Sound Tigers Silenced By Springfield – Video Highlights

BRIDGEPORT, CT – The Bridgeport Sound Tigers dropped their second straight game Sunday, losing to the Springfield Falcons by a final score of 3-1. Johan Sundstrom scored his first goal in nearly a calendar year, but it came far too late for the Sound Tigers, who were behind 3-0 late into the third period, to mount a comeback. Darryl Boyce, Michael Chaput, and Tim Erixon all notched goals for the Falcons. Kenny Reiter made 22 saves but is still in search of his first AHL win.

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Sundstrom’s 3rd period goal helped avoid what would have been the first time in team history that the club would have been shutout in two consecutive home games. The Sound Tigers were last held scoreless in back-to-back games on December 17th and 18th, 2011 at Hershey and Providence respectively.

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Sound Tigers Lose ‘Power’ – Fall To Monarchs 3-0

BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (Oct. 12, 2013)- Following a penalty-filled contest, the Bridgeport Sound Tigers lost to the Manchester Monarchs 3-0 on Saturday. Jeff Schultz, Tanner Pearson and Tyler Toffoli all scored third-period goals as the Monarchs won their third game of the season. The Sound Tigers, who fall to 1-2-0-0, got 21 saves from Anders Nilsson.

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Bridgeport failed to score on 11 power-play opportunities, as their man advantage fell to 2-23 after three games this season. Anders Nilsson was Bridgeport’s bright spot, but Monarchs goaltender Martin Jones stopped 38 Sound Tigers shots to earn his 11th career AHL shutout, all with Manchester.

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The Sound Tigers wrap up their weekend with a 3pm matinee on Sunday vs. Springfield at the Webster Bank Arena. Tickets available at the box office, or you can watch/listen at ahllive.com

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Opening Weekend In The Books – Sound Tigers Capture First Win of 2013-14 Season (Highlights)

Bridgeport, CT - The Bridgeport Sound Tigers needed a shootout, but defeated the Norfolk Admirals 4-3 Sunday at Webster Bank Arena. Five of the six goals came in the second period, with Riley Wetmore, Andrey Pedan and Joey Diamond notching markers. Anders Nilsson made 32 of 35 saves to earn his first win of the season.

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Meanwhile the Sound Tigers dropped their season opener on Saturday at the Webster Bank Arena, as Chris Conner and Harry Zolnierczyk scored goals 11 seconds apart in the 3rd period to lift the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins to a 5-2 win. Conner, who also scored the game-tying goal with 2.1 seconds left in the 2nd, finished with two goals, as well as Zolnierczyk. Anders Lee and Kirill Kabanov scored goals in the 2nd for Bridgeport, while Andrey Pedan finished with two assists.

Sound Tigers fans might not be as excited to see these highlights, but they’re below anyway:

Thus concludes the first weekend of season 13 for the Sound Tigers, and my eighth as broadcaster. It’s early, but while this is a very young team (zero AHL veterans), this might be the most talented group of prospects that I’ve seen here. It’s also early, but this might also be the fastest team that I’ve seen here as well. Should be a fun season!

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MSG Feature on Brock Nelson

It’s been a while since I’ve posted here, either for hockey or broadcast related reasons. Unfortunately it’s been very busy as of late with Sound Tigers games, my regular 9-6 job, occasional arena highlights work for the NHL, weekly AHL Live updates and the Women’s Big East Basketball Tournament, which I worked on at the start of March.

Among all of those various assignments, I had an opportunity to help assemble a feature on Sound Tigers rookie forward Brock Nelson, which aired during pre-game and intermission of a NY Islanders game earlier this month. This is my second season assisting with these, but the first one that has been available online, so you’re invited to watch below. Hopefully I’ll be able to get back into the swing of posting here, as I will probably stick with broadcasting related posts in the short term–mainly because of time constraints–but if there are special requests to have me post about the Bridgeport Sound Tigers and the AHL, I will consider boosting that content here as well!

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