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Ins and outs: Springfield postgame

No, look, the shots were weird: Shots on goal may have been 13-4 after one and 21-10 after two, but the Thunderbirds had chances on which they misfired. Ironically enough, in the third, when

Pulock out, Boulton waived

Dennis Seidenberg delayed the inevitable, right, that Bridgeport was eventually going to be down to one or two from the Pulock/Pelech/Mayfield group for the long haul. But that comes at Ryan Pulock’s

Waivers Day: Monday notes

The news of the morning came from the Island: P.A. Parenteau, presumptive top-line winger, is on waivers. Today was the last day to put guys on the wire to be flexible for tomorrow’s 5 p.m.

Transaction Thursday

Bridgeport got a slew of players today and sent out over half as many itself. The Islanders announced as we got back from practice that Scott Mayfield is on waivers to come down, and another nine were

Home-grown: Islanders postgame

Not only was it a Sound Tigers-heavy lineup, but it was a Sound Tigers-heavy penalty kill (and penalty ledger). One minute into the game, and there were Connor Jones, Colin Markison, and ol’ reliables

Your, or somebody’s, New York Islanders: Exhibition pregame

I suspect that for people who want to come see NHL stars in their backyard, this may be a little underwhelming array: No Ovi (hey, that was a dream), no Tavares, etc., though a little Braden Holtby

Tomorrow’s lineup today

Tarik El-Bashir tweeted Saturday’s lineups earlier this evening, and it includes all four Islanders first-round draft picks of the past few years and an assortment of current and former Sound Tigers.

Defensive depth: Wednesday notes

A conceivably big signing for Bridgeport: veteran defenseman Dennis Seidenberg. Obviously that’s not a signing for Bridgeport, but it adds a body to the New York Islanders’ mix on defense. The Big

Debut win: Monday notes

The Big Club opened its exhibition season with a win over a Flyers split-squad team in Brooklyn tonight; Josh Ho-Sang scored a reported beauty, Michael Dal Colle got an empty-netter, and two guys

Islanders-Caps Oct. 1 (and opener Oct. 15)

The Islanders’ preseason schedule, just announced, includes a game here Oct. 1 at 7 p.m. against the Washington Capitals. Ticket info, from the press release: Webster Bank Arena, home of the Islanders