What’s up Canucks fans, it’s a quick turnaround for the Comets Harvest, as we dive deep into a battle between the Utica Comets and the Toronto Marlies.
The Marlies currently sit atop the Eastern Conference, with a sparkling 17-4-2-1 record. The Comets sit fifth in the east with a less than ideal, but acceptable, 14-8-1-2 record. The Comets have earned points in three of their last four games despite being 4-3-1-2 in their previous ten. The Comets past-ten record pales in comparison to the Marlies 8-2-0-0.
The Marlies and Comets are quite familiar with each other, having played a back-to-back stint two weekend’s ago, in which they split wins. The Comets almost came away with two wins, but they threw it away with a complete third-period collapse that saw the Comets give up four unanswered goals at even-strength.
To beat the Marlies, the Comets will have to be stronger at even-strength, and limit the number of odd-man rushes faced by their goaltender. A tall task given the Comets would be, again, without the services of forward, Zack MacEwen. Here’s hoping this young Comets team picks up from where they left off against Bridgeport and has an impressive showing in front of the home crowd at the Adirondack Bank Center!
THE STARTING LINEUP
|Baertschi (#47)||Malone (#17)||Boucher (#24)|
|Goldobin (#77)||Camper (#19)||Perron (#27)|
|Bailey (#95)||Jasek (#9)||Lind (#13)|
|Gadjovich (#21)||Bancks (#34)||Stevenson (#26)|
|Juolevi (#48)||Sautner (#6)|
|Brisebois (#55)||Rafferty (#25)|
|LeBlanc (#3)||Teves (#4)|
|Michael Di Pietro|
With MacEwen out, Dyson Stevenson slides in on the fourth line while Francis Perron moves up to the second-line alongside Camper and Goldobin. Pretty surprised that Cull went with Stevenson over Arseneau, who’s been a pretty useful soldier on the Comets fourth-line. Stevenson, however, is no slouch and has shown marked improvement game-over-game in limited minutes.
RE: INJURY REPORT
|Wacey Hamilton (faceeeeeee)||Dylan Blujus (undisclosed)|
|Richard Bachman||Vincent Arseneau||Mitch Eliot|
The Comets released David Pope and Tanner Sorenson back to the Kalamazoo Wings. Sorenson got his first career AHL point in his first game, while Pope was mostly up to get a look by the coaching staff. Guess there wasn’t much to see.
Comets in White
- Teemu Kivihalme with an early shot into the body of MDP
- Guillaume Brisebois (#55) and Francis Perron (#27) struggling, comically, to force Mason Marchment off the puck along the Comets end-boards. Good second-effort from Perron to eventually for the Marlies out of the zone
- Lukas Jasek (#9) springs Justin Bailey (#95) ahead into the Marlies zone for a shot on goal. Marlies pick up the rebound and get themselves a breakaway opportunity for Jeremy Bracco. Olli Juolevi (#48) doesn’t have the speed to get back and defend. Fortunately, Ashton Sautner (#6) gets back in time to place his stick in Bracco’s shooting lane, disrupting his shot-attempt
- Seamus Malone with a good speedy forecheck on his lines next shift. Solid compliment to Baertschi and Boucher, even if the scoreline hasn’t matched his compete-level
- Three Marlies players led by Jordan Schmaltz, stack down the right-wing into the Comets zone. Schmaltz drops off for Jeremy Bracco as Tyler Gaudet cuts towards the half-circle to receive a pass from Bracco. Gaudet hands off to Kenny Agostino on the doorstep, but MDP dives down to make the save. Josh Teves (#4) comes in and engages in a little brouhaha’ery
- Brogan Rafferty (#25) leads the breakout for the Comets before handing off to Lukas Jasek (#9) on the right wall. Jasek zips a rink wide feed to Justin Bailey (#95), who settles the puck before getting off a shot-attempt
- Rafferty is playing like he was told to battle for the next call-up or something. There’s a noticeable pop in his step the past two games. Even if it sometimes puts him way out of position in the offensive zone, he’s making things happen
- Hudson Elynuik bursts into the Comets zone with speed to get around Brisebois (#55), but Breezy does a good job to tie up Elynuik’s stick before Rafferty (#25) clears the puck into the half wall
- Jonah Gadjovich (#21) fishes the puck out of a scrum with a clean backhand pass to Josh Teves (#4) on the Marlies blue line. Teves goes for a little adventure before ripping a shot wide of the goal
- Carter Bancks (#34) with a solid finish to his shift as he ties up the puck in the Marlies zone. Comets fourth line, led by Bancks doing great work so far this game to pin the Marlies into their end during their shifts
- Comets off the offensive zone faceoff get some great aggressive forechecking from Reid Boucher (#24) and Seamus Malone (#17). Malone manages to get a stick on a Marlies pass that pokes the puck out to Ashton Sautner (#6), who holds the line and rips a shot narrowly wide of the goal
- Juolevi (#48) sends a rink wide pass to Seamus Malone (#17), who attempts to redirect the feed onto the stick of Sven Baertschi (#47). Malone’s redirect, unfortunately, is too weak and far behind Bae to take cleanly for a drive on goal
- Apparently, the AHL has nixed one of Rafferty’s three assists from Monday’s game. Cue the slide whistle!
