27-9-2019 Shane Prince frustrated
New York Islanders right wing Shane Prince feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of USA, Shane Prince was originally drafted to the NHL by the Ottawa Senators in the 2nd round of the 2011 entry draft. He has appeared in 99 NHL games during his career, notching 10 goals and adding 17 assists along with 12 penalty minutes. The 26 year old right wing has not yet played for the New York Islanders this season.


25-9-2019 Weekly team report
Who's hot

No-one is especially hot at the moment.

Who's cold

Bryan Little has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Linus Ullmark has been chilly and allowed 8 goals in 2 games. Matt Stajan has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Carl Soderberg has lost his sights and is now 7 games without a goal. Johnny Boychuk has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Jaroslav Halak hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Linus Soderstrom hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Collin Adams has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. David Quenneville has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Eric Staal has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Paul Stastny has lost his sights and is now 5 games without a goal.

Trainer's room

No injuries at the moment.



23-9-2019 Vladislav Kamenev frustrated
New York Islanders left wing Vladislav Kamenev feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Russia, Vladislav Kamenev was originally drafted to the NHL by the Nashville Predators in the 2nd round of the 2014 entry draft. He has appeared in 214 NHL games during his career, notching 40 goals and adding 49 assists along with 107 penalty minutes. The 23 year old left wing has played 7 games with the New York Islanders this season, totalling 3+5=8 with 14 PIM.


21-9-2019 Nick Baptiste frustrated
New York Islanders center Nick Baptiste feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Nick Baptiste was originally drafted to the NHL by the Buffalo Sabres in the 3rd round of the 2013 entry draft. He has not yet played at NHL level. The 24 year old center has not yet played for the New York Islanders this season.


20-9-2019 Ryan Pulock frustrated
New York Islanders defenseman Ryan Pulock feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Ryan Pulock was originally drafted to the NHL by the New York Islanders in the 1st round of the 2013 entry draft. He has appeared in 106 NHL games during his career, notching 5 goals and adding 15 assists along with 7 penalty minutes. The 24 year old defenseman has not yet played for the New York Islanders this season.


19-9-2019 Henrik Sedin frustrated
New York Islanders left wing Henrik Sedin feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a franchise player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a core player.

A native of Sweden, Henrik Sedin was originally drafted to the NHL by the Vancouver Canucks in the 1st round of the 1999 entry draft. He has appeared in 1417 NHL games during his career, notching 274 goals and adding 831 assists along with 700 penalty minutes. The 38 year old left wing has played 5 games with the New York Islanders this season, totalling 3+3=6 with 8 PIM.


18-9-2019 Shane Prince frustrated
New York Islanders right wing Shane Prince feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of USA, Shane Prince was originally drafted to the NHL by the Ottawa Senators in the 2nd round of the 2011 entry draft. He has appeared in 99 NHL games during his career, notching 10 goals and adding 17 assists along with 12 penalty minutes. The 26 year old right wing has not yet played for the New York Islanders this season.


18-9-2019 Weekly team report
Who's hot

Michael Dal Colle is looking good with 3 points in 2 games last week. Calle Jarnkrok is looking good with 5 points in 2 games last week. Vladislav Kamenev is looking good with a 3 game point scoring streak with 1 game goalstreak. Henrik Sedin is looking good with 3 points in 2 games last week.

Who's cold

Bryan Little has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Matt Stajan has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Carl Soderberg has lost his sights and is now 5 games without a goal. Dylan Larkin has lost his sights and is now 5 games without a goal. Alan Quine has lost his sights and is now 5 games without a goal. Johnny Boychuk has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Jaroslav Halak hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Linus Soderstrom hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Collin Adams has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. David Quenneville has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Eric Staal has been a healthy scratch in his last five games.

Trainer's room

No injuries at the moment.



16-9-2019 Johnny Boychuk frustrated
New York Islanders defenseman Johnny Boychuk feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Johnny Boychuk was originally drafted to the NHL by the Colorado Avalanche in the 2nd round of the 2002 entry draft. He has appeared in 709 NHL games during his career, notching 53 goals and adding 157 assists along with 283 penalty minutes. The 35 year old defenseman has not yet played for the New York Islanders this season.


16-9-2019 Vladislav Kamenev frustrated
New York Islanders left wing Vladislav Kamenev feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Russia, Vladislav Kamenev was originally drafted to the NHL by the Nashville Predators in the 2nd round of the 2014 entry draft. He has appeared in 211 NHL games during his career, notching 38 goals and adding 48 assists along with 101 penalty minutes. The 23 year old left wing has played 4 games with the New York Islanders this season, totalling 1+4=5 with 8 PIM.


