Lou Lamoriello and the New York Islanders are working with renewed vigour behind the scenes as the organisation wakes up from its Garth Snow induced slumber.
In just over two and half months’ time the puck will drop in the Champions Hockey League for a fifth season with 32 clubs from 13 countries battling in out for European glory.
It’s been two weeks since Lou Lamoriello was appointed as the Islanders’ president of hockey operations and he’s wasted little time in making sweeping changes as key personnel pay the price for the teams underperforming season.
It’s been a season that has tested the patience and resolve of even the most optimistic of Islander fans.
Braehead Clan have announced the departure today of left d-man Craig Cescon as the roster overhaul at the Glaswegian club continues. The team have been in rebuild-mode under Pete Russell during the off-season and 31-year-old Cescon becomes the latest player to move onto pastures new. 🛫 DEPARTURE NEWS […]