New York Islander Fan Central | 8/13/2007 05:39:00 AM | | |
Sloppy work here by the Hockey Forecaster on this feature posted on August 10th. How can they include Bergenheim, but not Tambellini, Frans Nielsen, who saw significant stretches with the club last year?

To say nothing about, Blake Comeau, Petteri Nokelainen or Jeremy Colliton?

Anyway here is their article.

More often than not, NHL clubs introduce at least one rookie into their lineup every year. And a pretty decent crop, led by a few sure-fire freshmen, is next in line this season. We take an team-by-team look at which of these players may have cracked their respective squads' lineups by the end of September...

Sean Bergenheim has 46 NHL games under his belt so he's not Calder eligible, but by no means is he a veteran. Playing last season in Russia and Sweden because of a contract dispute, the talented winger is signed now and will have every opportunity to fill a top-six role with the club.