Dumoulin adjusting to life in minors

Posted by: MBR on Thu Mar 7th, 2013 7:31 am
Dumoulin adjusting to life in minorsBy Paul Betit This time last year, Brian Dumoulin was gearing up to help Boston College make a successful run for the NCAA's Division I ice hockey national championship.Now, Dumoulin, a 6-2, 210-pound defenseman from Biddeford who returns home to Maine on Saturday night when the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins play the Portland Pirates in an AHL game at the Cumberland County Civic Center, is still working on making the transition to the pro game.Read more: http://www.kjonline.com/sports/dumoulin ... 03-06.html
Posted by: MBR on Tue Mar 12th, 2013 8:09 am
Dumoulin makes triumphant return to MaineBy WIL KRAMLICHStaff WriterPublished:Monday, March 11, 2013 12:05 PM EDTPORTLAND — For many of the 5,527 in attendance at the Cumberland County Civic Center for Saturday night’s Portland Pirates game the 4-3 loss in overtime was a letdown. But for a couple dozen hockey fans, it was a memorable game. That’s because on the away bench, suited up for the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins, was Biddeford’s own Brian Dumoulin.Saturday was Dumoulin’s first game in Maine as a professional hockey player, and many family and friends – including his parents, younger sister and grandparents – made the trip up from Biddeford to see his home-state debut. Dumoulin received a warm reception from the crowd when his named was announced by the public address announcer.“It’s good. Obviously when you win, it makes it that much better,” Dumoulin said of getting the chance to play in his home state again. “It’s special coming back here and playing. I played some high school hockey state championship tournaments here. And it’s just good to be back here in Maine.”Read more: http://www.journaltribune.com/articles/ ... 743834.txt