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FORWARDS

No.

Name

Height

Weight

2013-14 Team

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Bio

64 Tommaso Bucci 6'0 178 P.A.L Jr. Islanders 46 13 16 29 Tommaso Bucci received an invite to prospect camp after posting 29 points (13G, 16A) in 46 games for the P.A.L Junior Islanders. The Franklin Square native adds some local flavor to the camp.
77 Austin Cangelosi 5'6 174 Boston College (H-East) 40 10 16 26 Cangelosi scored 26 points (10G, 16A) in his freshman season at Boston College. The Estero, FL, native made the jump to the NCAA after scoring 123 points (50G, 73A) in 109 games in the USHL.
55 Taylor Cammarata 5'7 155 U. of Minnesota (BIG-10) 39 10 17 27 Taylor Cammarata scored 27 points (10G, 17A) in 39 games in his freshman year at the University of Minnesota. Cammarata lit the lamp for the Golden Gophers in the national championship game against Union College.
61 Victor Crus Rydberg 6'0 194 Plymouth (OHL) 62 12 25 37 The Islanders selected Victor Crus-Rydberg in the 5th round, 136th overall at the 2013 NHL Draft. Crus-Rydberg tallied 37 points in 62 games with the OHL’s Plymouth Whalers during his first season in North America.
71 Michael Dal Colle 6'3 184 Oshawa (OHL) 67 39 56 95 The Islanders selected Michael Dal Colle in the 1st round, 5th overall at the 2014 NHL Draft. The skilled winger notched 95 points (39g, 56a) in 67 games with the OHL’s Oshawa Generals last season.
96 Thomas Ebbing 5'11 182 Michigan State 36 2 7 9 The Troy, Michigan native finished his freshman season with nine points (two goals, seven assists) for the Michigan State Spartans in 2013-14. The prior season, Ebbing notched 26 points (16g, 10a) in 60 games for the Chicago Steel of the USHL.
64 Liam Ferguson 5'11 158 Brunswick (USHS) 25 6 9 15 A native of Orange, Connecticut, Liam Ferguson has tallied 15 points (six goals, nine assists) in 25 games for the Brunswick School in Greenwich, Connecticut.
11 Dylan Gambrell 6'0 182 Dubuque (USHL) 60 14 29 43 Dylan Gambrell set career highs in goals (14), assists (29) and points (43) this season with the Dubuque Fighting Saints in the USHL. A former Clark Cup champion, Gambrell has graduated to the NCAA and is committed to the University of Denver next season.
16 Connor Graham 6'0 184 Ottawa (OHL) 48 1 1 2 The Toronto native made his Ontario Hockey League debut this past season, playing in 48 games for the Ottawa 67’s. The previous campaign, Graham tallied 26 points in 23 games playing for EC Salzburg U-18 Austrian squad.
61 Alex Grieve 6'1 190 Bentley 37 25 22 47 Alex Grieve led the Bentley University Falcons with 25 goals during 2013-14, while finishing second in team scoring with 43 points. The Calgary, AB, native has scored a point-per-game in three seasons in the NCAA.
43 Mike Halmo 5'10 197 Bridgeport (AHL) 56 18 20 38 Halmo made his NHL debut this season, scoring one goal in 20 games with the Islanders. Prior to his callup, Halmo had a career season with the Bridgeport Sound Tigers, scoring 38 points (18G, 20A) in 56 games.
66 Josh Ho-Sang 5'11 169 Windsor (OHL) 67 32 53 67 The Islanders traded up and drafted Ho-Sang with the 28th-overall pick at last month’s NHL Draft. Ho-Sang had a career year for the Windsor Spitfires, scoring 85 points (32G, 53A) in 67 games.
48 Sam Herr 6'0 206 Notre Dame (H-East) 40 14 13 27 Sam Herr completed his sophomore season at the University of Notre Dame with 27 points (14g, 13a) in 40 games. He played on the same team as Isles’ forward Anders Lee during his freshman season with the Fighting Irish in 2012-13.