- GOAL – UTICA – 1-0 Comets: The Comets successfully repel some sustained pressure in their own end to score the opening goal of the night, off a terrific effort from Lukas Jasek, Justin Bailey, and Kole Lind. Lind (#13) starts everything off with a diving poke-check to dispossess a Marlies forward. Bailey (#95) pounces on the loose puck to lead an odd-man-rush for the Comets into the Marlies zone. Bailey drops off for Jasek (#9), who rips a shot off the crossbar. Jasek spots the puck amidst the chaos of the scrambling Marlies defenders and backhands one past Kaskisuo. Fantastic second effort from Jasek to earn his sixth goal of the season
- Dyson Stevenson (#26) blocks a shot leading to a Comets rush the other direction led by Jonah Gadjovich (#21). Gadjovich leads the zone-entry then gets dispossessed by the surrounding Marlies collective. Josh Teves (#4) recovers along the end-boards, but hey can’t get anything generated
- Cue up shooting stars meme
- Olli Juolevi (#48) ties up his check along the boards to allow Camper (#19) to steal. Camper hands off to Rafferty (#25), but it rolls off his stick to a Marlies player. The Marlies dump it into the end boards, where Juolevi is there to recover, but he takes a pretty awkward hit that sends him flying into the boards
- Francis Perron (#27) gets the gift of a lifetime after a brutal Marlies giveaway. Perron unselfishly hands off to Nikolay Goldobin (#77), and Kasimir Kaskisuo makes a huge save to keep the Comets at one. Maybe ought to have taken a shot their Franky
- Nikolay Goldobin (#77) forechecks behind the Marlies net and capitalizes on Teemu Kivihalme’s second giveaway to set up Carter Camper (#19) for a one-timer. Kaskisuo sharp tonight as he robs Camper
- Jasek, Bailey, and Lind are looking fantastic tonight. Kole Lind (#13) attempts a drop pass to Bailey (#95), only to have it picked off. Not to be deterred, Lind follows up with a steal from behind the Marlies goal line that allows Bailey to set up Lukas Jasek (#9) for a one-timer that Kaskisuo just barely gets a piece of
- Sautner and Mason Marchment getting pretty chippy from behind the Comets goal line
- Comets trying to generate a couple chances from the Bailey-Lind-Jasek trio. Eventually, while defending in the Comets zone, Justin Bailey (#95) makes a bad pass right onto the stick of Scott Pooley. Jasek (#9) attempts to strip Pooley of the puck but gets a bit aggressive with his stick placement, and gets called for tripping
- Comets seventh-ranked PK takes on the Marlies fifth-ranked powerplay without one of their key contributors in Jasek
- Reid Boucher blocks a shot early and forces the Marlies out of the zone, chewing thirty seconds off the clock
- GOAL – TORONTO – 1-1 Tie: Tanner MacMaster continues in his quest to disrespect his former team as he ties things up on the powerplay for his seventh of the season. MacMaster takes a pass from Liljegren, then walks around Sven Baertschi (#47) for a shot off the body of MDP. The rebound isn’t controlled, and MacMaster cashes in on his own rebound to tie the game at one
- Comets close out the period facing down a couple more Marlies shot-attempts, but MDP does solid to keep things even
The score at the end of the 1st period: 1-1 Tie
Comets outshot eleven to five after twenty minutes of play. Given how their last meeting went, I’m a little concerned at the direction this game might be heading. Comets had multiple golden scoring opportunities, but Kaskisuo has looked tremendous so far. Similar to the Canucks versus Fredy Andersen last night, they’re going to have to double-up on their efforts if they want to prevent another repeat, third-period-implosion.