12-9-2019 Josh Gorges frustrated
New York Islanders defenseman Josh Gorges feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Josh Gorges, was originally signed as a free agent to the NHL. He has appeared in 932 NHL games during his career, notching 28 goals and adding 155 assists along with 367 penalty minutes. The 35 year old defenseman has played 3 games with the New York Islanders this season, totalling 1+2=3 with 0 PIM.


12-9-2019 Adam Wilcox frustrated
New York Islanders goaltender Adam Wilcox feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a regular player.

A native of USA, Adam Wilcox was originally drafted to the NHL by the Tampa Bay Lightning in the 6th round of the 2011 entry draft. He has not yet played at NHL level. The 26 year old goaltender has not yet played for the New York Islanders this season.


11-9-2019 Jean-Francois Berube frustrated
New York Islanders goaltender Jean-Francois Berube feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Jean-Francois Berube was originally drafted to the NHL by the Los Angeles Kings in the 4th round of the 1995 entry draft. He has appeared in 39 NHL games during his career, booking 0 career shutouts and allowing 119 goals. The 28 year old goaltender has not yet played for the New York Islanders this season.


11-9-2019 Player of the week: Ryan Strome (R)
NHL has awarded Ryan Strome (R) of New York Islanders as Player Of The Week He registered 4 goals and 3 assists for 7 points in 3 games last week. He also had 1 game winning goal.

A native of Canada, Ryan Strome was originally drafted to the NHL by the New York Islanders in the 1st round of the 2011 entry draft. He has appeared in 438 NHL games during his career, notching 105 goals and adding 132 assists along with 203 penalty minutes. The 26 year old right wing has played 3 games with the New York Islanders this season, totalling 4+3=7 with 2 PIM.


11-9-2019 Weekly team report
Who's hot

Josh Gorges is looking steady with 3 points in 3 games last week. Ryan Strome is looking good with a 3 game point scoring streak with 3 game goalstreak. Mathew Barzal is looking steady with 3 points in 3 games last week. Vladislav Kamenev is looking steady with 3 points in 3 games last week. Henrik Sedin is looking steady with 3 points in 3 games last week.

Who's cold

No-one is especially cold at the moment.

Trainer's room

No injuries at the moment.



9-9-2019 Linus Soderstrom frustrated
New York Islanders goaltender Linus Soderstrom feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Linus Soderstrom was originally drafted to the NHL by the New York Islanders in the 4th round of the 2014 entry draft. He has not yet played at NHL level. The 23 year old goaltender has not yet played for the New York Islanders this season.


8-9-2019 William Carrier frustrated
New York Islanders left wing William Carrier feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, William Carrier was originally drafted to the NHL by the St. Louis Blues in the 2nd round of the 2013 entry draft. He has not yet played at NHL level. The 24 year old left wing has not yet played for the New York Islanders this season.


7-9-2019 Vladislav Kamenev frustrated
New York Islanders left wing Vladislav Kamenev feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Russia, Vladislav Kamenev was originally drafted to the NHL by the Nashville Predators in the 2nd round of the 2014 entry draft. He has appeared in 208 NHL games during his career, notching 38 goals and adding 45 assists along with 97 penalty minutes. The 23 year old left wing has played 1 games with the New York Islanders this season, totalling 1+1=2 with 4 PIM.


6-9-2019 Bryan Little frustrated
New York Islanders right wing Bryan Little feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Bryan Little was originally drafted to the NHL by the Winnipeg Jets in the 1st round of the 2006 entry draft. He has appeared in 859 NHL games during his career, notching 204 goals and adding 261 assists along with 265 penalty minutes. The 31 year old right wing has not yet played for the New York Islanders this season.


6-9-2019 Nick Baptiste frustrated
New York Islanders center Nick Baptiste feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Nick Baptiste was originally drafted to the NHL by the Buffalo Sabres in the 3rd round of the 2013 entry draft. He has not yet played at NHL level. The 24 year old center has not yet played for the New York Islanders this season.


5-9-2019 Michael Dal Colle frustrated
New York Islanders right wing Michael Dal Colle feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a franchise player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Michael Dal Colle was originally drafted to the NHL by the New York Islanders in the 1st round of the 2014 entry draft. He has appeared in 212 NHL games during his career, notching 57 goals and adding 48 assists along with 87 penalty minutes. The 23 year old right wing has played 1 games with the New York Islanders this season, totalling 0+0=0 with 0 PIM.


4-9-2019 Johnny Boychuk frustrated
New York Islanders defenseman Johnny Boychuk feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Johnny Boychuk was originally drafted to the NHL by the Colorado Avalanche in the 2nd round of the 2002 entry draft. He has appeared in 709 NHL games during his career, notching 53 goals and adding 157 assists along with 283 penalty minutes. The 35 year old defenseman is getting ready for the upcoming season.


4-9-2019 Weekly team report
Who's hot

No-one is especially hot at the moment.