58 Woody Hudson 6'4 214 St. Lawrence 37 6 5 11 Hailing from Rochester, Woody Hudson tallied 11 points (six goals, five assists) in 37 games for St. Lawrence University in 2013-14. Hudson split his USHL career between the Indiana Ice and Chicago Steel the prior two seasons.
36 Nick Jones 5'11 166 Sherwood Park (AJHL) 52 41 31 72 Nick Jones heads to the Islanders camp after four years at Mercyhurst University. Jones’ senior year was his best, as he posted a collegiate-high 23 assists and 33 points in 41 games.
29 Ty Loney 6'4 203 U. of Denver 42 11 15 26 A native of Valencia, Pennsylvania, Ty Loney has played three seasons with the University of Denver Pioneers. Loney tallied 26 points in each of his past two campaigns.
58 Chris Makowski 6'3 200 P.A.L Jr. Islanders 48 17 23 40 Chris Makowski led the P.A.L Junior Islanders in scoring with 40 points (17G, 23A) in 48 games during his first season with the team. Makowski has committed to Mercyhurst University for the 2015-16 season.
63 Mike Marnell 5'10 174 Des Moines (USHL) 47 10 12 22 The Huntington Station, Long Island native, Michael Marnell is set for his freshman season at St. Lawrence University this coming fall. Marnell spent the past two campaigns with the Des Moines Buccaneers of the USHL.
57 Evan Polei 6'2 226 Red Deer (WHL) 60 7 9 16 A native of Wetaskiwin, Alberta, Evan Polei finished his first season with the WHL’s Red Deer Rebels with 16 points (seven goals, nine assists) in 60 games. The previous season, Polei played for SSAC Athletics Midget AAA of the Alberta Midget Hockey League.
10 Alan Quine 6'0 193 Bridgeport (AHL) 61 8 17 25 Alan Quine split last season between the AHL’s Bridgeport Sound Tigers and ECHL’s Stockton Thunder last season. The Islanders 2013 6th round pick scored 27 points (8G, 19A) in 61 games with the Sound Tigers, but scored eight points (2G, 6A) during a seven-game stint with the Thunder.
54 John Schiavo 5'8 161 P.A.L Jr. Islanders 42 8 14 22 John Schiavo, an East Patchogue native, is one of the local invites to camp. The P.A.L Junior Islander scored eight goals and 14 assists in his first season in the USPHL and is a great stickhandler.
48 Ryan Siiro 6'3 227 Princeton (ECAC) 32 5 7 12 A product of Bloomington, Minnesota, Ryan Siiro just completed his freshman season at Princeton University with 12 points (five goals, seven assists) in 32 games. During his final season of junior hockey in the USHL, Siiro won the “USHL Gentleman of the Year, ‘Curt Hammer Award’” while playing with the Sioux Falls Stampede.
10 Lukas Sutter 6'1 216 Red Deer (WHL) 45 10 13 23 The Islanders selected Lukas Sutter in the 7th round, 200th overall at the 2014 NHL Draft. The son of former NHL player, Rich Sutter, Lukas finished this past season with the Red Deer Rebels tallying 23 points (10g, 13a) in 45 games.
70 Steve Swavely 6'2 189 U. of Maine (H-East) 31 10 10 20 A native of Reading, Pennsylvania, Steve Swavely finished his sophomore season at the University of Maine with 20 points (10g, 10a) in 31 games this past year. Prior to enrolling at Maine, Swavely captained the EJHL’s New Jersey Hitmen and led the team in scoring with 52 points (22g, 30a) in 45 games.
16 Yuri Terao 5'8 159 Japan U-18 5 3 8 11 Yuri Terao is in exclusive company, as one of the few Japanese players to ever earn an invite to an NHL development camp. The Japanese forward scored 11 points (3G, 8A) in five games at the IIHF U-18 World Championship Division 1 Group B. Terao was voted Best Forward in the tournament.

