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Brewer: Wahlstrom has earned a larger role for the Isles

The Islanders have taken on the label of a “win now” team. The plethora of veteran players and more importantly, their contracts, have been the biggest contribution. Though the locker room has a mix of veterans, there are some very important pieces to the long-term future of the franchise. Obviously ...

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Islanders Benefiting from Internal Reinforcements

For the first time in a long, long time, the Islanders have bolstered their lineup with players from within the organization. Even if it wasn’t general manager Lou Lamoriello’s intention heading into this season – he picked up Dymtro Timashov from the Detroit Red Wings before the beginning of the ...

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Islanders Beauvillier returns to the lineup tonight vs. Sabres

Tonight marks the return of New York Islanders forward, Anthony Beauvillier.  Beauvillier was injured on January 26th with a lower-body injury. Although Beauvillier was not off to a great start statistically, his missing presence has been a hole in the lineup. At times in the 2020 playoffs, Beauvillier carried the ...

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What’s Next for Ilya Sorokin?

For years, Islanders fans have anxiously awaited the arrival of netminder Ilya Sorokin.  They pinned their hopes on a 25-year-old goalie who they rarely saw in-game action outside of YouTube clips and the occasional Twitter or blog update. No matter. The accounts of his excellent play in Russia in the ...

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Ho-Sang staying in SHL with Linkoping HC

Former Islander’s first-round pick Joshua Ho-Sang was reassigned to Linkoping Hockey Club, another team in Sweden, on Sunday afternoon. The move comes after Ho-Sang’s loan with Orebro was terminated after playing just five games with the club. In his five games with Orebro, Ho-Sang picked up just one assist. The 2014 ...

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Islanders ink Robin Salo to entry-level deal

The Islanders officially signed defenseman Robin Salo, their second-round pick from the 2017 entry draft, to a two-year contract on Friday afternoon. The contract Salo and the organization agreed on counts toward this season, despite him finishing his season in the Swedish Hockey League with Orebro HK. Salo could have ...

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Josh Ho-Sang and Orebro “Go Separate Ways”

After just five games with Orebro of the Swedish Hockey League, the top tier professional hockey league in Sweden, playing alongside New York Islanders’ prospect Robin Salo, Josh Ho-Sang’s loan is over. According to the team, the 2014 first-round pick had issues with his fitness. Even with his 11-month layoff ...

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