It’s the “Snowpocalypse” or perhaps you prefer “Snowmageddon” out there today.
Seriously, hope everyone stays safe and keeps off the roads and away from these Southerners who have no idea how to drive in this kind of weather.
Well, I know some of you were wondering why it took so long for the South Carolina Stingrays to make a decision on whether to play or postpone Tuesday’s game with the Orlando Solar Bears.
Rays D Jeremy Price is out indefinitely with a concussion
Just when you thought it was safe to go to the rink. … Providence calls up defenseman Steve Spinell.
Steve Spinell called up to Providence.
So, some good news from the American Hockey League as goalie Jeff Jakaitis has returned from Providence.
JJ played in one game for the Bruins, giving up 5 goals on 32 shots in a 5-1 loss to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton on Jan. 19.
Jeff Jakaitis returns from AHL’s Providence Bruins.
The trickledown effect is starting to take shape for the South Carolina Stingrays.
And it couldn’t have come at a better time with the Rays getting ready to face Cincinnati this weekend and Florida next weekend.
I was starting not to believe my sources when for the last couple of weeks, they’ve been telling me that the Rays should expect players back from the AHL.
Scott Campbell returns from Providence
It seems like the Stingrays gain a player and lose a player every week.
After goalie Jeff Jakaitis was loaned to the AHL’s Providence Bruins, the Rays will get forward Peter Boyd back for the weekend.
Peter Boyd leads the Stingrays with 28 points this season.