- Seamus Malone (#17) starts off the period with a rink wide feed to Reid Boucher (#24). Boucher hits the brakes to avoid a check and attempts a cross-ice pass to Sven Baertschi (#47), but it’s picked off by a Marlies player. Malone (#17) follows up the play and steals the puck in the high-slot to regain possession for the Comets. Malone attempts a pass to Baertschi on the doorstep, but the Marlies defenders tie him up before he can get a shot off
- GOAL – UTICA – 2-1 Comets: The Comets regain the lead early as they capitalize on some brutal defensive coverage from the Marlies. Play starts with Francis Perron (#27) chasing a Brisebois (#55) dump-in down towards the Marlies goal line. Perron sets up Nikolay Goldobin (#77) for a one-timer from a sharp angle, but Kaskisuo makes the save. Marlies attempt to clear, but Carter Camper (#19) recovers behind the net of Kaskisuo and gets the puck back to Goldy behind the goal line. Goldy then threads a pass through a Marlies defender to an uncontested Perron, who gets a weak, but successful shot under the pads of Kaskisuo.
- Juolevi (#48) with a long shot from the point, followed by some Lindstigating with three Marlies players at the front of the net. Something funny about Lind’s former teammate Tanner MacMaster laughing as he tells Lind to fight the absolute monolith, Ben Harpur, haha
- Cull rolls out his fourth line for the offensive zone draw, and I think I know where this is going
- Yup, there it is. Jonah Gadjovich (#21) attempts to get in a tilt with Garrett Wilson, but Wilson ragdolls him to the ice before any shots can get thrown
- Not a fan of Ben Harpur sucker-punching Gadjovich while he’s trying to tilt with Wilson…bit cowardly big boy
- Game heads to 4-on-4 for two minutes
- GOAL – UTICA – 3-1 Comets: Comets continue to kill it at 4-on-4, as Guillaume Brisebois scores his second goal in as many games to give the Comets a two-goal lead. Play starts with some smooth skating from Brogan Rafferty (#25) to gain the Marlies zone. Rafferty evades the stick of his check to hand off to Reid Boucher, who races down the left-wing before turning for a rink wide pass to Brisebois. Breezy, channeling all his frustrations over my critique of his net-hitting ability, launches a perfect one-timer over the glove of Kaskisuo for his third goal of the season
- GOAL – UTICA – 4-1 Comets: Comets net their second 4-on-4 goal just 51 seconds after the last, with a beautiful one-timer tally from Lukas Jasek. Jasek (#9) starts the sequence after missing a pass at the Marlies blue line and hustling towards the end boards to negate the icing. Jasek retrieves the puck and sens it back to a trailing Nikolay Goldobin (#77), who draws three of the Marlies defenders towards him before handing back to Jasek for the one-timer.
- haha, Marlies Jordan Schmaltz trips up Justin Bailey (#95) inside his blue line, and Bailey draws the penalty
- Comets get a 4-on-3 powerplay, which might conflict with their 4-on-4 dominance
- GOAL – UTICA – 5-1 Comets: Make that three goals in two minutes, as Kole Lind (#13) catches a Sven Baertschi rebound to net his seventh goal of the year. Brogan Rafferty (#25) starts the sequence off with some fantastic puck handling through open-ice before finding Baertschi (#47) open at the bottom of the left circle. Baertschi’s shot gets caught up in Kaskisuo’s pads, and he inadvertently kicks the puck out of his crease. Lind capitalizes on the freebie and backhands one past Kaskisuo’s left pad to give the Comets a three-goal lead with sixteen minutes remaining in the period
- MDP with a fantastic toe stop on the wraparound attempt from Jeremy Bracco. MDP slow to get up, and the trainer comes out to see him in the crease
- alternate angle showing that MDP may have gotten his hand pinched by the Marlies defender or something
- Rasmus Sandin blows past Nikolay Goldobin (#77) in the neutral zone, but Sandin rips his shot wide of the goal
- Comets attempt a play in the Marlies zone, but Carter Bancks takes a hooking penalty to put the Comets onto the penalty kill.
