"We had plenty of offers," Sutton said of the signing process. "I was really holding out to get things right with the Islanders . . . This is a team on the up-and-up and making a lot of changes for the good. I really liked where the organization was going. It was a no-brainer for me."
"It will be great," Sutton said. "I've always loved playing with goalies that like to play the puck. With the new rules and the way guys chip [the puck in] and you can't rub them out or get in the way much anymore, having a goalie like that is so valuable. Ricky's so good with it, I just have to get open and give him an outlet and talk to him. There's really not much of an adjustment."
"Everything has been so top-notch," Sutton said. "Players around the league should really know that the New York Islanders are making changes, and they're a very solid franchise."
Michael Fornabaio had a brief Sound Tigers blog update in the Ct Post.
Times and Transcript had four more articles Friday, two on how fans could not get into the arena because of problems getting fans to seats Aiming high for hockey City must get act together at the Coliseum captions of the Ted Nolan golf tournament and Isles prospects win are featured here and
Kimber Auerbach has an article on the Sound Tigers website about the prospects win Thursday.
Michael Fornabaio interviews Sound Tigers coach Jack Capuano and previews next week's camp opening in Shelton here.