Marek Zidlicky

#28D,
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 190
Born:
Birth Place: Most, Czechoslovakia
Draft: 2001 6th round (176th pick) by the
Shoots: R
  • Islanders Potential Trade Targets: Part III
    SNY

    Islanders Potential Trade Targets: Part III

    We've been spending the early part of our summer at Islanders Point Blank taking a look around the league and playing armchair general manger, analyzing potential trade targets for Garth Snow as he looks to get his club back to the playoffs. In part one and part two, we stressed that this is in no way indicative of what 'will' happen, only our opinion of who could be available to help provide the kind of help captain John Tavares needs to get the organization to the next level. With the realization that the free agent market is about as weak as it has been in recent years, let's continue with part III. Tyler Johnson 308 GP - 89-122-211 We already mentioned Jonathan Drouin in part II of our series,

  • Inside Doug Weight’s thinking to remake Islanders’ coaching staff
    New York Post

    Inside Doug Weight’s thinking to remake Islanders’ coaching staff

    It was during that slog of a franchise-record nine-game road trip from late January into February when Doug Weight, the Islanders’ interim head coach, realized he needed help. Just over a month into his tenure, Weight was trying to do everything. While making room for individual meetings with his young group, he cut short his own film session for the upcoming opponent. Weight didn’t remember exactly what game it was, but he did remember that, when he got behind the bench, he “just didn’t like how I felt.” “I didn’t watch the entire game, I kind of watched clips,” Weight told The Post over the phone recently, as he begins to assemble his new coaching staff after being named full-time head coach

  • Predators overcoming adversity; Rakell out for Game 6; goodnight, Sens? (Puck Headlines)
    Puck Daddy

    Predators overcoming adversity; Rakell out for Game 6; goodnight, Sens? (Puck Headlines)

    Here are your Puck Headlines: A glorious collection of news and views collected from the greatest blogosphere in sports and the few, the proud, the mainstream hockey media. Sweden’s Henrik Lundqvist is hugged by his teammate William Nylander after winning the Ice Hockey World Championships gold medal match between Canada and Sweden in the LANXESS arena in Cologne, Germany, Sunday, May 21, 2017. • William Nylander celebrates IIHF World Championship gold with Henrik Lundqvist as New York Rangers fans held their breath until the King got up unscathed.