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Day 2: Evaluating Grabovski and Kulemin signings

Nikolai Kulemin is a "former 30 goal scorer" in the say way Brad Boyes is a "former 40 goal scorer," but Kulemin's running mate Mikhail Grabovski may make the package deal worth it for the New York...

Kule-Grabs II: Now, where do all the forwards fit?


It didn't take long, after the New York Islanders signed Mikhail Grabovsky and Nikolai Kulemin, for the next question to emerge: Where does everyone fit in this crowded lineup?

And then this: Isles Sign Grabovski, Kulemin

The New York Islanders have signed forwards Nikolai Kulemin and Mikhail Grabovski to four-year contracts, for a reported $16.75 million and $20 million, respectively.

[Bits] Dust Settles, Names are Named


NHL news and notes for Islanders fans. Lots of players have new addresses after the first day of free agency. Some of those new names play for the Islanders.


T.J. Brennan: AHL D Stat Comparables

Here is how new Islanders signing TJ Brennan compares with some of the top AHL defensemen the past couple seasons, as far as offensive statistical production.


Closer Look: Evaluating Isles free agent signings

None were considered major, but a few New York Islanders free agent signings could be real asset in next year's campaign. Let's quickly go over some of their statistics, both fancy and otherwise,...

Depth Adds: Conacher, Skille, Mallrat


With some new signings, a friendly reminder that the New York Islanders' AHL affiliate in Bridgeport was very bad in 2013-14.

[Free Agency Thread 2]: Ex-Isles find new homes

The New York islanders addressed a couple of depth needs at the opening of free agency. But the big moves, and the big headlines, are laced with swings, misses and regrets from the Isles' recent past.

While Boyle chooses Rangers, Isles sign Brennan


T.J. Brennan is an intriguing signing for the Islanders, as he was considered Toronto's top defenseman for their AHL affiliate, yet the Leafs never recalled him despite 72 points in 76 games.

Isles complete goalie tandem with Chad Johnson


In signing former Bruins backup Chad Johnson, the Islanders fully address their longest-running unsettled position.

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