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New york Islanders, Zach Parise

The New York Islanders hit the ice on Thursday for the first day of training camp. It’s the start of a big season for New York, as it’s another chance to prove people wrong after a lackluster 2021-22 season.

Here are the New York Islanders and NHL stories to know for today.

NYI Hockey Now: The New York Islanders signed three players on Wednesday, two returnees and one new player. Read up on their contracts, their importance to the organization as well as the stories from the last week. New York Islanders.

NYI Hockey Now: The Islanders had a lackluster 2021-22 season. Their failures led to a coaching change, from soon-to-be Hall of Fame head coach Barry Trotz to his longtime assistant Lane Lambert. The Islanders did not make many additions, the main one being defenseman Alexander Romanov. New York Islanders.

NYI Hockey Now: It’s that time again, folks. New York Islanders training camp began on Wednesday, with Thursday being the first on-ice portion at Northwell Ice Center in East Meadow, NY. At the organization’s 14th annual golf outing, we caught up with New York Islanders general manager Lou Lamoriello, who explained how training camp would run this year. New York Islanders.

NYI Hokey Now: The Islanders had three goaltenders attend rookie camp, in Jakub Skarek, Henrik Tikkanen, and Tristan Lennox. Here are our observations, and analysis, along with quotes on the New York Islanders goalie prospects. New York Islanders.

NYI Hockey Now:  Re-live Zdeno Chara’s final game of his NHL career, a game filled with magic, emotion, and honor. You will get chills. New York Islanders.

NYI Hockey Now: Tuesday, Sept. 20, marked the conclusion of Islanders rookie camp. Over the course of the last week, 22 New York Islanders skaters, along with three goaltenders, hit the ice to showcase their skill sets. Here’s our analysis and observations. New York Islanders.

NYI Hockey Now: Islanders forward Mathew Barzal sat down with Elliotte Friedman and Jeff Marek of the ‘32 Thoughts’ podcast during NHL media week up in Vegas,  answering a ton of questions, including one’s about his teammate, Ilya Sorokin. New York Islanders.

NYI Hockey Now: Week two of the NFL season is in the books, but with a new week comes a new promo courtesy of DraftKings sportsbook. Although the new promo does not guarantee you money, a successful $5 bet will land you a free $200. New York Islanders.

Boston Hockey Now: Boston Bruins general manager Don Sweeney was ready for the onslaught of David Pastrnak questions as Bruins training camp got underway Wednesday at Warrior Arena. Boston Bruins.

Washington Hockey Now: Washington Capitals defenseman Vincent Iorio skates into the boards, raising his arms in celebration and letting out a huge “woo!” after scoring a goal in a drill at camp. His enthusiasm is contagious; whether it’s chatting with Alex Ovechkin at informal skates or joking around with best friends Hendrix Lapierre, Haakon Hanelt, and other prospects, he automatically makes those around him smile wide with him. Washington Capitals.

Philly Hockey Now: On the eve of training camp, the Philadelphia Flyers announced some changes to their hockey-operations department Wednesday. They hired Tommy Alva as their head trainer, Jeff Taylor as physical therapist/rehab coordinator, and Gavin McClelland as data engineer, according to general manager Chuck Fletcher. Philadelphia Flyers.

Montreal Hockey Now: As the Montreal Canadiens prepare to open their main training camp, one of the biggest questions surrounding the roster is the current form of Brendan Gallagher. There’s no avoiding it, Gallagher, like the majority of the team, struggled last season. Montreal Canadiens.

Colorado Hockey Now: Colorado Avalanche head coach Jared Bednar believes that he has three options for the second-line center with the addition of Evan Rodrigues. He said they “will take a good long hard look at (Alex) Newhook and (Mikko) Rantanen as an option. Colorado Avalanche.

Vegas Hockey Now: Nicolas Hague is the Golden Knight’s only remaining restricted free agent. He was not one of the 67 players named to the team’s training camp roster on Tuesday and will reportedly not attend training camp until a new contract is signed between him and the team. Vegas Hockey Now.