Former BU goaltender John Curry, now of the Orlando Solar Bears, has been fined by the ECHL for spraying a few hecklers with a water bottle. Puck Daddy has the story.
After negotiating until 10:15 p.m. last night, the NHL and NHLPA will return to the bargaining table at 1 o’clock this afternoon. TSN has the latest.
It turns out Rick DiPietro (Winthrop, Mass.) isn’t injured after all – or so he says. New York Hockey Journal’s Christian Arnold has the latest on the oft-injured netminder’s alleged groin woes.
The U.S. Under-18 Team beat Finland last night in the Four Nations Tournament. Tyler Kelleher (Longmeadow, Mass.) opened the scoring to get Team USA off on the right foot.
The Sound Tigers had a rare 11 a.m. tilt against the visiting Norfolk Admirals today. At the time of this writing, Bridgeport led 2-1 midway through the second period, with goals coming from Colin McDonald (New Haven, Conn.) and Johan Sundstrom.
Sabres star forward Thomas Vanek – who’s long been a Bruins killer – returned from an 11-game stint in Austria, where he played for his hometown squad, Graz. Vanek racked up 15 points overseas.
On this day 76 years ago – OK, 1936 if you’re a little shaky on math – the AHL was born. Read more about their birthday here.
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We’ve got a great story on the way from Shawn Hutcheon on coach Toby Harris’ Jersey Hitmen have bonded together and are helping the community in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
Stay tuned for Kat Hasenauer Cornetta’s latest Women’s Journal as well.
Entertainment Weekly has put together a list of15 video games they really miss. Check it out. I’m proud to say I owned six of them, none more groundbreaking than Donkey Kong Country.