Blurbs from the week in New York Islanders and NHL hockey news.
Kirill Petrov's KHL contract with Kazan complicates matters, but his talent still makes him deserving of a place on the Top 25 Islanders Under 25 list.
New York Islanders 2008 draft pick Kirill Petrov has elected to re-sign with KHL Ak Bars Kazan, meaning the Islanders will have to wait a couple of more years to get a crack at the 22-year-old forward.
The IIHF World Championship rosters feature former New York Islander Jesse Joensuu for Finland; future Islanders hopeful Kirill Petrov's KHL contract finally ends.
The New York Islanders' AHL affiliate Bridgeport Sound Tigers were swept out of the playoffs, but some important prospects elevated their game.
The New York Islanders have a lot of interesting prospects in the system from NCAA to the CHL to Europe to the AHL. Here's a look at how they're doing.
Wrapping up the beginning of the season for the Islanders AHL team Bridgeport and their prospects in Junior, College and around the world.
Kirill Petrov represents an enticing but enigmatic prospect on the New York Islanders Top 25 Under 25.