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SI 03-29-2013 01:10 AM

What's next for Ryan Strome? (At Bridgeport)
 
Oshawa is up 3 games to 1on Niagara and game 5
Is tomorrow - if they get eliminated then what is Strome s
Next step?

Do we burn a year and we add Strome for the playoff
Push?

Is he sent to Bridgeport? Would be nice to see niņo Nelson and Strome done there.

Is he shutdown for the year?

13th Floor 03-29-2013 01:16 AM

Personally, I want Strome nowhere near this coaching and his line formations. We aren't winning the cup, and watching Strome either watching from the press box in wild wonder (did that once already) or skating around with Boulton/Reasoner and Aucoin is doing more harm than good.

StrongIslanders90 03-29-2013 01:17 AM

I think he can sign an ATO with BPORT that wont burn a year off his ELC....

I cant see him playing for the Isles this year...

esspecially if we are lucky enough to get Lee signed I dont see the Isles making a push with both of them up wth the big club

aemoreira1981 03-29-2013 01:50 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by StrongIslanders90 (Post 62691635)
I think he can sign an ATO with BPORT that wont burn a year off his ELC....

I cant see him playing for the Isles this year...

esspecially if we are lucky enough to get Lee signed I dont see the Isles making a push with both of them up wth the big club

Strome's ELC would slide if he plays in the AHL but is not called up and plays at least 6 NHL games. I'd have him in Bridgeport.

InformTheMasses 03-29-2013 02:48 AM

Between April 4 and April 21 the Sound Tigers play 9 games.... 7 of them are Home games.

I would expect to see him there most/all of that time. (Unless Bridgeport gets Red Hot, they aren't making the playoffs).

Then that puts the Calender at April 22, the Islanders with 3 Road games Left (Carolina, Philly, Buffalo) it's possible he plays those games, as it has already been said in this thread, his ELC slides with fewer than 6 NHL games played.

kasper11 03-29-2013 06:55 AM

Let him go to Bridgeport. If he shows there that he can dominate against bigger/stronger players for a few games, call him up.

Degeneration Rex 03-29-2013 06:58 AM

Bridgeport to start. Isles could use a bigger body right now and that should be Lee. When Bridgeport"s
season ends Strome will travel with the Isles but to get him in a game,the Isles would have to get rid
of someone off the 23 man roster, something they will have to do when Lee signs. Don't think they want to clear two off the 23.

kuwo 03-29-2013 07:01 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Degeneration Rex (Post 62697477)
Bridgeport to start. Isles could use a bigger body right now and that should be Lee. When Bridgeport"s
season ends Strome will travel with the Isles but to get him in a game,the Isles would have to get rid
of someone off the 23 man roster, something they will have to do when Lee signs. Don't think they want to clear two off the 23.

I thought after the trade deadline there is no roster limit...

CREW99AW 03-29-2013 07:07 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Degeneration Rex (Post 62697477)
Bridgeport to start. Isles could use a bigger body right now and that should be Lee. When Bridgeport"s
season ends Strome will travel with the Isles but to get him in a game,the Isles would have to get rid
of someone off the 23 man roster, something they will have to do when Lee signs. Don't think they want to clear two off the 23.

Rose and Staple both indicated Lee will join the isles this season. Great news. I'd been worried about him pulling a Justin Schultz. Glad to be wrong, have to eat crow here :nod:.

Lee is 3 yrs older then Strome and a lot taller/heavier. If he is not scoring, he can still play a phyical role.

Degeneration Rex 03-29-2013 07:20 AM

Notre Dame has a lot invested in Lee"s scholarship and Lee wants to get his degree (as a teacher of 36 years who has helped students get into Notre Dame) this was always about education.

bigd 03-29-2013 07:58 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Degeneration Rex (Post 62697693)
Notre Dame has a lot invested in Lee"s scholarship and Lee wants to get his degree (as a teacher of 36 years who has helped students get into Notre Dame) this was always about education.

Most of those schools make sure their players come back and finish their degrees, esp if they only have a year left. They can easily go back in the summers and finish up one year of classes.

19NYSports91 03-29-2013 07:59 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by InformTheMasses (Post 62694665)
Between April 4 and April 21 the Sound Tigers play 9 games.... 7 of them are Home games.

I would expect to see him there most/all of that time. (Unless Bridgeport gets Red Hot, they aren't making the playoffs).

Then that puts the Calender at April 22, the Islanders with 3 Road games Left (Carolina, Philly, Buffalo) it's possible he plays those games, as it has already been said in this thread, his ELC slides with fewer than 6 NHL games played.

I thought he has to be 20 years old to play in Bridgeport.

bigd 03-29-2013 07:59 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by kuwo (Post 62697507)
I thought after the trade deadline there is no roster limit...

No limit this year after April 3rd.

Degeneration Rex 03-29-2013 08:03 AM

[QUOTE=bigd;62698179]No limit this year after April 3rd.[/QUOTE

Thanks did not know this.

