Hershey leads best of seven 3-0.
2. HER Gordon, (1) (Perreault, Bourque), 5:19
2. HER Gordon, (2) (Aucoin, Giroux), 5:44
2. HER Giroux, (4) (Aucoin, Wellar), 10:34
2. HER Gordon, (3) (Aucoin, Giroux), 11:52 (PP)
2. HER Pinizzotto, (1) (Perreault), 12:46
2. HER Giroux, (5) (Bourque, Perreault), 18:12 (PP)
3. BRI Mauldin, (1) (Kohn, Joensuu), 9:11
3. HER Wilson, (1) (Alzner, Bouchard), 17:06 (PP)
3. BRI Reich, (1) (Flood, Joensuu), 17:56
Sound Tigers broadcasters/web casters are Phil Giubileo & Carmine Vetrano for those wondering. Mark Davies made his debut, Robin Figren scratched, Mikko Koskinen on the bench with Nate Lawson out.
Ct Post: Michael Fornabaio's blog entry has the early report setting up tonight's must-win game three for Bridgeport who trail the Bears 2-0 in their playoff series.
Media sidebar on left side of page has links to all blogs/coverage/twitter from both teams and Islander media updates.
Right side media sidebar has twitter from professional print writers for NHL teams covering playoffs.
Game two highlights have added from Sound Tigers television.
Two games, two third period leads, two losses. Feels like best chance to upset what many feel are the best team in league history, the defending championships have gone by the board unless the Sound Tiges beat them back to back this weekend. Having written this Bridgeport has led for most of this mismatch of a series and played the Bears even for the most part if not having better of play.
Given how head coach Jack Capuano has rotated goaltenders all season, expect this to be Scott Munroe's game regardless of Nate Lawson's leg cramping that forced him to leave game two, visit the hospital but is reportedly home resting.
I will have twitter updates Saturday night during the game, twitter is all over NYIFC but the white box you have seen here all season is at NYIFC2 which is not carrying all the recent blog entries or news articles but only twitter updates for those comfortable with that format as a way to follow or interact.
After Friday night, folks now know where they can follow prospects playoffs and link to their box-scores if they wish to follow beyond their profile links on NYIFC Prospect blog.
New York Islander Fan Central Twitter Page