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Rookie Preview: Islanders at Flyers

The Islanders and Flyers rookies play a preseason game in Philadelphia (7 p.m.)

by Cory Wright WrightsWay / New York Islanders

NEW YORK ISLANDERS VS PHILADELPHIA FLYERS

7 P.M. WELLS FARGO CENTER

LIVE STREAM ON NEWYORKISLANDERS.COM 


The New York Islanders are capping off rookie camp with a game against the Philadelphia Flyers on Wednesday night at 7 p.m. at Wells Fargo Center. 

NewYorkIslanders.com will broadcast the Flyers live stream of Wednesday's game, which may be subject to blackouts in certain regions. Check back around puck drop for the link.

First-round picks Michael Dal Colle (5th overall, 2014) and Kieffer Bellows (19th overall, 2016) headline the Islanders rookie roster, while 2017 draft picks Sebastian Aho and Arnaud Durandeau make their Isles preseason debuts. Eamon McAdam is expected to start in goal for the Islanders.

Nolan Patrick, the second-overall pick in June's draft, headlines the Flyers forward corps along with first-round picks Morgan Frost (2017) and German Rubstov (2016). First-round picks Samuel Morin (2013) and Travis Sanheim (2014) will anchor Philadelphia's blue line. 

Click here for the full Flyers roster. 

Tweet from @NYIslanders: Morning skate for the #Isles rookies before tonight's rookie game vs. the Flyers! pic.twitter.com/ESsngMpkDj


ISLES ROOKIE ROSTER:

Forwards:

20 Kieffer Bellows

71 Michael Dal Colle

21 Arnaud Durandeau

36 Scott Eansor

47 Matthew Gaudreau

17 Connor Graham

52 Ross Johnston

63 Jeff Kubiak

62 Matthew Lane

74 Travis St. Denis

45 John Stevens

59 Yannick Turcotte

Defensemen:

28 Sebastian Aho

37 Sean Durzi

49 David Quenneville

54 Willie Raskob

58 Mitchell Vande Sompel

57 Parker Wotherspoon

Goalies

35 Mitch Gillam

34 Eamon McAdam


Bridgeport Sound Tigers Head Coach Brent Thompson will be behind the bench for Wednesday's game. 

"I'm looking forward to seeing compete level and who makes an impression," Thompson said. "There's going to be a lot of passion in tonight's game and it will be interesting to see who channels it into their performance best." 

Tonight's contest marks the final on-ice session of rookie camp. The Islanders open training camp Friday at 10 a.m. at the Northwell Health Ice Center. Their first pre-season game is at the newly renovated NYCB Live, home of Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum.

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