Degeneration Rex 03-29-2013 08:07 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by bigd (Post 62698163)
Most of those schools make sure their players come back and finish their degrees, esp if they only have a year left. They can easily go back in the summers and finish up one year of classes.

Yes, exactly what will happen.Lee missed the prospect camp. last summer taking classes.

SI 03-29-2013 09:26 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SI (Post 62691287)
Oshawa is up 3 games to 1on Niagara and game 5
Is tomorrow - if they get eliminated then what is Strome s
Next step?

Do we burn a year and we add Strome for the playoff
Push?

Is he sent to Bridgeport? Would be nice to see niņo Nelson and Strome done there.

Is he shutdown for the year?

Does he play C? Or RW at BP? With Nelson? Or with Niņo?

cjdv16 03-29-2013 09:38 AM

Bridgeport. Pair him with Nino.

InformTheMasses 03-29-2013 09:45 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SI (Post 62699837)
Does he play C? Or RW at BP? With Nelson? Or with Niņo?

He is a center, always has been, always will be. Unless he plays a gear or two on jt's rw.

His linemates in port? Who knows he's best with big wingers that dig pucks along the boards and corners. I would try kabanov and persson

SLAPSHOT723 03-29-2013 10:42 AM

Definitely see him going to Bridgeport.

Degeneration Rex 03-29-2013 11:00 AM

Just my opinion, Strome is not ready yet.

IslandersFan17 03-29-2013 11:24 AM

Strome should not sniff the NHL. Especially with the Islanders looking like they are serious about trying to make the post season.

If the Islanders were long eliminated i could see them throwing Strome into the NHL just to give Islanders fans a reason to watch.

That being said, I would love to see Strome in Bridge. With guys like Nelson and Nino becoming more and more well versed in the A, Strome will be able to slide in with little expectations IMO.

Secondly, as far as Lee, I don't know how much their hockey program is like their football program but ND takes pride in their STUDENT athletes staying all four years. They want them to get their degree before they pursue an athletic career.

JetsMetsIsles 03-29-2013 11:32 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by IslandersFan17 (Post 62704337)
Strome should not sniff the NHL. Especially with the Islanders looking like they are serious about trying to make the post season.

If the Islanders were long eliminated i could see them throwing Strome into the NHL just to give Islanders fans a reason to watch.

That being said, I would love to see Strome in Bridge. With guys like Nelson and Nino becoming more and more well versed in the A, Strome will be able to slide in with little expectations IMO.

Secondly, as far as Lee, I don't know how much their hockey program is like their football program but ND takes pride in their STUDENT athletes staying all four years. They want them to get their degree before they pursue an athletic career.

I don't think Strome is NHL ready but at the same time, could he be any worse than Reasoner? Maybe on faceoffs but thats it. If we weren't in a playoff race I'd be more in a hurry to bring him to the NHL now but I would like to see how he handles the speed of it.

Riseonfire 03-29-2013 11:37 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 19NYSports91 (Post 62698169)
I thought he has to be 20 years old to play in Bridgeport.

That stupid rule only applies to European skaters drafted into the OHL or something dumb like that.

19 in a row 03-29-2013 11:38 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by IslandersFan17 (Post 62704337)
Strome should not sniff the NHL. Especially with the Islanders looking like they are serious about trying to make the post season.

If the Islanders were long eliminated i could see them throwing Strome into the NHL just to give Islanders fans a reason to watch.

That being said, I would love to see Strome in Bridge. With guys like Nelson and Nino becoming more and more well versed in the A, Strome will be able to slide in with little expectations IMO.

Secondly, as far as Lee, I don't know how much their hockey program is like their football program but ND takes pride in their STUDENT athletes staying all four years. They want them to get their degree before they pursue an athletic career.

I wonder how many credits shy Lee is now? I don't know if ND has the same protocols in place as they did in the mid to late 1980s but I knew one of the RBs on that team(one that they used to dress up in the other teams uniform to beat on in practice and only dressed for home gamse so not Pinkett) and he told me at the time that all the players had to take extra classes and be at least one semester ahead in credits in order to play. Notre Dame does take pride in their academics but I am think it likely that something could be worked out to make sure he graduates if he is a few credits shy.

Sidney the Kidney 03-29-2013 12:07 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 19NYSports91 (Post 62698169)
I thought he has to be 20 years old to play in Bridgeport.

Junior aged players can play in the AHL as long as their junior team's season is done. The rule just basically prevents junior aged players from playing in the AHL while their junior team is still playing. That's why Strome couldn't start the year in Bridgeport.

Quote:

Originally Posted by Riseonfire (Post 62704903)
That stupid rule only applies to European skaters drafted into the OHL or something dumb like that.

It applies to everyone drafted out of the CHL. The reason Strome can now play in the AHL is because of the above.


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