Who's cold

No-one is especially cold at the moment.

Trainer's room

No injuries at the moment.



2-9-2019 Josh Gorges frustrated
New York Islanders defenseman Josh Gorges feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Josh Gorges, was originally signed as a free agent to the NHL. He has appeared in 929 NHL games during his career, notching 27 goals and adding 153 assists along with 367 penalty minutes. The 35 year old defenseman is getting ready for the upcoming season.


2-9-2019 Adam Wilcox frustrated
New York Islanders goaltender Adam Wilcox feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a regular player.

A native of USA, Adam Wilcox was originally drafted to the NHL by the Tampa Bay Lightning in the 6th round of the 2011 entry draft. He has not yet played at NHL level. The 26 year old goaltender is expecting a good season for the team.


1-9-2019 Brandon Dubinsky frustrated
New York Islanders center Brandon Dubinsky feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of USA, Brandon Dubinsky was originally drafted to the NHL by the New York Rangers in the 2nd round of the 2004 entry draft. He has appeared in 866 NHL games during his career, notching 177 goals and adding 301 assists along with 833 penalty minutes. The 33 year old center is expecting a good season for the team.


1-9-2019 Ryan Strome frustrated
New York Islanders right wing Ryan Strome feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a franchise player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Ryan Strome was originally drafted to the NHL by the New York Islanders in the 1st round of the 2011 entry draft. He has appeared in 435 NHL games during his career, notching 101 goals and adding 129 assists along with 201 penalty minutes. The 26 year old right wing is getting ready for the upcoming season.


1-9-2019 Calvin de Haan frustrated
New York Islanders defenseman Calvin de Haan feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Calvin de Haan was originally drafted to the NHL by the New York Islanders in the 1st round of the 2009 entry draft. He has appeared in 240 NHL games during his career, notching 9 goals and adding 43 assists along with 74 penalty minutes. The 28 year old defenseman is expecting a good season for the team.


31-8-2019 Bryan Little frustrated
New York Islanders right wing Bryan Little feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Bryan Little was originally drafted to the NHL by the Winnipeg Jets in the 1st round of the 2006 entry draft. He has appeared in 859 NHL games during his career, notching 204 goals and adding 261 assists along with 265 penalty minutes. The 31 year old right wing is eagerly waiting to hit the ice once the season starts.


29-8-2019 Dylan Larkin uncertain about future
Dylan Larkin wants clarification on his future as he no longer can be considered a prospect. He wants you to clarify his status in the organization.

29-8-2019 Alan Quine frustrated
New York Islanders center Alan Quine feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Alan Quine was originally drafted to the NHL by the New York Islanders in the 6th round of the 2013 entry draft. He has appeared in 201 NHL games during his career, notching 14 goals and adding 23 assists along with 26 penalty minutes. The 26 year old center is getting ready for the upcoming season.


29-8-2019 Linus Soderstrom uncertain about future
Linus Soderstrom wants clarification on his future as he no longer can be considered a prospect. He wants you to clarify his status in the organization.

29-8-2019 Vladislav Kamenev uncertain about future
Vladislav Kamenev wants clarification on his future as he no longer can be considered a prospect. He wants you to clarify his status in the organization.

29-6-2019 Matt Stajan frustrated
New York Islanders center Matt Stajan feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a regular player.

A native of Canada, Matt Stajan was originally drafted to the NHL by the Toronto Maple Leafs in the 2nd round of the 2002 entry draft. He has appeared in 958 NHL games during his career, notching 146 goals and adding 261 assists along with 472 penalty minutes. The 35 year old center is looking forward for the start of the season.


30-6-2019 Training camp preview
New York Islanders will arrange the annual training camp starting on September 14th. Players reporting to the training camp with either New York Islanders and Bridgeport Sound Tigers:
- Bryan Little R
- Josh Gorges D
- Linus Ullmark G
- Nick Baptiste C
- William Carrier L
- Matt Stajan C
- Carl Soderberg C
- Brandon Dubinsky C
- Dylan Larkin L
- Keith Yandle D
- Sven Andrighetto R
- Alan Quine L
- Ryan Strome R
- Shane Prince R
- Johnny Boychuk D
- Calvin de Haan D
- Ryan Pulock D
- Jaroslav Halak G
- Jean-Francois Berube G
- Eamon McAdam G
- Mathew Barzal C
- Michael Dal Colle R
- Parker Wotherspoon D
- Linus Soderstrom G
- Mitchell Vande Sompel D
- Collin Adams L
- David Quenneville D
- Eric Staal L
- Calle Jarnkrok C
- P.K. Subban D
- Ryan Ellis D
- Vladislav Kamenev L
- Laurent Dauphin L
- Frazer McLaren L
- Paul Stastny L
- Ty Rattie R
- Zack Phillips C
- Jason Garrison D
- Matt Taormina D
- Adam Wilcox G
- Andreas Johnson R
- Ben Smith R
- Colin Smith C
- Jannik Hansen R
- Chris Higgins L
- Aaron Ness D
- Nicholas Suzuki C
- Callan Foote D
- Chad Rau C
- Aaron Gagnon C
- Miro Heiskanen D

