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Quine/The Constant Question(s): Wednesday notes

The group I was in with new Islanders owner Jon Ledecky today was very concerned with ice quality. (The team is confident in it; they didn’t think it was bad to begin with and think it’s improving.)

Quine up (again): Tuesday notes

Team photo day, and Alan Quine joins the grand old tradition of the likes of Sean Bergenheim and Rob Collins: Players who will appear in the photo, totally, really, we mean it. He was called up this

Playoffs? Don’t… etc.: Lehigh Valley postgame

The Islanders sent Bracken Kearns, Alan Quine and Ross Johnston back down tonight. Insert your “too late” joke here. “We know we can’t do that again,” Mike Halmo said. “We’ve got three games to the

Quine, Kearns, Pelech recalled (updated)

Should be the big night for Alan Quine tonight: looks like he’ll make his NHL debut after the Islanders called up him, Bracken Kearns and, ending a brief conditioning stint, Adam Pelech. The Big Club

Gibson up/Pelech down/Quine POTW (Monday running)

The Islanders announced earlier this morning that Christopher Gibson has been called up under emergency conditions. J.F. Berube’s day-to-day, lower body. Ryan Pulock is expected back in for them

Who’s scruffy-lookin’? Wilkes-Barre postgame

It’s always nice when someone gives you the quote so you don’t have to say it. “It was an ugly game,” Brent Thompson said. Weird, for sure. “It was a hard-fought game. Guys really sacrificed a lot

Sure shots: Portland postgame

“At the end of the day, we’re a team that has to shoot the puck,” Brent Thompson said. “We’re going to generate chances getting the puck on net and winning the hard areas.” Um, yeah. It’s a special

Defensive forward: Portland postgame

Y’ever play defense, Tanner Fritz? “No. Not like that,” he said after he set up the winning goal Saturday. “I was pretty nervous going out there, and right away there’s a rush against me.” Cameron

Nine and a hundred: Quine/Halmobox

Blew off two milestones: RankNameGPG-A-Pts 7Trent Hunter15060-76-136 8Justin Mapletoft 24047-83-130 9Alan Quine181*44-79-123 10Aaron Ness28023-100-123 …………. 16Sean Bentivoglio22641-68-109

Points in 11: Lehigh Valley postgame

Jake Brenk goes the full Terry Koharski in this one in the last 10 minutes, as a stick rides up and catches Justin Vaive up high; tough to tell where, can’t tell whose, and I didn’t catch the stick