And here begins the 16th(!) season of Lighthouse Hockey.
In which William Dufour joins the fine tradition of reporting in the "best shape in [his] life."
Mike and Dan recap some notable events of the last week including some Islanders press junkets, rookie camp and Josh Bailey’s goodbye and PTO with Ottawa.
Also: The Maven predicts Parise will return for 2024.
An old #6 pops up from the other side of the planet.
Bridgeport’s new head coach leads the Islanders’ future depth players to kick off 2023-24.
Lighthouse Hockey is still here. We think?
Also: Josh Bailey says farewell and thank you, and see you at the grocery store.
Rookie camp begins in a couple of days, and Lou beep-boop-bop.
From a sincere wondering if we’re ready for this shit, to a philosophical question about Adventureland, this Mail Bag podcast has it all.
Of course Chara is running marathons and stuff for fun.
Look, we’re still weeks away, and we’re not gonna pretend anything big is happening.
I read that Snow interview and it didn’t affect me at all. Am I wrong? Or just numb?
Mike and Dan get together in the middle of a quiet summer to discuss an interview with former Islanders GM Garth Snow that tries (and fails) to change people’s opinions about the events of July 1, 2018.
We’re here, we’re just in low-power mode.
Alright, not "news" exactly, but ways to pass the time.
Maybe I’ll go backhand again, or maybe I’ll go five-hole before the starting gun has gone off.
On Puckdoku, Thomas Vanek’s well-traveled late career, and what Kyle Palmieri needs to provide in 2023-24.
Also, evaluating Sorokin’s extension.
It’s been quiet but there are some minor items to beat into the ground.
The Islanders get their last key RFA’s name on the dotted line.