WASHINGTON – Before Game 1 between the Islanders and Washington Capitals, questions loomed about how the Islanders would be able to contain the Caps high-power offense without Travis Hamonic. 411 more words
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One day before opening their playoff series against Washington, the Islanders were extremely tight-lipped on the status of injured defenseman Travis Hamonic.
“It’s undisclosed and there’s no timetable,” head coach Jack Capuano said, … 175 more words
Calvin de Haan will return to the Islanders lineup tonight.
The Islanders’ defenseman will take the place of Travis Hamonic, who left Friday’s game with an undisclosed injury. 84 more words
After being a healthy scratch on Saturday in New Jersey, Calvin de Haan is back in the lineup tonight against the Minnesota Wild.
Islanders’ Head Coach Jack Capuano announced the change following the team’s morning skate at Nassau Coliseum. 179 more words
Johnny Boychuk has cashed in.
On Thursday, the Islanders announced they’ve signed Boychuk, their leading d-man scorer, to a seven-year, $42 million extension that carries an average annual cap hit of $6 million. 238 more words