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  • Hall's Daigneault Setting Records As A Sophomore

    Hall's Daigneault Setting Records As A Sophomore
    GABRIELLE DAIGNEAULT, HALL-WEST HARTFORD CLASS: Sophomore COACH: John McClure ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Set two Class LL records in winning the 500 freestyle (4:57.71) and 200 individual medley (2:04.48) at the state championship meet on Nov. 17. The victory in...
  • Admirals fall to Checkers in overtime

    Marc-Andre Gragnani scored on a power play 36 seconds into overtime, giving the Charlotte Checkers a 3-2 win Wednesday over the Norfolk Admirals before 2,738 at Scope. The Admirals (25-26-4-1) got goals from Devante Smith-Pelly and Patrick Maroon....
  • Whale Preseason Schedule Announced

      The NHL may be locked in a labor dispute, but we know we'll see hockey in Hartford this winter. The Whale's preseason schedule was announced Thursday and the first game is Oct. 3, when Connecticut hosts the Albany Devils in Cromwell. Here's the...
  • Rangers Assign Eight Players To Whale

    The NHL lockout is looming, so teams are getting their AHL rosters set. On Friday, the Rangers assigned eight players to the Whale: Kris Newbury, Chad Kolarik, Tommy Grant, Brandon Segal, Michael Haley, Mike Vernace, Logan Pyatt and Sean Collins. Players...
  • Whale Training Camp Begins

    The Whale began training camp Sunday at the expansive MSG Training Center in Tarrytown, N.Y. With the NHL locked out, the facility will be home to the AHL Whale for a week. But head coach Ken Gernander pointed out last week that this isn't a huge...
  • Chad Kolarik Returns To Whale

    Chad Kolarik Returns To Whale
    After 18 months, Chad Kolarik was nervous and anxious before stepping on the ice. And it took some time before he found his groove. When he rifled a shot off the crossbar in the second period of the Whale’s first preseason game Wednesday night,...
  • Kreider Shines In Whale Victory

    HARTFORD — Six months ago, Chris Kreider jumped into the deep end of the hockey pool. After winning an NCAA title for Boston College, Kreider signed with New York Rangers and joined the team for a playoff run. He scored five goals in 18 games and...
  • Whale Roster Set

    The puck drops Friday night for the start of the Connecticut Whale season and the team's roster is set. There are some injuries that will keep players sidelined for the opener. Cam Talbot, the starting goaltender, is out with a foot injury. Dylan...
  • Kyle Jean's Impact

    Kyle Jean's Impact
    Undrafted out of Lake Superior State, Kyle Jean managed to earn a professional contract from an audition at the Rangers' development camp over the summer. And in the span of just four AHL games, Jean has emerged as a legitimate prospect. He has size (6-...
  • 6/28/2012-Hockey Dreams Die Hard

    6/28/2012-Hockey Dreams Die Hard
    Hockey is a family sport to me. I've had a lot of fun at hockey games with my family at various venues from watching amateurs at a local skating rink in Bolton to the Bruins at the Boston TD Garden. I was a regular at the Civic Center when Ronnie...
  • Is There A Future For Hockey In Hartford?

    Is There A Future For Hockey In Hartford?
    We come to praise Howard Baldwin, not to bury him. Mr. Baldwin, who energized Hartford three decades ago by bringing the Hartford Whalers of the World Hockey Association to town and then ushering the team into the National Hockey League, came back to...