Players reporting out of shape:
- Josh Gorges D
- Sven Andrighetto R
- Ryan Pulock D
- P.K. Subban D
- Vladislav Kamenev L
- Frazer McLaren L
- Zack Phillips C
- Adam Wilcox G
- Ben Smith R

Players reporting in good shape:
- Linus Ullmark G
- William Carrier L
- Dylan Larkin L
- Johnny Boychuk D
- Eamon McAdam G
- Mitchell Vande Sompel D
- Laurent Dauphin L
- Nicholas Suzuki C


27-6-2019 Johnny Boychuk frustrated
New York Islanders defenseman Johnny Boychuk feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Johnny Boychuk was originally drafted to the NHL by the Colorado Avalanche in the 2nd round of the 2002 entry draft. He has appeared in 709 NHL games during his career, notching 53 goals and adding 157 assists along with 283 penalty minutes. The 35 year old defenseman is getting ready for the upcoming season.


25-6-2019 Linus Soderstrom returns
New York Islanders were delighted to hear that Linus Soderstrom has returned to the team.

25-6-2019 Collin Adams returns
New York Islanders were delighted to hear that Collin Adams has returned to the team.

25-6-2019 David Quenneville returns
New York Islanders were delighted to hear that David Quenneville has returned to the team.

25-6-2019 Nicholas Suzuki returns
New York Islanders were delighted to hear that Nicholas Suzuki has returned to the team.

24-6-2019 Options to be confirmed tomorrow
The following players' contract options need to be confirmed tomorrow:


23-6-2019 Contracts expiring !
The following players' contracts are going to expire in one week:
-Eamon McAdam (Bridgeport Sound Tigers) RFA, needs qualifying offer
-Parker Wotherspoon (Bridgeport Sound Tigers) RFA, needs qualifying offer
-Mitchell Vande Sompel (Bridgeport Sound Tigers) RFA, needs qualifying offer
-Frazer McLaren (Bridgeport Sound Tigers) RFA, needs qualifying offer
-Ty Rattie (New York Islanders) RFA, needs qualifying offer
-Zack Phillips (Bridgeport Sound Tigers) RFA, needs qualifying offer
-Jason Garrison (New York Islanders) UFA
-Matt Taormina (Bridgeport Sound Tigers) UFA
-Andreas Johnson (Bridgeport Sound Tigers) RFA, needs qualifying offer
-Ben Smith (Bridgeport Sound Tigers) RFA, needs qualifying offer
-Colin Smith (Bridgeport Sound Tigers) RFA, needs qualifying offer
-Jannik Hansen (Bridgeport Sound Tigers) UFA
-Chris Higgins (Bridgeport Sound Tigers) UFA
-Aaron Ness (Bridgeport Sound Tigers) RFA, needs qualifying offer
-Chad Rau (Bridgeport Sound Tigers) UFA
-Aaron Gagnon (Bridgeport Sound Tigers) UFA


23-6-2019 Contracts expiring !
The following staff members' contracts are going to expire in one week:


21-6-2019 Laurent Dauphin frustrated
New York Islanders left wing Laurent Dauphin feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Laurent Dauphin was originally drafted to the NHL by the Arizona Coyotes in the 2nd round of the 2013 entry draft. He has not yet played at NHL level. The 24 year old left wing is looking forward for the start of the season.


20-6-2019 Nick Baptiste frustrated
New York Islanders center Nick Baptiste feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Nick Baptiste was originally drafted to the NHL by the Buffalo Sabres in the 3rd round of the 2013 entry draft. He has not yet played at NHL level. The 23 year old center has not yet played for the New York Islanders this season. He has played 70 games with the Bridgeport Sound Tigers this season, totalling 8+21=29 with 22 PIM.


20-6-2019 William Carrier frustrated
New York Islanders left wing William Carrier feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, William Carrier was originally drafted to the NHL by the St. Louis Blues in the 2nd round of the 2013 entry draft. He has not yet played at NHL level. The 24 year old left wing has not yet played for the New York Islanders this season. He has played 79 games with the Bridgeport Sound Tigers this season, totalling 15+9=24 with 34 PIM.


20-6-2019 Michael Dal Colle uncertain about future
Michael Dal Colle wants clarification on his future as he no longer can be considered a prospect. He wants you to clarify his status in the organization.

20-6-2019 Board collects bonuses
The board of owners has collected $17 400 000 profit from the team to shareholders.

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