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This year's minicamp -- held earlier this month -- would have been defenseman Scott Mayfield's fifth since being drafted by the Islanders 34th overall in 2011. Instead, the Denver University product watched from the stands on the final day of camp, which ended July 11.

"It's good to come out here and watch everyone. Kind of see the younger group of guys," Mayfield said during a conversation with Islanders Point Blank.

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Eric Mirlis has been an Islander fan since the second grade. His dad took him to his first hockey game on March 8, 1977, a 3-1 Islander loss to Minnesota. "I was hooked immediately and have been a fan ever since," he said.

Mirlis went on to work in various positions in the media, including five years in the Islanders communications department. Now living in Los Angeles, Mirlis remains loyal to the blue and orange. Islanders Point Blank recently spoke with him to discuss some of his Nassau Coliseum Memories. 

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Travis Hamonic and Johnny Boychuk did not practice with the Islanders on Friday and it could be a while before either are back with the team, according to head coach Jack Capuano.

?They?re not going to be playing here anytime soon,? Capuano said after practice at IceWorks. ?We?ll just wait to see what the prognosis is hopefully after the weekend.?

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The age old debate over fighting has been reignited in hockey thanks to the actions of Connor McDavid on Tuesday night.

In case you weren't aware, or have been under a rock the last few days, McDavid -- the consensus number one overall pick in this years draft -- broke his hand in a fight Tuesday night. Aside from the conversation over his own decision making, McDavid's injury is being used to bolster some peoples arguments against fighting in hockey.

A few weeks back, Matt Martin spoke with Islanders Point Blank about his thoughts on fighting in the sport when the debate was being talked about throughout the NHL.?Martin is not a player who's sole purpose is to fight, but he is not hesitant to drop the gloves to defend a teammate or himself.

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Throughout the season Islanders Point Blank will speak with fans, players and media about their favorite memories at Nassau Coliseum?

It's been a while since we did one of these, so what better way to begin the day of the home opener of the final season in Uniondale than with some memories from fans?

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Throughout the season Islanders Point Blank will speak with fans, players and media about their favorite memories at Nassau Coliseum?

We continue our Coliseum memories series with a friend of the site. Brian Erni is the lead writer over at SNYNets.com (how ironic, right?) and he is also a diehard Islanders fan. In the spirit of friendship (and cross promotion) we spoke with him about his memories about the old barn on Hempstead Turnpike.

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The Isles' 23-year-old defenseman Calvin de Haan will play an intricate role on the Islanders defense this season. He appeared in 51 games last season for the Isles and recorded 16 points (three goals, 13 assists). de Haan will likely make the roster out of training camp. Islanders Point Blank chatted with the young defenseman about the upcoming season.


IPB: What were you working on this summer?

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From the Steel City, we move to the Big Apple.

The rival New York Rangers are coming off their best season since 1994. The Blue Shirts went 45-31-6 -- finishing second in the Metropolitan and fifth in the east -- reaching the Stanley Cup final in their first year under new head coach Alain Vigneault. They ultimately fell to the Los Angeles Kings in five games.

The 2014-15 Rangers will look relatively similar to last years version, minus some small changes. The Rangers were able to sign free agent defenseman Dan Boyle to a two year contract. They were also able to ink Kevin Hayes to a two year, entry-level contract after he declined to sign with the Chicago Blackhawks.

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Throughout the season Islanders Point Blank will speak with fans, players and media about their favorite memories at Nassau Coliseum...

We'll start this series with Carlos Mendes. In case you weren't familiar with Mendes, he is a professional soccer player from Mineola. He is the captain of the North American Soccer Leagues' New York Cosmos, who play their home games right across the street at Shuart Stadium, and he has also played for the MLS's New York Red Bulls and Columbus Crew.

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SYOSSET, NY -- As the Islanders kicked off training camp today at Iceworks, it was the first day on the ice for one of their young players who had not participated in optional skates last week. The team's 2012 first round pick, Griffin Reinhart, was one of those having arrived on Long Island only yesterday.

"It was really cool," Reinhart said in the lockerroom following his first day on NHL ice. "You can definitely tell that it's a faster pace than it is up in junior. I was really looking forward to this day and it came a little later than I expected but I'm excited to be here."

