Rosanne Rosannadanna was a character created by Gilda Radner on Saturday Night Live back in the 1970’s. Rosanne used to do “Weekend Update” with Chevy Chase and would always end here reports with the phrase, “Well, if it’s not-one-thing-it’s-another. If it’s not (Fill in the blank) then it’s (something really silly).” That sentiment so perfectly summarizes the Connecticut Whale’s 5-3 loss to the Hershey Bears in front of 3,027 Friday night at the XL Center.
Kris Newbury was at his locker when a loose cinder block somewhere in the ceiling became loose and fell coming through the dropped ceiling and hitting his shin guards and the name plate, changing direction and not hitting the Whale’s top centerman. Continue reading
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Dalpe scores twice, leads all players with 3g, 2a in series
HERSHEY, PA – The Hershey Bears used three second-period goals to double up the Charlotte Checkers, 4-2, and tie the East Division Semifinals 1-1 on Sunday afternoon.
The series will now shift to Charlotte for Games 3, 4 and 5 on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday.
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Tagged AHL, Braden Holtby, Brian Willsie, Calder Cup, Charlotte Checkers, Hershey Bears, Justin Pogge, Patrick McNeill, Sheldon Souray, Zac Dalpe