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Islanders release 13 from training camp as returnees join the mix Sunday
Caseley reassigned to junior A Valley Wildcats by Halifax Mooseheads
Noah Dobson feels ready for the NHL
Strong P.E.I. presence in Grand Falls
Charlottetown Islanders lose to Titan in QMJHL pre-season action
Senators sign Colin White to long-term deal
The Ottawa Senators have signed Colin White to a six-year, $28.75-million extension, a promising sign for a club that has pledged to build for the future. White, who had been a restricted free agent, established himself as a solid full-time NHL ...
Conor MacEachern eager to wear UPEI Panthers’ jersey this fall
Conor MacEachern got a taste of playing hockey at a high level on Prince Edward Island last season and wants to add more to his resumé. He’ll get that opportunity wearing the jersey of a team he grew up watching. The graduate of the ...
UPDATE: Islanders cut seven as roster reduction begins
The Charlottetown Islanders have trimmed its training camp roster by seven. The Islanders released defencemen Nicolas Bourque and Lucas MacAulay plus forwards Cameron Brown, Charles-Olivier Nadeau, Michael Horth, Kurtis Lang and Luke Akerman after ...
New QMJHL central scouting director worked for Charlottetown Islanders
A former Charlottetown Islanders scout is the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League’s new director of central scouting. Patrick Desrosiers replaces Carl Bouchard, who left the position in July after five years leading the department. “I ...
Charlottetown major midget team rebranded the Knights
Charlottetown’s major midget team is rebranding. The Charlottetown Bulk Carriers Knights replace the Pride, which replaced the Islanders three years ago. Jamie Blanchard, who took over sole ownership of the franchise in July 2018, said he ...
Gainey happy to see former Canadiens teammate Carbonneau in Hall of Fame
Bob Gainey once fired Guy Carbonneau as head coach of the Canadiens, but he’s happy to see that his former teammate will be joining him in the Hockey Hall of Fame in November. “I played with Guy for a few years and then I watched him ...
Islanders lose pre-season opener to Saint John
The Saint John Sea Dogs used a four-goal second period to defeat the Charlottetown Islanders 6-3 Sunday in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League teams’ first games of the pre-season. Alexis Belisle, a 17-year-old right-winger from ...
Can Evan Bouchard emerge from Edmonton Oilers training camp with an NHL job?: 9 Things
The evenings are getting shorter. And cooler. This time of year always reminded me of two things: One, that harvest was not far around the corner. To this day I think I can smell wheat chaff before it’s even time to combine (and I’m on ...
Tardif, Hardie leaves Islanders' camp for NCAA reasons
A pair of Charlottetown Islanders’ prospects left training camp Saturday to protect their NCAA eligibility. Players can be in camp for 48 hours. Forwards Charles-Edward Tardif and Justin Hardie were the two who left. Tardif, 16, was an ...
IN PHOTOS: Charlottetown Islanders hold first intrasquad game of training camp
Team White beat Team Black 5-2 in the Charlottetown Islanders’ first intrasquad game of training camp Saturday morning at the APM Centre in Cornwall. Ben Boyd, Luke Akerman, Oscar Plandowski, Landon Clow and Daniel Kline (empty net) scored ...