Names like Oliver Wahlstrom, Kieffer Bellows and Simon Holmstrom are ones that usually capture the imagination of New York Islanders fans when it comes to the prospect pool in AHL Bridgeport. However, there are a few other names that fans will want to keep an eye on whenever the 2020-21 AHL season begins.
The Islanders prospect pool has thinned out a bit in the past few years, but Bridgeport Sound Tigers head coach Brent Thompson believes that there are a few pieces on the upcoming roster that could develop into something special for the Islanders.
He recently spoke with NYI Hockey Now about three Sound Tigers that fit that bill.
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