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New York Islanders, Fisherman Jersey, Reverse Retro

You made it to the weekend! Congratulations are in order. Next week, hockey is back, well at least some version of hockey as the New York Islanders prospects will be on the ice later next week followed by the starting of training camp on Sept. 21.

Here are the New York Islanders and NHL stories to know for today! Enjoy your weekend.

NYI Hockey Now: We have learned some more information about the New York Islanders 2022-23 Reverse Retro. It might not look the way you think it will look. New York Islanders.

NYI Hockey Now: The New York Islanders have not played an outdoor game since 2014. Here are three potential outdoor locations, opponents, if the NHL were to give the Islanders another opportunity. New York Islanders.

NYI Hockey Now: As the 2022-23 season fastly approaches, the New York Islanders are a team with way more questions than answers at this moment and time. Last Monday, while on Hockey Night in New York, I discussed some of the significant question marks surrounding the Islanders, but let’s dive through as many as we can here. New York Islanders.

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Pittsburgh Penguins: Former Pittsburgh Penguins winger Zach Aston-Reese most likely has a new team. On Friday, the formerly undrafted free agent, who sets analytics tongues wagging with over-the-top defensive numbers, signed a PTO with the Toronto Maple Leafs.  Pittsburgh Penguins.

Philly Hockey Now: For the first time in his career, Philadelphia Flyers right winger Owen Tippett goes into a training camp with a job that looks extremely secure. But the player known as “Tip” isn’t taking anything for granted. Philadelphia Flyers.

Washington Hockey Now: Washington Capitals center Dylan Strome hears the countdown and rushes back to the goal line. He stops on one edge before doubling over, eventually taking a knee and trying to recapture his breath. Aliaksei Protas does the same, and at that point, Hershey Bears forward Ethen Frank is down on the ice, exhausted and lying down as he recharges. Alex Ovechkin and Evgeny Kuznetzov were also hunched over. More from the informal skate. Washington Hockey Now.

Colorado Hockey Now: Some more Colorado Avalanche on-ice video from Brennan Vogt, whose twitter handle is @avsterritory and who is soon to be a part-time member of the Colorado Hockey Now team. Alexandar Georgiev continues to participate in informal team skates, and here’s some video shot by Brennan of him. Colorado Avalanche.

Vegas Hockey Now: We’re currently in the calm before the storm when it comes to hockey season. The Vegas Golden Knights will be releasing their training camp roster any moment now. Some NHL teams have already done so.  Also what’s going on with Nicholas Hague? Vegas Golden Knights.

San Jose Hockey Now: There’s no doubt that Thomas Bordeleau impressed in his brief stint with the San Jose Sharks last year. Read up on what scouts said regarding his 2022 World Juniors performance. San Jose Sharks.

Calgary Hockey Now: Darryl Sutter inherited a mess. The Calgary Flames head coach came in midway through the 2021 season and noticed immediately the conditioning was abysmal. At least by NHL standards. In year two, Sutter looks for improvement in the club’s conditioning. Calgary Flames.

Vancouver Hockey Now: Last season wasn’t the most pleasant experience for current Vancouver Canucks assistant coach Mike Yeo in terms of wins and losses, but he did learn a lot in his 2/3rds of a season as interim head coach of the Philadelphia Flyers. It was a team short on talent that remains in a somewhat discombobulated rebuilding transition. The position has since been filled by John Tortorella. Yeo spoke about his experience. Vancouver Canucks.