3/18/08

Islander News Articles 3/19:

New York Islander Fan Central | 3/18/2008 10:12:00 PM
Newsday: Greg Logan reports has Kyle Okposo's comments on his debut and the move he made for his third period chance. Ted Nolan questioned his veterans play and credited the young players for their hard work in the loss.

Newsday: Greg Logan reports Rick DiPietro for the second time in two seasons will have season-ending hip surgery Wednesday at Steadman Clinic in Vail, Colorado an NHL source said. DiPietro is expected to recover in time for training camp in September.

NYI Fan Central Comments:
At least it's not the same hip he had surgery on last year. He looked great against Montreal and solid against Florida so hard to tell if anything was bothering him. Ted
Nolan put to rest any rift reported by outside media like Bruce Garrioch who clearly did not watch the Tampa game.

Newsday: Mark Herrmann's article goes from Kyle Okposo's debut to the state of the franchise back to 1993 and how they have to improve while giving them their due but need more scoring to go with their grit and perhaps some luck to land a franchise player in this year's draft. Ted Nolan comments.

TheStar.com: Mark Zwolinski covers the Leafs win.

Globe & Mail: Tim Wharnsby has Bryan McCabe's comments on the win along with Leaf centric coverage along with the Toronto Sun here.

Ct Post: Michael Fornabaio reports the Sound Tigers have signed Tyler Mosienko, grandson of the legendary Bill Mosienko, to a pro tryout contract with his comments at Jack Capunano's.

Bridgeport Sound Tigers at Worcester Sharks
WHEN — Tonight, 7:05
WHERE — DCU Center, Worcester, Mass.
ON THE AIR — Webcast and B2 Networks Internet pay-per-view at www.soundtigers.com

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