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BLACK FRIDAY DEAL COMING? Hamonic Sweepstakes Is Starting To Look Like a Mini-Trade Deadline That Is Coming Up Fast

    When Hamonic’s trade request first broke out it surprised many people, including myself. Per the Isles themselves: it certainly surprised his teammates.  Those I spoke to felt that it might take as long as the NHL trade deadline to move him. However, one day later, that tune changed. Evidently the publicizing of the Hamonic shopping has created a ... Read More »

The Brockalypse Is Coming: Will Brock Nelson Sign In Time?

The Brockalypse is coming as we come down to the wire for Brock Nelson to be signed before training camp (and being sat out for the season). To provide insurance, Garth Snow signed Stever Bernier to a PTO. Bernier is a 3rd line grinder. He can be a short-term power forward who also is capable on the penalty kill. Good energy player and ... Read More »

IslesBeats Good Reads: Psychic Edition

NHL: PuckDaddy’s Ryan Lambert on how difficult it is in this modern day NHL to be a 50 goal scorer.  There will be “spotters” in the NHL stands looking for signs of player concussions. Read Mike Halford’s report citing NHL VP Bill Daly’s interview in Le Journal de Montreal for more on this.    ISLES: The boys over at WGBB (Sportstalk ... Read More »

IslesBeat’s Good Reads – Ice Girls Goeth, ESPN’s NHL Fantasy Sports top 300, and Cody Franson to Sabres?

The UFA pool gets smaller and smaller with puck moving defensemen. Ehrhoff signs in LA for peanuts on a 1-year deal. Now Cody Franson might be getting a 2-year deal from the Buffalo Sabres.   Puck Daddy on what NHLers are taught/told about Rape and Domestic Violence   Travis Yost with a good piece on TSN about Individual Point Percentages and ... Read More »

IslesBeats Good Reads: NHL Drama Edition

We all knew this was coming…. The NHLPA has filed a grievance on behalf of Mike Richards contesting the termination of his contract by the LA Kings. — NHLPA (@NHLPA) August 10, 2015 PuckDaddy with their take on it.  Forbes with their take on how NHLPA has a good case against the NHL.    The Patrick Kane situation is a ... Read More »

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