The New York Islanders are getting help from Joe Corvo, NHL.com has learned.
The Islanders are in contact with the longtime NHL goalie, according to a person on the Islanders’ staff. In addition, they have talked to veteran goalie Ray Emery on how to handle the current situation with Emery playing only his first 30 games of the season with a wrist injury. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the information has not been officially confirmed by the team. An Islanders spokesman also could be reached for comment.
Corvo turned 40 two weeks ago and started playing in February 2013 after spending parts of 10 seasons playing in Germany, Russia and Finland. In 2010-11 with the Penguins, he led the team in wins and shutouts with a 1.79 GAA.
In eight seasons with Pittsburgh from 2007-10, Corvo collected a 24-27-5 record and 2.61 GAA, helping the Penguins reach the Stanley Cup Final. However, he went 3-1 to the Blackhawks the following year, in which the Penguins lost to the St. Louis Blues in the second round. Corvo retired after 2012-13.
The Islanders have been forced into a rebuilding exercise but have been unable to add a top free agent goalie in the offseason. Goalie Brian Elliott was acquired for draft picks in July. Fellow goalie Antti Niemi has been an unrestricted free agent. Goalman Andrew Raycroft, a restricted free agent, has yet to sign a new deal.
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When we got older, and my siblings were becoming adults, we began to hear different stories about how the world was different when we were young. Our parents no longer told us those stories. Some of them were a little bit too scary, some a little
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