18th Annual Irish Eyes are Miling – March 15, 2015

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18th Annual Irish Eyes are Miling – March 16, 2014 at 12:00 PM – Cheshire, CT

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Colin Called up by the NY Islanders; Plays at Detroit Saturday


Colin McDonald hopes to show Islanders he should stay with them

Updated January 30, 2015 8:44 PM
By STEVEN MARCUS  steven.marcus@newsday.com

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Islanders right wing Colin McDonald looks on during Group A training camp at Nassau Coliseum on Friday, Sept. 19, 2014. Photo Credit: Kathleen Malone-Van Dyke

Certainly, there are no promises, and Colin McDonald knows he is not in the position to ask for any. He is an emergency call-up from Bridgeport, so presumably when the emergency ends, so will his time with the Islanders.

McDonald will take any ice time he can get, though he’ll try to make a lasting impression. Good things may lie ahead for the Islanders, and McDonald would like to be part of what transpires. “It’s another day in the NHL,” he said Friday. “This is why everyone tries to play the game.”


Colin Mention in NY Times – January 24, 2015

Minor League Affiliate Steeps Players in the Ways of the Islanders

The Islanders have many reasons to be grateful as they look ahead to the second half of the season.

With 31 victories in 46 games, they are in first place in the Metropolitan Division. They are getting steady production from four lines and top-notch goaltending from Jaroslav Halak, who will represent the team at Sunday’s N.H.L. All-Star Game, along with center John Tavares.

With the playoffs looming and a move to Barclays Center in Brooklyn ahead, the Islanders also have reason to be excited about their future.

Their team depth is best exemplified by the Bridgeport Sound Tigers, the Islanders’ American Hockey League affiliate.