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Keep smilin', JB.
Keep smilin', JB.
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Islanders links

  • Johnny Boychuk comes into this season expecting big things from himself and his teammates. Also, please note the Edmonton-based writer's repeated questions about Boychuk's surprising comfort with the Islanders organization. It's like a sociological study. [NHL.com]
  • Coming to a Brooklyn building near you: billboaards trumpeting the borough's newest residents. [NY Daily News]
  • Bidders for the bankrupt Twin Rinks complex at Eisenhower Park include Charles Wang. [Newsday]
  • Meanwhile, while that goes on behind the scenes, Matt Martin's hockey camp at Twin Rinks has been a great time for the kids. [Islanders]
  • The Sound Tigers check in with their favorite Euros to see what they're up to now.
  • John Schiavo (along with Doug Weight) checks in from Saturday's Muscle Skate for Adriana charity event:

    Great time playing in the muscle skate for Adriana last night! What a game for a great cause! #muscleskate

    A photo posted by John Schiavo (@jschiavo44) on



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  • Cody Eakin and the Stars agreed to a four-year contract extension. [Defending Big D]
  • The Red Wings have a new statistics analyst that shares a name with a defenseman. But they're different dudes. [WIIM]
  • Puck Daddy takes a look at how the NHL educates its players about domestic and sexual abuse. The results are predictable and woefully, frighteningly inadequate. [Bloomberg]
  • In other sad Hockey Hall of Famer news: beloved Habs legend Henri Richard is suffering from Alzheimers. [Yahoo.ca]
  • Devils fans are hoping Adam Henrique can find yet another level. [In Lou We (still) Trust]
  • For those keeping score, Taylor Hall is 23 years old:
  • Not hockey: RIP Wes Craven.