- 1st peeker: Jasek, Sautner, Juolevi, Baertschi
- LOL holy shit, some insane delay on the PK draw as Marchment starts too early on one try, then followed by Jasek. Following that, is a lengthy delay for the on-ice officials due to the scoreboard. As the ref finally leans in for the draw, both Jasek, and Marchment bicker as they lunge early for the drop. Nearly a minute and a half after the Bancks penalty, the Marlies powerplay finally begins
- Comets with some fantastic aggression on the penalty-kill as Reid Boucher (#24) gets a shot-attempt, and Justin Bailey (#95) chews down the clock
- Comets with a fantastic kill as they hold the Marlies to a single shot
- Bancks (#34) continues to take a beating at the front of the Marlies net. Nikolay Goldobin (#77) cents the puck to Carter Camper (#19), only for Camper to get denied again by Kaskisuo. Bancks crashes down on the rebound and takes a couple hits from Ben Harpur for his efforts. The giant LD somehow avoids taking a roughing penalty
- Carter Camper (#19) continues his strong night as he capitalizes on another brutal Marlies passing attempt, and gives himself a point-blank shot attempt with a steal
- Wow, MDP with a fantastic poke check to dispossess Tyler Gaudet. Kole Lind (#13) with a filthy move to get around a Marlies forward that allows the Comets to break out of their end
- Joe Roberts with a fantastic call, as Brogan Rafferty (#25) dekes through his legs to get around Tim Liljegren for a shot on Kaskisuo
- During the tv timeout, Tanner MacMaster gets in a shoving match with Justin Bailey
- uh, somehow, without any play occurring, the Comets pick up a too-many-men on the ice penalty. Truly no clue how that happened
- Carter Bancks (#34) picks off a pass and sends Lukas Jasek (#9) out of the zone where Jazzy does his best Dougie Hamilton impression
- GOAL – TORONTO – 5-2 Comets: Marlies powerplay capitalizes for the second time tonight as Darren Archibald redirects a shot from the crease of MDP to cut the Comets lead to three. Once again, the Comets defense struggle to clear the net of big bodies. Neither Brisebois (#55) nor LeBlanc (#3) even bother trying to move Archibald out of MDP’s sightlines, and the result is the Marlies second powerplay tally.
- Woah, the Marlies score right off the faceoff as Mason Marchment finds himself well behind the Comets defense receiving a rink wide feed. Marchment’s shot goes off MDP and up off the glass. Ashton Sautner (#6) loses sight of the puck, and Marchment lucks out as the puck drops right at his feet. Marchment centers for Pooley who roofs one over MDP’s shoulder
- Referee’s confer for several minutes after the goal and eventually rule it a no-goal
- After some careful consideration, it appears that someone from the Marlies bench interfered with Olli Juolevi as he attempted to backcheck. Juolevi somehow takes a roughing minor, but Marlies get a bench minor for the altercation
- Brogan Rafferty (#25) starts off the 4-on-4 with a blast off the Marlies crossbar
- Goldobin (#77) attempts to throw a rink wide pass, but it hits the skates of Brisebois (#55) and ricochets to a Marlies player in the neutral zone. Marlies counter with a quick scoring chance off a Ben Harpur redirect attempt
- Carter Bancks (#34 )continues to get abused by Ben Harpur and Mason Marchment, as he gives a little crosscheck, and takes two punches to the jaw in return
- Comets head to the powerplay with 4.5 remaining in the second
- Comets on the powerplay, as Reid Boucher (#24) rips a slap pass cross-ice to Kole Lind (#13), who quickly turns the skates for a redirect on goal. Kaskisuo makes the pad save, but great quick thinking from Lind to turn the slap-pass into a scoring opportunity
- Comets get another late powerplay chance from Carter Camper and Nikolay Goldobin, but they can’t get it past Kasiksuo
- MDP makes a pad save on Kenny Agostino, and Juolevi (#48) clears
- Referee legitimately forgets how penalty assessment works. As Jonah Gadjovich (#21) lays a standard body check along the Marlies end boards when the ref throws up his arm. Comets recover the loose puck and drive on goal for a scoring chance. The Marlies then fight for possession of the puck behind the goal line when the ref decides to blow the whistle. After the confusion from both teams, the ref then assesses a “roughing penalty” to Dyson Stevenson (#26) who legitimately did nothing flagrant on the play
- Comets close out the second period on a completely bullshit penalty kill
- GOAL – TORONTO – 5-3 Comets: Well, that’s simply unfortunate. A minute into the Comets penalty kill, and with 1.6 seconds remaining in the second period, the Marlies cut the Comets lead to two. Kenny Agostino casually strolls into the Comets zone uncontested, where he then draws both Reid Boucher (#24) and Stefan LeBlanc (#3) to him along the right wall. Agostino turns for a pass to Garrett Wilson, who cuts towards the net, and Wilson wrists a shot over the right pad of Di Pietro.
