Islander News Articles 1/6

New York Islander Fan Central | 1/06/2009 12:19:00 AM | | | | |
Sports Network: Recaps Edmonton's 3-2 win against the Islanders along with Associated Press here which notes a loss Thursday ties the franchise record from 72-73 for most consecutive games on the road without a win.

Newsday: Greg Logan's coverage has Scott Gordon's comments on the officiating in the Islanders 3-2 loss and a team official reporting nothing is wrong with goaltender Rick DiPietro.

Newsday: Mr Logan's other article has comments from Doug Weight and Bill Guerin about the Islanders long-term plans and whether one or both would be traded and how that may effect the other.

Newsday: Mr Logan's late entry in the Islanders Newsday blog has more from his press conference on the officiating from head coach Scott Gordon with Rick DiPietro on why he did not play while Joey MacDonald talks about the winning goal.

Edmonton Sun & Edmonton Journal: Recaps the Oilers 3-2 against the Islanders Monday.

Edmonton Sun: Robert Tychkowski has Bill Guerin's comments on the Islanders lockeroom and how things have been good among the players despite the record.

Edmonton Sun: Derek Van Diest had defenseman Mark Streit's comments about why he signed with the Islanders who praised the organization and despite the record is very happy he signed here. Scott Gordon comments and credited his strong play and lobbied for him being named to the All-Star team.

CamWest News: Joanne Ireland has Oilers coach Craig MacTavish who credited the Islanders hard work and felt the record does not reflect the results.

Mr Botta at Point Blank had some comments from Team Sweden officials about David Ullstrom after Monday's loss for the Islanders prospect at the WJC along with some postgame against Edmonton here.

Ct Post: Michael Fornabaio's article was on Sound Tigers Pascal Morency with head coach Jack Capuano's comments.

Ct Post: Mr Fornabaio's Sound Tigers weekly among several items has questions with defenseman Chris Lee and all-star rosters released for team Canada Tuesday at 2 p.m. The 24-man PlanetUSA roster comes out Wednesday.

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