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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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Kieffer Bellows Finally Gets the Call from the Isles

The New York Islanders have recalled forward Kieffer Bellows from their AHL affiliate, the Bridgeport Sound Tigers. Bellows is a former first-round pick, 19th overall for the Isles in the 2016 NHL draft. His prospect profile reads that Bellows is a skilled power forward who can dominate games and fill ...

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Brasqo: Let The Boy Grow – The Kieffer Bellows Situation

With the NHL pre-season coming to a close, it’s time to make assumptions and lose our minds over the NY Islanders personnel decisions. One such controversy, already, is the handling of Kieffer Bellows. Let the boy grow.   Closing ceremonies of the NHL pre-season is upon us, and I don’t ...

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Bellows Ready To Breakthrough

“There were situations last season where he wouldn’t go three or four games without a goal, but he always focused on getting chances and doing the right things.” That’s how Mike Johnston described the kind of player Kieffer Bellows is when it comes to adversity. Johnston, was Bellows head coach ...

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