Reinhart spent the practice paired with Ty Wishart on defense, either the third or fourth defensive pairing, an indication the 18-year old could be at camp for depth and experience more than anything else.

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One of the things we always like doing leading up to a game against an opposing team is to check in with a writer, blogger or great fan of the upcoming team. ?This week, we had the joy of reconnecting with an old friend, Stephanie Stradley (AKA?Texans Chick)?of the Houston Chronicle. ?Stephanie always provides fantastic insight for us about the Texans and so we're happy to share her thoughts on the Texans and this week's Monday Night game. ?You can follow Stephanie on Twitter at @Steph_Stradley.

1) The Texans have been on the rise for a few years now, what's been their recipe to success?

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SYOSSET, NY -- Paired with Ty Wishart at Sound Tigers training camp, Calvin de Haan is healthy and ready to play hockey. Now 21 and a half, de Haan is looking to put his shoulder troubles behind him. He had surgery in 2010 to correct a shoulder injury and missed a month in early 2012 with a second injury that didn't require surgery.

"[The shoulder] feels good," de Haan said at Iceworks on Monday. "I think last time might have been a little bit of a fluke. It feels strong and I'm ready to go."

One of the other questions about de Haan has also been his size and whether he's ready for the NHL level in that respect. He's up six pounds from last year to 195lb and as he likes to say, is always working on getting 'faster and stronger.'

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Earlier today, the Islanders' Oklahoman defender Matt Donovan took a few minutes to discuss a wide range of topics. Donovan, 22, is one of a group of young defense prospects that made his NHL debut last year for the Islanders and is hoping to turn that into a regular gig at the Coliseum this fall. He is also active on Twitter @squatchdonovan and was honored in Oklahoma City earlier this summer on Matt Donovan Day.

In April, you played your first few NHL games; how did that feel?

Matt Donovan: It was unbelievable. As a kid coming from Oklahoma you don't see that at all -- I was the first born and raised kid from Oklahoma to make it to the NHL -- and that was a pretty cool feeling. As any kid knows growing up playing hockey anywhere it's your dream to play in the NHL and I finally made that dream a reality. It was very cool to play in the NHL a couple games and hopefully many more to come.

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Nike whet appetites on Tuesday, serving up a glimpse at their latest in NFL uniforms, sideline gear, and casual lifestyle apparel at Steiner Studios in Brooklyn. But the limited items only triggered the NFL fan's insatiable hunger for more -- especially when considering the vast reach of NFL-branded goods and Nike's sterling reputation in sports apparel and footwear.

Consider the sneakers. With Nike iD, fans will be able to call an audible on a pair of Dunk Highs, and style the classic silhouette with their preferred combination of the Jets' glorious green. That's a significant step up from Reebok's botched snap?in 2009.?(Play with the options and build your Dunks on Nike iD's Facebook page now.)

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Recently, Joe Namath spoke with Vincent Malozzi of the New York Times' Fifth Down blog. He delivered some realistic pessimism that I hope is dead wrong:

Q. The Jets have appeared in the last two A.F.C. championship games but were eliminated each time. Are they talented enough to get to the Super Bowl this season?

A. I have my doubts, and I don?t want to get on the wrong side of people because I?m a real Jets fan. But I?ll tell you what; to get there three years in a row against all that competition, with Lady Luck and injuries involved, uh, the odds aren?t as good as you?d like them to be. I looked at their schedule from Day 1 with the Dallas Cowboys coming to town, and whoa, man, do they have some monsters.

All the more reason to rise to the occasion.
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In this week's "Four Quarters" (video link here), Mike Westhoff described the design of the game-changing punt block by Joe McKnight, and how even he was surprised by the outcome:

?I thought strategically we would have three guys on two. If we did this exactly correct, we may get that,? Westhoff said. ?I didn?t think it would necessarily be Joe. I thought the fullback would step in and take Joe, and we?d get 2-on-1 on the corner. As it turned out, they actually moved out a little bit better than I thought, although the fullback probably went further out than what they?d like him to, and Joe came clean and we blocked it.?
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4 years ago, Braylon Edwards promised 100 Cleveland 8th graders if they kept their grades up and did at least 15 hours of community service a year, he'd pay for their college tuition. Now, those 8th graders are graduating high school, and Braylon's keeping his promise, sending a newly-minted Jets fan into Patriots territory along the way.

