Seeking to avoid another year ferrying to Bridgeport, the Swede takes his services to the KHL.
After two years in Bridgeport, the Oklahoman and U. of Denver product is positioned to take an NHL role.
A very concussion-like "upper body injury" may have been all that kept the Swede from being in the same conversation as Brock Nelson.
Will the 2009 pick ever be healthy enough, long enough, for us to enjoy his skating and passing at the NHL level?
The DU product got a taste of AHL life at the end of the season, where he hopes to adjust to the speed of the game in 2013-14.
If you're pessimistic on Kevin Poulin, he hasn't been the same since the injury -- or worse, perhaps that "same" was an illusion.
Known for his defensive acumen heading into the 2012 NHL Draft, Pelech added some offense this year in his third season in the OHL.
Pedan is one of several prospects who will elevate the size and snarl on the organization's blueline.
The big Swede finally figured out what was ailing him this season, so 2013-14 could end up being a necessary fresh start.
Still exhibiting a mix of disappointment and determination, the 20-year-old forward looks to earn an NHL job again next fall.
The New York Islanders give an ex-Acadia, Alaska, Peoria and Spokane scrapper his first NHL contract.
New York Islanders 2010 first-round draft pick Brock Nelson played his first NHL game in an elimination playoff game.
Before the parent club's first playoff game since 2007, the Sound Tigers remind us how many current Islanders were once Baby Isles in Bridgeport.