2013-14 American Hockey League Season Previews Bridgeport Sound Tigers Head Coach: Scott Pellerin Assistant Coaches: Eric Boguniecki & Doug Holewa Affiliates: New York Islanders (NHL) Stockton Thunder (ECHL) 2012-2013 Recap Record: 32-32-7-5 […]
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By now many Islanders fans have heard news of Rick DiPietro being waived, but that doesn’t mean that some aren’t questioning what the move will do for the team in […]
After suffering a 7-0 defeat at the hands of the Philadelphia Flyers life couldn’t get much worse for the New York Islanders. Or could it? Shortly after being drubbed by […]
After learning about Nino Niederreiter’s camp requesting a trade from the New York Islanders, hockey fans must be wondering where El Nino will wind up in the near future. Islanders […]
The New York Islanders will have a plethora of prospects, both offensive and defensive, to look at before an abbreviated 2012-2013 NHL season begins.
Recap Bridgeport finished the last couple weeks of 2012 strong with a 5-1 record. The team is looking to continue playing aggressive and stacking up wins against formidable opponents. Bridgeport […]
Picture this: three tall, lean, athletic Swedes in hockey jerseys. And I’m not talking about the three ladies in the picture (sorry gentlemen). I’m referring to the Swedish line on […]
Recap Bridgeport broke their eight game winless streak, and in style, I must add, with a 7-2 victory against Syracuse Crunch on December 9. Are the strong Sound Tigers team […]
Recap The Bridgeport Sound Tigers are slumping big time as they have dropped their last six games, the last win dating back to November 18. It seems so long ago…let’s […]
Recap The Sound Tigers have played six games since the last recap and went 5-1, improving their overall record to 10-4. They competed and won against the Norfolk Admirals, Manchester […]
With the lockout focusing our attention on the AHL, here’s the first installment of a biweekly report covering the Isle’s AHL affiliate, the Bridgeport Sound Tigers. The Bridgeport Report […]
Prior to September 16, 2012, NHL teams sent more than 50 young players to the AHL to continue their development while the reality of a lockout threatened to cancel […]