DEFENSEMEN

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Height

Weight

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38 Jake Bischoff 6'1 192 U. of Minnesota (BIG-10) 28 3 4 7 Jake Bischoff played 28 games in his freshman season at the University of Minnesota, scoring seven points (3G, 4A) from the blue line. Bischoff also had a plus-15 rating this season.
38 Kyle Burroughs 6'0 198 Regina (WHL) 58 8 32 40 The Islanders selected Kyle Burroughs in the 7th round, 196th overall at the 2013 NHL Draft. The defenseman captained the WHL’s Regina Pats this past season and tallied a career-high 40 points.
24 Kevin Czuczman 6'2 209 NY Islanders 13 0 2 2 The Islanders signed Kevin Czuczman as an undrafted NCAA free agent following the conclusion of his junior season at Lake Superior State. The Port Elgin, Ontario native played in 13 games for the Islanders in 2013-14, tallying two assists.
43 Donovan Gardiner 5'10 174 Lone Star (NAHL)/Tri-City (USHL) 58 4 4 8 Hailing from Sterling Heights, Michigan, Donovan Gardiner made his USHL debut this past season, playing 20 games for the Tri-City Storm. Gardiner also played in 38 games for the Lone Star Brahmas of the NAHL.
55 Jesse Graham 6'0 176 Saginaw/Niagara (OHL) 66 11 43 54 Jesse Graham set career highs in goals (11), assists (43) and points (54) while splitting the season with the Niagara IceDogs and the Saginaw Spirit. Graham played seven games for the Bridgeport Sound Tigers at the end of their season, recording four points (1G, 3A).
7 Loic Leduc 6'6 222 Cape Breton/Rimouski (QMJHL) 61 6 9 15 Loic Leduc was dealt to the Rimouski Oceanic after three and a half seasons with the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles of the QMJHL. The 6’7, 218-pound defenseman posted career-highs in goals (6), assists (9), points (15), plus-minus (+13) and PIMs (102).
42 Scott Mayfield 6'5 218 Bridgeport (AHL) 71 3 15 18 After two seasons at the University of Denver, Mayfield played his first full-professional season this past year with the Bridgeport Sound Tigers. He also played five games with the Islanders.
57 Jimmy Mazza 6'1 186 P.A.L Jr. Islanders 48 5 19 24 James Mazza was the second-highest scoring defenseman on the P.A.L Junior Islanders, potting 24 points (5G, 19A) in 48 games. Mazza is committed to Canisius College for the 2014-15 season.
52 Mark Nemec 6'4 213 Colorado (ECHL) 63 5 12 17 Mark Nemec captained the University of Maine hockey team in the 2012-13 season, his fifth in the NCAA. The 6’4, 209-pound defenseman scored 17 points (5G, 12A) in 63 games with the ECHL’s Colorado Eagles last season.
33 Andrey Pedan 6'5 213 Bridgeport (AHL) 28 5 5 10 The Islanders selected Andrey Pedan in the 3rd round, 63rd overall at the 2011 NHL Draft. Pedan played three seasons with the OHL’s Guelph Storm prior to playing 28 games this past campaign with the Bridgeport Sound Tigers.
70 Adam Pelech 6'3 220 Erie (OHL) 60 9 45 54 The Islanders selected Andrey Pedan in the 3rd round, 63rd overall at the 2011 NHL Draft. Pedan played three seasons with the OHL’s Guelph Storm prior to playing 28 games this past campaign with the Bridgeport Sound Tigers.
8 Ville Pokka 6'0 214 Karpat (SM-Liiga) 54 6 21 27 The Islanders selected Ville Pokka in the 2nd round, 34th overall at the 2012 NHL Draft. Pokka won the SM-Liiga (Finland) championship with Karpat and was also named a finalist for top defenseman in the country.
6 Ryan Pulock 6'2 212 Brandon (WHL) 66 23 40 63 Pulock set career highs in goals (23) and points (63) in his fourth season with the Brandon Wheat Kings. The Islanders 2013 first-round pick debuted with the Bridgeport Sound Tigers, notching one assist in three games. Pulock was also named a WHL Eastern Conference first-team all star.
8 Griffin Reinhart 6'4 217 Edmonton (WHL) 45 4 17 21 Reinhart captained the Edmonton Oil Kings to the Memorial Cup this season, ending an illustrious junior career. The 6’4, 205-pound defenseman scored 21 points (4G, 17A) in 45 games last season. Reinhart was also named the WHL Playoff MVP.
54 Robbie Russo 6'0 189 Notre Dame (H-East) 21 4 11 15 The Islanders selected Robbie Russo in the 4th round, 95th overall at the 2011 NHL Draft. During his three seasons at the University of Notre Dame, Russo has tallied 53 points (13g, 40a) in 102 games.
7 Jake Rutt 6'2 205 U. of Maine (H-East) 33 1 6 7 Hailing from Scarborough, Maine, Jake Rutt has played three seasons for the University of Maine. The defenseman totaled seven points (one goal, six assists) in 33 games this past season.
27 Devon Toews 6'1 181 Quinnipiac (ECAC) 37 1 16 17 Toews posted 17 points (1G, 16A) his first season with the Quinnipiac University Bobcats. The Abbotsford, BC, native was named the BCHL’s defenseman of the year prior to joining the Bobcats.

GOALIES

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GAA

SV%

Bio

35 Eamon McAdam 6'3 199 Penn St. (BIG-10) 10 0-9-0 4.09 .882 The Islanders selected Eamon McAdam in the 3rd round, 70th overall at the 2013 NHL draft. The Perkasie, Pennsylvania native completed his freshman season at Penn State University in 2013-14.
30 Anthony Pupplo 5'11 171 P.A.L Jr. Islanders 19 3.76 .898 A local product, Anthony Pupplo hails from Shirley, New York and is a veteran of the PAL Jr. Islanders. Next season, Pupplo will tend goal for the Merritt Centennials of the British Columbia Hockey League next season.
35 Linus Soderstrom 6'5 196 Djurgarden U-20 (SuperElit) 23 2.61 .915 Goaltender Linus Soderstrom was selected in the fourth round of last month’s draft. Soderstrom put up a 2.61 goals against average and a .915 save percentage in his first season with Djurgarden’s junior team in the SuperElit League.
60 Philippe Trudeau 6'6 222 Ottawa (OHL) 63 22-32-6 4.03 .900 Philippe Trudeau debuted in the OHL this season after spending three seasons with three teams in the QMJHL. Trudeau went 22-32-6 with a 4.03 goals against average and a .900 save percentage in 63 games with the Ottawa 67’s.
45 Blake Weyrick 6'3 210 USNTDP (USHL) 11 3.04 .884 A native of Malibu, California, Blake Weyrick played this past season for the U.S. Men’s National Team Developmental Program. The goaltender is committed to play for Brown University this upcoming fall.
30 Stephon Williams 6'2 194 Minnesota St.-Mankato (WCHA) 12 5-6-0 3.23 .862 Goaltender Stephon Williams completed his sophomore year at Minnesota State University, posting a 3.23 goals against average and a .862 save percentage in 12 games. Williams had a 2.00 GAA and a .924 SV% in 35 games in 2012-13.


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