(Cap tip to Erik Manassy at Jets Twit for this story.)

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Even though he hasn't read Rex's book, James Ihedigbo shares the same tone as his coach, saying this in an interview with Metro about the Jets and its chances in the future:

I really do love this team, I love the Jets and being with the Jets organization. [General manager] Mike Tannenbaum gave me a shot to join this team as a walk-on when I wasn?t drafted, Woody Johnson is a great owner and treats us all well. I love this team, we?re put in situations to succeed and do well and we can win Super Bowls here, I believe that.
About his looming free agency, Ihedigbo chose his words a little more carefully, saying that he needs "to cautiously weigh and see what?s best for me...but I'd still love to be a Jet."

Still, it's great to see Rex's players sharing his brash attitude and saying things like: ?We don?t expect to lose, to be the team that people expect to be that same Jets team from years past.?

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Despite the workouts he's been hosting, it looks like the lockout is leaving Mark Sanchez with a lot of free time on his hands, since he's taken in a few Broadway shows and chatting about them with the New York Times.

As part of its Tony Award coverage, the Times has been interviewing New York celebrities, asking them about the theater and their picks to win it all. Not quite as brash as his coach, Sanchez shied away from making any real predictions, but he seemed to think "Catch Me if You Can" would get the top prize this year, saying that "It had a happy ending, and everybody was smiling when you walked out..." Kind of like what happened when I watched the Jets beat the Patriots this past January at my local bar.

When asked about football, Sanchez showed a bit of his intelligence about the unpredictable nature of the game and the amount of planning that goes into preparing for the unplanned:

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We were fortunate to talk to Giants safety Kenny Phillips who was promoting his new Reebok training footwear on Tuesday...

Part One [audio:http://snygiants.files.wordpress.com/2010/09/kenny-pt-1.mp3|titles=Kenny Phillips Sept 21 Pt 1]

Part Two [audio:http://snygiants.files.wordpress.com/2010/09/kenny-pt-2.mp3|titles=Kenny Phillips Sept 21 Pt 2]

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Giants TE coach Mike Pope has been a respected tutor of tight ends in this league for decades.? He is on his third generation of tight ends here with the Giants.? His prior students include Pro Bowlers Mark Bavaro and Jeremy Shockey as well as Mr. Reliable - Howard Cross.

"He is the best tight ends coach in football," Head Coach Tom Coughlin said.

His top student right now is Kevin Boss, the talented, underused successor to Shockey who has been fighting through some injury issues the past year.

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On the tar heels (see what I did there?) of the news that Hakeem Nicks has hyper-extended his knee, Giants fans are swiftly reminded of the main threat to their championship hopes year after year.

Injuries deteriorated a supposedly dream-team defense last season and dismantled a once formidable rushing attack.? Aside from a minor injury to Nicks that caused him to miss a couple games during the cupcake portion of the season, the receiver corps was an oasis of production instead of another unit decimated by failing health.

So far, 2010 has not gotten off to the same start.? By June, the team lost possibly the best reserve receiver (and undoubtedly one of the best return men) in the league when Domenik Hixon tore his ACL.? Nicks may end up being fine after a couple weeks? rest at most; but he may also be laid up long term.? We won?t know until tomorrow.

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LB Michael Boley's 2010 camp is a 180 degree difference from his 2009 camp. Last year, he was rehabbing from a hip ailment and facing a one-game league suspension.

WATCH

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Quiet confidence isn't the first attribute that comes to mind when thinking of an NFL wide receiver's personality ? but it is the most accurate way to describe how Jerricho Cotchery carries himself.

Secure in his steps and sapient in his speech, the seven-year veteran rarely hesitates to echo the brazen bravado more characteristic of head coach Rex Ryan. Cotchery is deliberate when he speaks, but always modest; he's confident without arrogance, proud without sin.

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Recently we caught up with former Giants WR and special teamer Phil McConkey at a charity event in NYC.? He was always a player that could get the team fired up.? To this day, he is as animated and entertaining as ever.....

Phil, what is your take on the current Giants receiving corps?
A lot of young guys with incredible potential. I think what you see out of Steve Smith, one of the best clutch guys in the league. They have Manningham on the outside and Nicks, he could be a beast. Ramses Barden, we haven't even seen anything out of him Phil Simms wishes he had some of those guys! (laughter) If Phil Simms had those guys he'd be off the charts setting records.

