There was more fallout from the NHLPA’s mishandling of the sexual abuse allegations by Kyle Beach and the New York Islanders continued to react. Cory Schneider also made his season debut for the Islanders. That would be the Bridgeport Islanders.
All of that and more in today’s NYHN Daily.
Scott Mayfield reacted to the latest news with the NHLPA’s handling of the Kyle Beach sexual abuse allegations in 2010. The Islanders defenseman said it was something that “never should have happened.” On Monday executive director Don Fehr recommended an independent investigation be launched. (NYI Hockey Now)
Cory Schneider made his season debut for the Bridgeport Islanders. It didn’t go as planned in the 5-1 loss on Sunday. (NYI Hockey Now)
The New York Islanders are using their extended stay at home this past week to try and find the killer instinct in their game. (AMNY)
The rumor mill is swirling around Jack Eichel, it’s just a matter of what to believe at this point. So where do things stand on the Jack Eichel front? (Vegas Hockey Now)
As the trade chatter heats up about Jack Eichel, don’t expect the Boston Bruins to be involved. (Boston Hockey Now)
A waiver pickup from last January has become one of the Florida Panthers’ most reliable defensemen and players this season. (Florida Hockey Now)
The Colorado Avalanche will be without Cal Maker for a few games after he was placed on IR on Tuesday. (Colorado Hockey Now)
It was a pretty rough night for the Detroit Red Wings in Montreal. (Detroit Hockey Now)
Conor Sheary has become a key asset in the Nation’s Capital for the Washington Capitals. (Washington Hockey Now)