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Thoughts to Ottawa/McDonald on waivers: Wednesday notes

Thoughts and prayers with the people of Ottawa. Jeez. The mundane organizational news broke not long after practice broke up here and possibly did on the Island as well: Colin McDonald has been placed

Taking aim at the A with ‘A’s: end of preseason notes

I asked Mike Halmo what the ‘A’ meant to him. He thought I said the aim, meaning for tomorrow, and said “The guys are excited. We’ve been cooped up a while. I think everybody’s ready to play for

Rearranged lineup: Wednesday practice

Missing today were Andrew Rowe and Tyler Shattock, let go from their tryouts, and Loic Leduc, sent to Stockton. All three got praise from Brent Thompson, who said Leduc may have been the most-improved
Categories: Lee, Transactions

Lee, Pulock to Bridgeport

The Islanders got to 23 this afternoon, and as long as they’re here, last cuts Anders Lee and Ryan Pulock could be big pieces for Bridgeport. Lee was one of the big guns on the first line. Pulock’s
Categories: Lee, Pulock

Ness, Lee qualify/schedule (one day)/Friday notes

Agent Neil Sheehy reports that Aaron Ness accepted his qualifying offer. He probably won’t be the team’s most-experienced AHLer again, but as of now he still stands to be the “veteran” defenseman.

So they’ve won 12 of 14*

Halmo steps on ice, levels Kessel. Already a fan favorite.— Arthur Staple (@StapeNewsday) February 28, 2014 Not a bad start to the NHL career. A few big hits (four in all in 9:01), a few plays

Recalls in units: Top line goes up

In every game in which Ryan Strome has played for Bridgeport since Oct. 30, the top line has been Anders Lee-Strome-Mike Halmo. The New York Islanders have the option of deploying that line together
Categories: Halmo, Lee, Strome

Net-front presence: Hartford postgame

So thanks to Anders Lee for giving me tonight’s lead last night. All those things Lee talked about last night? They did ’em today. Good night, everybody. ….. Of course Hartford’s in about as bad a
Categories: Hartford, Lee, Milner, Postgame

Defend by offending

“We got pucks in deep, but they were very efficient breaking the puck out,” Scott Pellerin said. “They were able to hit their low center a lot. We weren’t able to make the adjustment to keep the puck