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Islanders prospects daily: Samuel Bolduc continues good pro debut

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA - JUNE 22: Samuel Bolduc poses after being selected 57th overall by the New York Islanders during the 2019 NHL Draft at Rogers Arena on June 22, 2019 in Vancouver, Canada. (Photo by Kevin Light/Getty Images)
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA - JUNE 22: Samuel Bolduc poses after being selected 57th overall by the New York Islanders during the 2019 NHL Draft at Rogers Arena on June 22, 2019 in Vancouver, Canada. (Photo by Kevin Light/Getty Images)
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VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA – JUNE 22: Samuel Bolduc poses after being selected 57th overall by the New York Islanders during the 2019 NHL Draft at Rogers Arena on June 22, 2019 in Vancouver, Canada. (Photo by Kevin Light/Getty Images)

Here’s your daily recap of yesterday’s games, updates, and rankings for New York Islanders prospects and players within the system.

This is the tenth post of what has been a daily update on New York Islanders prospects and players within the system.

You’ll find an update on stats from prospects in action yesterday, a round-up of who’s playing today, and I’ll tell you how some of those prospects in action yesterday are doing in my prospects rankings.

Prospect Update from Yesterday

  • Collin Adams (UND)
    • Stats: +1, 1SOG, 48% FOW
  • Bridgeport Sound Tigers
    • Cole Bardreau: 1G, 1A
    • Samuel Bolduc: 1A, 5SOG

Collin Adams’s UND side booked their ticket to the NCHC’s title game after going through the University of Denver in overtime. Adams wasn’t exactly “stellar” in the win. He had a shot on goal and was less than 50% on the faceoff dot.

But that’s what happens with deep teams. Even when their big players have off days, or are shut down, other guys can step in. UND goes on to step one of their plan to take an NCHC title and an NCAA title.

The rough times continue for the Bridgeport Sound Tigers with yet another loss to Providence. The only two goals scored by the Tigers were in garbage time. Tom Kuhnhackl and Cole Bardreau’s goals were scored in the final two minutes of regulation. Providence was already up 5-0 at that point.

Samuel Bolduc gets another helper to continue leading the team in points. Unfortunately, the AHL doesn’t publish ice-time for public consumption, but I’d expect Bolduc to record big minutes for BPT, which is great for his continued development. At the rate it’s going for him, he’ll be in the NHL soon.

Update from today:

Anatoly Golyshev has terminated his KHL contract. More on him later here.

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