The score at the end of the 2nd period: 5-3 Comets
What is it with the Utica Comets and batshit crazy second periods? One fight, phantom too-many-men penalties, phantom roughing penalties, phantom boarding calls, called-back goals, six goals total scored between both teams, and a partridge in a pear tree! Absolutely insane period of hockey punctuated by absolutely baffling refereeing decisions that clearly have skewed the direction of this game. Toronto ended the final ten minutes of the period with a noticeable momentum shift and will head into the third chasing down the Comets two-goal lead. Fingers crossed the Comets hold strong and put this one away before the refs do
- Marlies pressuring in the Comets zone, as Sven Baertschi (#47) almost redirects a Marlies pass onto Darren Archibald’s stick. Fortunately, Archibald misses the pass, and the Comets avoid disaster
- Comets looking a little slower to start this period
- Comets fourth-line gets an offensive zone draw, and they pressure the Marlies with a couple fluttering chances.
- Dyson Stevenson (#26) finally throws down with Ben Harpur as the big boys throw down with some massive blows
- Stevenson comes out of the scrum pretty bloody, but he takes Harpur out of the game for the next five minutes. Harpur had been a major pest to the Comets Captain, Carter Bancks throughout this entire game. Hopefully, Bancks can finally be more than just a punching bag to close out this game.
- Harpur could be out a bit longer as he heads down the tunnel shaking out his hand
- Comets are really struggling to generate offense this period. Been all Marlies with the shots on goal
- Comets are struggling to clear the zone with control, as the Marlies Mason Marchment capitalizes on the Comets blunders to re-enter the zone. Fortunately, Ashton Sautner (#6) steps up to poke the puck away from Marchment as he drives toward the net, before laying a hip check into him that sends him crashing to the ice
- Sven Baertschi (#47) with a giveaway off an offensive zone faceoff, but Brogan Rafferty (#25) races back to the Comets zone to recover
- Shot-attempt differential will not be favoring the Comets this period
- Marlies keep rolling out MacMaster and Marchment. Both are actively trying to goad the Comets into taking penalties
- Josh Teves (#4) wheels around the Comets end-boards with the puck, almost throwing the puck onto the stick of a forechecking Marlie when challenged. Fortunately, he ditches the puck as he cuts towards the center before he gives it away
- Francis Perron (#27) gets tripped by Teemu Kivihalme, and then Kivihalme falls over Perron’s fallen body. Referee’s issue a tripping penalty to PERRON on the play
- Shout out to the ref for the most overdramatic slashing gesture of all time
- Reid Boucher (#24) finally has enough of Tanner MacMaster’s instigating, as he drops the gloves with his former teammate in front of the Marlies bench, and sons him
- btw, crowd chanting Bouchhhh not Booooo
- Dyson Stevenson returns to the bench for the Comets and the crowd gives him a rousing ovation
- GOAL – TORONTO – 5-3 Comets: The Marlies score there first even-strength goal of the game, as Mason Marchment walks around Carter Camper (#19) for a wrister over the left shoulder of Di Pietro. Goldobin (#77) doing the least amount possible on that play as he lazily throws a stick in Marchment’s direction.
- 6.5 Left in the third and the Comets have recorded two shots on goal
- Nicholas Baptiste takes a slashing penalty and the Comets head to their third powerplay of the game
- given the number of penalties issued this game, it’s crazy the Comets have only managed three powerplays out of all the calls.
