610.wip: Radio page is listing New York-Philadelphia as a game on it's radio station tonight at 7pm but also list another program.
Islanders website: Has a preview with Josh Bailey's comments as he is set to make his debut tonight as New York travels to London Ontario to face the Philadelphia Flyers.
Scott Gordon talked about how he felt camp was going and is giving Michael Haley another look tonight based on his play in an NHL exhibition game.
Projected lines against Philadelphia.
Andy Sutton - Freddy Meyer
Brett Skinner - Bruno Gervais
Jamie Fraser - Joe Callahan
Jesse Joensuu - Frans Nielsen - Trent Hunter
Blake Comeau - Josh Bailey - Mike Comrie
Sean Bentivoglio - Ben Walter - Tim Jackman
Michael Haley - Jeremy Colliton - Brandon Sugden
NYI Fan Central Comments:
Interesting Tambellini has been working with Nielsen and Hunter but Joensuu is getting the spot on the left side tonight. Obviously the Islanders are going to spot Guerin and this is Bailey's game tonight to debut at center while Comrie plays on a right wing which could be a fallback if Guerin takes a lesser role.
Seems contract extension or not Bruno Gervais may have to impress to receive a spot in the top six on this defense and Hillen reportedly has not looked out of place.
This is a Flyer home game so perhaps we can get some kind of feed from the other team. Isles apparently for unexplained reasons can only show parts of games and then the full game a few days later on ITV.
Sound Tigers website: Has a recap from day six of training camp with Michael Haley's comments about playing tonight's preseason game with New York along with left wing Jesse Joensuu who is the only roster playing who will play in both NHL preseason games.
Mr Botta opened his new blog. I linked it to the sidebar and feeder with too many early updates to recap. Mr Witt, Mr Mears had some updates which the sidebar feeder
has for everyone also.
NHL.com: Adam Kimelman has a feature on Kyle Okposo with his comments he feels ready to play at the NHL level which seemed to have been written before the club departed for Moncton.