Category Archives: AHL

Springfield goal with 28.8 seconds left costs Whale a win and a point

SPRINGFIELD, Mass., April 14 – This could be a point that keeps the Connecticut Whale out of the AHL playoffs. Springfield scored with 28.8 seconds left in the third period to lift the Northeast Division champion Falcons to a stunning 4-3 win over Connecticut Sunday in the regular season home finale for Springfield at theContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Whale lose in OT but giving up two short-handed goals hurts

GLEN FALLS, N.Y., April 13 – The Whale erased a two-goal deficit to take the lead only to give up a game-tying goal and a goal in overtime in a 4-3 loss to the Adriondack Phantoms on Saturday night. Connecticut (35-29-6-3) still picked up a point for being tied after regulation. The Whale is tiedContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Despite 42 saves from Talbot, Whale fall to Manchester

MANCHESTER, N.H., April 12 – There is only so much one man can do. Whale goalie Cam Talbot stopped a season-high 42 saves but it wasn’t enough as the Manchester Monarchs beat the Connecticut Whale, 3-1 on Friday night at the Verizon Wireless Arena. Connecticut (35-29-5-3) was outshot by a 45-20 margin. Just a weekContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Svedberg, Bruins spoil home finale for Whale

HARTFORD, April 7 – There was no lighting of the lamp for the home fans in the 2013 regular season finale for the Connecticut Whale. Despite 28 shots on net, the Whale couldn’t score in a 1-0 loss to the Providence Bruins Sunday afternoon at the XL Center in front of over 5,200 fans.Continue Reading

Outstanding in net, Talbot helps Whale outlast Bridgeport

BRIDGEPORT, April 6 – The Whale left goalie Cam Talbot on his own Saturday night at the Webster Bank Arena against the Bridgeport Sound Tigers. And Talbot stood tall to help Connecticut earn a key 3-2 decision. Bridgeport outshot the Whale, 40-20 and had a 14-3 advantage with shots on goal in the third period.Continue ReadingContinue Reading

Whale come alive in 2nd period for win over Springfield

HARTFORD, April 5 – It took a little while for the Connecticut Whale to get into gear during Friday night’s game at the XL Center against the Springfield Falcons. The Whale gave up 12 shots and two goals in the first period and looked lethargic despite not having played a game in nearly a week.Continue ReadingContinue Reading