Soundin' Off -- the lifeboat

Friday, March 02, 2007

Early stuff

After the drive to Nilssontown:

Here's all the Clear Day lists. Bridgeport's is as it sounded yesterday:

Goalies -- Wade Dubielewicz, Billy Thompson

Defensemen (8)-- Rick Berry, Chris Campoli, Drew Fata, Jamie Fraser, Bruno Gervais, Tomas Malec, Allan Rourke, Mark Wotton

Forwards (12) -- Eric Boguniecki, Jeremy Colliton, Blake Comeau, Jamie Johnson, Ken Magowan, Masi Marjamaki, Frans Nielsen, Petteri Nokelainen, Brandon Nolan, Jason Pitton, Steve Regier, Jeff Tambellini

In residence -- Gregg Johnson, F; Nick Martens, D; Dustin VanBallegooie, D; Stephen Wood, D... and Matt Reid, F, who is apparently up from South Carolina.

And for historical recapitude, here's last year's post that had all previous BST lists.

It appears they sneaked through AHL deals for the Johnsons and Magowan.


Some random stuff that came up while researching an (unused, obviously) option for a Clear Day story:

--The next point for Steve Regier, who is 37-56-93 as a Sound Tiger, will move him ahead of Eric Manlow (27-67-94) into fifth on the all-time BST list. They trail only Rob Collins (163), Jeff Hamilton (155), Trent Hunter (136) and Justin Mapletoft (130).

--Robert Nilsson in 79 games was 20-53-73, good for ninth place, two points behind Jeremy Colliton (31-44-75), three behind Sean Bergenheim (40-36-76); both had played more games. In fact, of the top-20 all-time BST scorers, only Jason Krog had played fewer games (64).

--Among players with 35 or more points (that's 37 players; the last is Blake Comeau):--Nilsson was 10th in assists as a percetage of points (72.6), which made him the third forward out of 28 (Marko Tuomainen 75.6, Masi Marjamaki 73.1). He was fourth in points per game (.924), behind just Jeff Tambellini (1.07), Krog (.969) and Eric Boguniecki (.950). That obviously makes him tops among those who appeared in two or more (regular) seasons, ahead of Manlow (.922), Hunter (.907) and Hamilton (.896).


  • hey mike, thanks for the roster update. Has anyone said anything about Nilsson's quote? Be safe

    By Anonymous stan, at 6:11 PM  

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