Tell us about getting traded to Green Bay and Bill Parcells getting you back.

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Giants' TE Boss Will Be Ready For Training Camp

Giants TE Kevin Boss was at Mini-Camp last week but could not participate in drills. Boss recently had bone spurs and bone chips removed from his ankle and should be ready to go by training camp in August.

He was out on the field, listening in on huddles and taking in the entire experience as if he were playing.? He's a dedicated guy and an excellent team player.?

His decision to have ankle surgery this off season was the right one. Last year, he was hobbled early on and was not the same player.? His rehab was? first listed at 4-6 weeks but Boss seems to be ahead of schedule at this point.

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RB Andre Brown Is Ready To Fulfill Promise

At this year's draft, there was a buzz that the Giants were going to take a running back high in the draft.? C.J. Spiller of Clemson was a very tempting target and the rumors were that the Giants had coveted the speedster.

Those rumors may have been true, for all we know, but Spiller was long gone by the time the Giants were ready to make their first selection.? They ended up not taking any running backs at all.

There are two theories behind that.? The first is the fact that the RB pool in the draft this year was very shallow.? The other is that the Giants were waiting to see how well second-year RB Andre Brown had progressed from Achilles' surgery.

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Giants' OLBs Looking For Fresh Start in 2010

Michael Boley came into Giants' camp last season with high hopes.? He had just signed a five-year, $25 million free agent deal to help bolster the Giants' shallow LB crew.

But things didn't shake out well for Boley once he became a Giant.? Last June, he had to have surgery to repair a torn labrum in his hip, which kept him off the field all summer. Then he was suspended for the first game of the season by the NFL for violating the league's personal conduct policy.

Early in the season, Boley injured his knee, causing him to miss four more games.? In the 11 games he did play, he had 84 tackles, but on that decimated Giants' defense his efforts were hardly noticed.

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Recently, we caught up with former Giants WR Stephen Baker for short interview at a charity event.

Baker, who played for the Giants from 1987-92, was known to many as "The Touchdown Maker" with his biggest TD coming in the Giants' 2019 victory over the Buffalo Bills in Super Bowl XXV.

What are your impressions of the Giants new receiving corps?

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Hixon Adds Guts, Savvy to Giants' Receiving Corps

A few weeks back, Dr. Football (Bill Chachkes) and I had a conversation with Giants' wide receiver Domenik Hixon at a charity event in NYC.

Q: You're now one of the senior guys - you and (Derek) Hagen. How do you feel the new guys - Mario (Manningham) and Hakeem (Nicks) help Eli get the ball down the field?

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Five Minutes With.....David Tyree

Last night at the Filli Ponte restaurant in NYC, I attended a fundraiser hosted by In the Game Collectibles to benefit the Tomorrows Children's Fund.? In attendance were many current and former Giants players.? I will be posting the interviews one a time over the next few weeks...

Myself and Dr. Bill Chachkes (aka Dr. Football) sat down with Super Bowl XLII hero David Tyree, who is currently a man without a team after his contract with the Baltimore Ravens expired earlier this year.

Q: What are you up to these days?? It appears that you are in shape and ready to play. Have you been talking to teams?

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Yesterday, at the NFL Draft, myself, Dr. Bill Chachkes (Football Reporters Online) and Zennie Abraham (zennie62.com) caught up with Giant great Tiki Barber, who was present on behalf of Yahoo Sports.

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Giants center Shaun O'Hara was in Nintendo's midtown store yesterday for a video game promotion (Ubisoft's Just Dance) with Jets center Nick Mangold and Danilo Gallinari of the Knicks. (That's O'Hara and Mangold posing with the author).

All three seemed to be having fun playing the game and interacting with the media and fans.

O'Hara has always been a favorite of mine, and now that I met him and talked with him at length, he will always remain so. We chatted about topical Giants issues such as the draft and what its like to play eleven seasons in the NFL, but that is not what impressed me most about Shaun.

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And so,?on an oddly warm October night, Darrelle Revis sat backstage at Comix in New York's Meatpacking District, prepared for a night of sports-themed satire to benefit the Crohn's and Colitis Foundation.

