With the Islanders first round draft choice in the fold (Ryan Strome, 5th overall) the team has a number of picks in rounds two through seven on the second day up Minnesota. Here is a breakdown of their remaining selections:… Continue Reading →
No, you read that correctly – I said Joel Rechlicz cupcakes….but I am only half joking here. Yesterday, the New York Islanders placed forward Joel Rechlicz, a player those of us in the Blog Box have grown to know (and… Continue Reading →
Boy has it been a while since I have seen some live hockey, well – not really all too long but I never would’ve imagined I would be getting ready to head to the Coliseum on a steamy July evening.… Continue Reading →
Today the New York Islanders have extended qualifying offers to five restricted free agents: Matt Moulson, Rob Schremp, Dustin Kohn, Dylan Reese, and Nathan Lawson. If you are noticing some players missing off of that list, you’re not mistaken –… Continue Reading →
The New York Islanders have selected goaltender Cody Rosen with the 185th pick of the seventh round.
The New York Islanders have traded both of their sixh round picks in 2010 (155th and 160th) to Atlanta for a fifth round pick in 2011.
The Islanders have selected defenseman Tony DeHart with the 125th pick of the fifth round. DeHart is currently with the Oshawa Generals and is 6’2″ and 202lbs.
The Islanders have traded their 95th pick of the fourth round to Colorado for a third round pick in 2011.
The Islanders have selected left wing/center Jason Clark with the 58th pick of the third round. Jason Clark is a 6’2″ 182lb forward with a left handed shot. Last season he played for Shattuck-St Mary’s HS in Minnesota and has… Continue Reading →
The Islanders have selected wildcard (and wild child) Kirill Kabanov with the 65th pick of the third round. It’s a similar situation to Kirill Petrov in that should Kabanov pan out, it’s a great pick – but it differs in… Continue Reading →
Good afternoon once again live from the Staples Center here in Los Angeles, California. Today at the draft we have a rapid fire round of selections, from round two to round seven. There are no photo ops, no long winded… Continue Reading →
The New York Islanders have traded both of their second round picks (35th and 58th) to Chicago and move up to the 30th overall and select Center Brock Nelson. Just a note of interest, Kevin Connolly announced the pick at… Continue Reading →