1/21/09

Islander News Articles 1/22

New York Islander Fan Central | 1/21/2009 10:06:00 PM
Associated Press & Sports Network: Had the recaps of New York's 2-1 win against Anaheim.

Newsday: Greg Logan recaps the Islanders 2-1 win against Anaheim with comments from head coach Scott Gordon about his goaltender, Yann Danis.

Newsday: Mr Logan has more from Scott Gordon on the state of the Islanders goaltending, specifically Yann Danis while Doug Weight skated with his comments.

Daily News : Peter Botte's coverage of the Islanders 2-1 win against Anaheim with Scott Gordon and Yann Danis comments.

NY Post: Dan Martin's short space has a few words from Yann Danis and Frans Nielsen.

Orange County Register: Dan Wood game coverage with staff writer Curtis Zupke's blog here.

WHEC.com:Robin De Wind has a feature on former Islander Steve Webb a member of Student Athlete Leadership Program as he visited Eastridge High School.

Windsor Star: Jim Parker reports Islander prospect Josh Bailey will be with his old team this weekend and drop the puck for Friday's game.

AHL.com: Reports Bridgeport won in Albany on Wednesday 4-2. Nate Lawson had twenty one saves for Bridgeport.

1. BRI Iggulden, (18) (Joensuu, Marcinko), 0:56
1. ALB Dwyer, (10) (Samson, Helminen), 4:44
1. BRI Sixsmith, (1) (MacDonald, Nikiforov), 9:45
3. BRI Smith, (21) (Lee, Walter), 4:51
3. ALB Rodney, (1) (Flood, Blanchard), 16:37
3. BRI Pitton, (2) (Haskins), 18:15 (SH)

Ct Post: Michael Fornabaio's game coverage and blog here.

Albany Times Union: Pete Dougherty has a game article and the coaches video for the paper.

Troy Record: Also has coverage of Bridgeport's win.

Sorry folks but Thursday will be a very busy day, not sure I will fill in any more articles.







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