- Nikolay Goldobin (#77) drives to the net of Kaskisuo on the powerplay and gets tripped into the net trying to take a pass. Kaskisuo gives Goldobin a shove to the back of the head for his efforts
- Brogan Rafferty (#25) with an incredible drive through the entire Marlies team as he gets hauled down by every Marlies player in the process. Despite getting hauled down, Rafferty still recovers to position for a shot-attempt before bumping into Kaskisuo and losing the puck
- haha, moments after the Baptiste penalty ends, Mason Marchment takes a holding penalty, and Jeremy Bracco goes nuts on the refs
- Marlies with a shorthanded chance after Brisebois (#55) fails to get a decent clear from MDP’s crease. Fortunately, Gaudet fans on his shot-attempt and the Comets recover
- Nikolay Goldobin (#77) with a filthy move to get around Jordan Schmaltz in the Marlies zone to set up Jonah Gadjovich (#21) for a backhand on goal
- Marlies pull Kaskisuo with less than a minute remaining
- Boucher, Sautner, Bancks, Baertschi, and Rafferty are the Comets five defenders
- GOAL – UTICA – 6-4 Comets: Reid Boucher (#24) completes the Gordie Howe hat-trick as he gets the empty netter in the final 15 seconds of the game. Tim Liljegren blows it for the Marlies when he elects to dump the puck from behind center-ice while the Comets stack themselves along their blue line. Ashton Sautner (#6) stops the puck, hands off to Sven Baertschi (#47), who finds Bouch on the Marlies blue line for the insurance-goal.
Final Score: 6-3 Utica Comets
|1st||UTI||Lukas Jasek||Justin Bailey||Kole Lind||5v5|
|1st||TOR||Tanner MacMaster||Tim Liljegren||Matt Read||PPG|
|2nd||UTI||Francis Perron||Nikolay Goldobin||Carter Camper||5v5|
|2nd||UTI||Guillaume Brisebois||Reid Boucher||Brogan Rafferty||4v4|
|2nd||UTI||Lukas Jasek||Nikolay Goldobin||—||4v4|
|2nd||UTI||Kole Lind||Sven Baertschi||Brogan Rafferty||PPG|
|2nd||TOR||Darren Archibald||Nicholas Baptiste||Tim Liljegren||PPG|
|2nd||TOR||Garrett Wilson||Kenny Agostino||Kasimir Kaskisuo||PPG|
|3rd||UTI||Reid Boucher||Sven Baertschi||Ashton Sautner||SH/EN|
- Comets sandwich a dominant second period with a weak first, and a rather uninspired third period. Don’t think the Comets have nearly the defensive talent to get away with a “sit back and hold the lead” kind of strategy. It worked this time, only, barely. Thanks in part to the fantastic goaltending from Mikey Di Pietro.
- MDP’s numbers on the outset don’t look great; a 0.871 save percentage, and a 3.01 goals-against-average. Di Pietro kept the game from devolving into a repeat of the last third period the Comets had against the Marlies.
- Since moving to center, Jasek has struggled hard with the role-change, the past two games have seen a marked improvement in his overall ability. I have to think someone in the organization told him to not play so tentatively in the offensive zone. He’s looked much more engaged offensively, without it coming at the expense of the defensive side to his game. Hopefully, his three goals and one assist in his last two games serve as a confidence boost for him moving forward
- Kole Lind quietly has three goals and three assists with 15 shots on goal through the month of December. Kid has looked fantastic the last two games for the Comets. Hopefully, he can keep this up and can maintain a semblance of consistency moving forward. Give me tonight’s Kole Lind every game, not every third game.
- Brogan Rafferty has one goal and six assists this month, and despite having an assist called back by the AHL, Rafferty sits second amongst all AHL defenceman for points.
- Francis Perron ended his five-game pointless drought tonight with a goal. He was screwed pretty hard on that tripping penalty. Otherwise, Perron looked pretty decent. Streaky, but decent.
- Overall, a pretty messy game that left a lot to be desired from their defensive coverage. Something that I think will likely be a season-long issue. However, I can forgive a young team goofing on their checks if they can consistently score four even-strength goals against top-tier opponents. Hopefully, the Comets move forward with repeats of tonight’s and Monday’s efforts. The schedule is jam-packed through December, so that might be a big ask. Beginning this Friday, the Comets start a stretch of five games in eight nights. A tough outing for a young AHL squad looking to find consistency.
Comets Three Stars
- Lukas Jasek
- Kole Lind
- Reid Boucher
HM: Brogan Rafferty
The Comets Trajectory?
The Comets return this Friday when they face off against the Bridgeport Sound Tigers for the third time in eight days. Just a heads up, I’ve got a boatload of Christmas Parties and Friendsmas’ events that I’m committed to for the next couple of weekends. Unfortunately, the next couple of weeks might not be my best displays of tardiness.
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