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.

Waivers New Year: Kearns, Holmstrom on

Today, the 12th day before the regular season, is in the CBA as the start of the “Playing Season Waiver Period,” the first day that players can be placed on waivers to be sent down. The Islanders got

Group I Players/Group II Players: Thursday notes

Feel like trying to read the tea leaves? Here’s how the groups were broken up today, though if they knew whether one group or the other is playing Saturday up here, it wasn’t readily available (pairs

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

Welp, back to work: Weekend notes

Some vacations are better than others. This one, we’ll leave it alone. Stuff happens, yeah? Anyway. Senators to Belleville will reportedly be announced Monday, leaving Binghamton in the market for a