Josh Bailey's position with the New York Islanders might not be secure after his challenging 2013-14 campaign.
Kyle Okposo spent much of the summer training with John Tavares.
Brock Nelson could be first in line to play on the top unit with John Tavares and Kyle Okposo as the Islanders head into training camp.
Ryan Strome could be in some difficulty to make the Islanders roster out of training camp.
Jack Skille, who signed a two-way deal with the Islanders on July 1, is confident about making the team.
John Tavares joined some of his Islanders teammates for informal skate at IceWorks on Wednesday.
John Spano, who was previously jailed for wire and bank fraud as a result of his attempt to own the New York Islanders, has been indicted for theft and forgery.
The season-ending knee injury superstar John Tavares sustained last February is behind him and the Islanders' captain says he'll be 100 percent when training camp opens.
NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman likes the new prospective owners of the New York Islanders
Frans Nielsen expressed his excitement on the Isles' offseason moves on Thursday after practice, saying that there will be increased competition for ice time with the new free-agent signings.
Keith Seabrook has signed to a one-year, two-way (AHL/ECHL) contract with the Bridgeport Sound Tigers.
Charles Wang has agreed to sell a minority stake in the New York Islanders.
Joshua Ho-Sang doesn't want to conform to the NHL stereotype if it means he can't be himself.
Lubomir Visnovsky could be a nice sleeper pick for the coming season, as the former 68-point blueliner will be off the radar after a concussion riddled 2013-14 season.
Anders Lee is looking to catch on full time with the Isles this season after handling a 22 game NHL call-up quite well last season.