Islander News Articles 11/15:

New York Islander Fan Central | 11/15/2007 04:05:00 AM | | | | | | |
Erik Boland: Has an update on Bill Guerin for Thursday's game against Pittsburgh who will wear a protective visor while Ted Nolan talks about the captain's value to the club.

"Something fluky like this is tough because other than that you feel great," Guerin said. "It's not like a wrist or arm or a leg, or something like that where you know you can't skate. Physically you feel fine, it's just this fluke incident that you're missing time for."

"It could have been much worse."

"Just his presence," Nolan said. "His mannerisms, the way he talks to his teammates before the game, the way he gets ready on the bench, the respect factor he has. All the intangibles. He's one of those guys you can get by without for a game or two but more than that, it's tough. We're glad he's back."


In terms of Lighthouse Project reaction in Newsday:
Chris Mascaro & Edin Laikin had positive and negative comments from residents and civic leaders with concerns and praise for the project. Peter KIng: Does on article on how Mr Wang decided on this concept when he visited NHL arena's a few years ago.

Pittsburgh Tribune Review & Pittsburgh Post Gazette: Have the Pens coverage which centered around Kris Letang joining the club to give them the right handed shot they need from the point and struggling Marc Andre Fleury getting the start against the Islanders. DiPietro is quoted about the ten pounds he lost helping his legs as the season progresses. Former Penguin Richard Park had a few words about how dangerous Pittsburgh's powerplay is. Former Sound Tiger Alain Nasreddine cleared waivers and was sent the to Pens AHL team in Scranton.

Ct Post: Michael Fornabaio notes Walter and Bates going to Bridgeport and why Bates can only stay with the Sound Tigers until around Thanksgiving. As usual he's well ahead of the New York papers and has the Pens stories on LeTang and Nasreddine.

Ct Post: Listed the Sound Tigers individual player statistics.

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