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Islanders News: Greiss gives, Fall Out, Ho-Sang, Oliver hope

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It’s a Friday and it’s the last day of August, which means...tomorrow we can say training camp is “this month”!

Islanders Reading

  • That Fall Out Boy (is that the proper reference?) pandered to Islanders fans with their concert at Nassau Coliseum. [LHH | Islanders Insight | Newsday]
  • Oliver Wahlstrom is our boy at #3 on the Top 25 Under 25. You can surely deduce the order of the top two. [LHH]
  • The Destination Hockey podcast spoke with “the billboard” founder and Arthur Staple, who begins around the 25:00 mark. “There’s a spot available if Ho-Sang wants to grab it.” [Hunter Don Chamber Radio]
  • Thomas Greiss again gives to military families through his hockey camp. [NHL]
  • Former Isle Keith Aucoin calls it a career. [Lowell]
  • As do thirtysomething Sound Tigers Patrick Cullity and Kane Lafranchise, who are off to jobs in the private sector. RIP to one of the great names this organization has seen in some time. [Soundin Off]
  • Former Sound Tiger Jesse Graham lands in AHL Utica. [Utica]

Elsewhere

  • The Flames have signed new acquisition and 21-year-old Noah Hanifin to a six year deal worth almost $30 million. [M&G | TSN]
  • Will that #91 guy’s decision to go to free agency affect the decision of other prominent free agents this year? [National Post]
  • Sportsnet finishes its top 100 countdown with the top 10. [Sportsnet]
  • Ryan Johansen has matured but also evolved, in impressive ways. [TSN]
  • Antti Raanta can prove he’s among the league’s best. [THN]
  • Is Todd Reirden Barry Switzer? {NBC]
  • Fair to say that Agent Allan Walsh is tired of the Canadiens’ crap with Client Max Pacioretty. [TSN]
  • P.K. Subban is still upset that things were cut short in Montreal. [TSN]