New York Islanders: Eyes on Isles Podcast Ep 38 Preview

By Matt O'Leary
HERNING, DENMARK - MAY 06: Matt Barzal of Canada skates against Korea during the 2018 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship group stage game between Korea and Canada at Jyske Bank Boxen on May 6, 2018 in Herning, Denmark. (Photo by Martin Rose/Getty Images)
HERNING, DENMARK - MAY 06: Matt Barzal of Canada skates against Korea during the 2018 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship group stage game between Korea and Canada at Jyske Bank Boxen on May 6, 2018 in Herning, Denmark. (Photo by Martin Rose/Getty Images) /
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The Eyes on Isles Podcast returns for episode number 38 as Matt and Mitch will discuss all things New York Islanders on and off the ice.

It’s Wednesday which means Mitch Anderson and I will be back talking New York Islanders hockey. The Islanders aren’t in the playoffs, but we’ll touch on the playoffs and all things Islanders from this past week.

We’ll get through some player grades, a quote from Igor Eronko, an update from the World Tournament and so much more.

Here’s what to expect from episode 38:

Short Topics

Update on Worlds

Mathew Barzal, Jordan Eberle, Josh Bailey, Ryan Pulock and Anthony Beauvillier are killing it for Canada in the World Tournament. We’ll keep you up to date on the tournament.

Igor Eronko

Apparently, Ilya Sorokin wants no part of the Islanders organization while Garth Snow is around. I can’t speak for Mitch just yet but I for one am not surprised.

Player Grades

We’ll talk about Anders Lee, Ryan Pulock, and Calvin de Haan this week as we put a bow on the season grades.

Long Topic

What should the Islanders plan be if John Tavares is staying? Mitch and I will get into who the Isles should try to bring in if they get an extension done with their captain.

Social Segment

We’ll look at our playoff brackets and talk all things trending on Isles Twitter.

Next: Blue and White Scrimmage Info

If you missed last week’s show you can catch up on it right here. Make sure to follow along with us on Twitter and Facebook for all things Islanders. They might be off for a while but all summer long we’re talking Isles hockey.

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