the 461st time in a rivalry that dates more than 65 years. The AHL’s...
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Wolf Pack clicking in season’s early going

Hartford Wolf Pack forward P.C. Labrie has lived what it takes for an American Hockey League roster to grow early in the season, become a second-half force, and then make a Calder Cup run. Want proof? Labrie’s name engraved on the Calder Cup. That the veteran forward believes that the...
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Game #12: Tucson at Iowa

Regular Season Game #12 – Tucson Roadrunners at Iowa Wild. 12:00 p.m. MST, Wells Fargo Arena, Des Moines, Iowa. Referees: Mike Sullivan (89), Beau Halkidis (48) Linesmen: Nicholas Bradshaw (53), Sam Shikowsky (33) The Tucson Roadrunners will wrap up their weekend with the Wild in Iowa Sunday afternoon, taking on...
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Alexis Lafreniere Might Benefit From a Trip to the AHL

Yeah, Alexis Lafreniere hasn't been good this year. But how is he going to improve playing limited minutes?. In a game where the New York Rangers needed an offensive spark against the Toronto Maple Leafs (both teams had 23 points heading into Thursday), Lafreniere only played just 13:25 and registered zero shots on net. It was the sixth time over the past nine games that Lafreniere has failed to put up a shot in what has been a challenging stretch for the top pick from the 2020 draft.
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Around the Farm: Morgan Barron with another goal

Morgan Barron scored again for the Hartford Wolf Pack, his 6th goal of the season and 9th point in 11 games. He and Zac Jones are the bigger name prospects that are starting to separate themselves in terms of production and on-ice development. It is only a matter of time before one or both are recalled.
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drive4five.blog

Bridgeport Islanders Start November With Mixed Results

After a mediocre start to the season, the Bridgeport Islanders started November off with a few games in New England, visiting the Hartford Wolf Pack before hosting the Springfield Thunderbirds and the Wolf Pack. They then traveled North to take on the Syracuse Crunch, Laval Rocket, and Belleville Senators and closed it out by visiting Hartford, the same place they began this stretch of games. Let’s take a look at how the Islanders have performed so far this month.
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PROVIDENCE BRUINS BACK IN WIN COLUMN WITH 2-1 OVERTIME WIN OVER HARTFORD WOLF PACK

PROVIDENCE, RI - Oskar Steen scored the game-winning goal in overtime and Troy Grosenick made 23 saves in his return to the crease as the Providence Bruins defeated the Hartford Wolf Pack in overtime, 2-1, on Friday night. Providence outshot Hartford, 32-24, and went five-for-five on the penalty kill in the win. Providence has faced Hartford three times this season, with each game going to overtime.
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Five-goal third sends Wolf Pack past Hershey, 7-3

HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack gave up three unanswered goals in the second period to fall behind the visiting Hershey Bears 3-2, but stormed back with five unanswered of their own in the third period to take a 7-3 decision at the XL Center on Saturday night. Ty...
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Is Robin Salo the Next Man Up? A look at the Islanders Options to Replace Pulock

It seemed all but fitting that the New York Islanders lost one of their top defensemen at the end of a 13-game road trip that ended on a sour four-game losing streak. Now without Ryan Pulock for at least the next month the Islanders will have to find a way to survive a tough upcoming portion of their schedule.
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Norwalk Hour

Hartford rallies past Bridgeport

HARTFORD — The Bridgeport Islanders scored three times in the first period including two from Blade Jenkins, but fell 4-3 to the Hartford Wolf Pack at the XL Center on Wednesday. Jenkins’ goals came just 2:44 apart and Otto Koivula added his third tally of the season on Bridgeport’s (5-7-1-2)...
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