The 24-year-old cornerback?looked as comfortable as can be after a rushed rehearsal, an hour away from making?his stage-acting debut with the 12 Angry Mascots.

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QB Mark Sanchez

On his progress?

It?s going just as planned. I?m playing the way I want to, minus the one play today. Today was one of my best days overall with checking the ball down. Today was a tough day, it was raining. If you try and force something over the top, you are going to get picked off and things aren?t going to go well. We stayed smart with the football, checked the ball down and I was accurate in the wet weather. I feel like things are really coming together. I?m just excited to get going.

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OPENING STATEMENT

With all that traffic, I can tell why only eight of us are here today. It is great to be back. I thank the fans for coming out today. It was raining, but we had a lot of support out there for practice so that was good to see. There?s nothing like coming home and sleeping in your own bed, too. The only thing about Cortland, I can honestly say that I think my bed at home is a little more comfortable than that one. But, the facilities were fantastic. I forgot how comfortable I was, getting in your own bed, watching your own TV. I had a regular bed [in Cortland].

The negative about being here was the Italian food. That was a huge negative last night. I didn?t think it was possible to eat that much [laughter]. Wow. I forgot that we were supposed to weigh in today. I?m not proud of those numbers. Let?s just say I?m not as heavy as I was when I started, but oh boy.

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Rex Ryan's press conference from earlier today.

Opening Statement...

Today was a good day, a good, spirited day. Competitive. A couple players came up to me after practice and said, ?You know Rex, it?s amazing, but when that horn blows, we want to keep practicing.? They?re enjoying it. It?s good competition and I think they?re having a good time out there.

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As Bassett reported earlier, Chansi Stuckey is making the most out of this competition for the "other" WR spot opposite No. 1 Jerricho Cotchery. Well, after practice, Stuckey was asked how he wants to be known:

"As a reciever you just want to catch touchdowns and make plays ... where you are. Inside, outside, in the backfield, wherever. Guys are going to have to defend.? The defense is ogoing ot have to know where you are. So if you can go outside, inside and you just move around a lot, which we can do, that's going ot have to make the defense prepare that much more."
Stuckey made it clear he wasn't afraid of being pigeonholed, either.

"No, I'm not afraid, because I'm not going to let it happen. I'm moving outside, inside. ... I just wanna move around a lot and make plays everywhere."
One of the things he was positive about was his ability to be a big-play wide reciever for the Jets.

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One of the benefits of visiting camp with a media pass is the chance to ask guys a question that you want answered. We've heard a lot about the chemistry between Mark Sanchez and the wide recievers, but what about Kellen Clemens? When Kellen came over after practice, I got a chance to ask him about how he views his chemistry with those wide receivers not named Jerricho Cotchery:

"Awesome, absolutely awesome. You mention Britt Davis. The kid's making some plays. You saw the very last one on the two-point play. He's doing a really good job. ... I've been throwing to Brad (Smith), Wallace (Wright) and (David) Clowney with the 2's on scout team for all of last year when Brett was here so we've got great chemistry. They're not the big name guys and household name, like Jerricho. Even Jerricho doesn?t get the respect he deserves a lot of times. But we feel very confident with that group of players."
The play Kellen was referring to with Davis was a one-handed-falling-down-toss-up-juggling catch in the end zone with the defensive back draped on his back. It was a really spectacular catch that drew ooh's and ahh's from the press box and cheers from the field. I know a lot's been made about Sanchez and, for example, his chemistry with Wright, but it's good to see Kellen working well with those other guys. It's also good to see Britt Davis making plays. At 6-foot-3-inch, 211 pounds, Davis could be a guy that Jets stash this year and develop in the next year or two into a viable part.
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The first half of Angel Navedo's conversation with Nick Mangold revolved around his fascination with all forms of technology. From Blackberry and Apple devices to player ratings in EA Sports' Madden franchise, the man known in Ohio State as Mangod let you know what's on his mind when it's not football.

But with training camp in full swing and the season a little over a month away, Mangold goes into detail about his relationship with his teammates, his appreciation of the minds around him, and his expectations for the offensive line in 2009.

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TheJetsBlog was invited to attend a gamer's event at the Tribeca Grand Hotel where UbiSoft was previewing some of the games they'll be releasing for the holidays like Assassin's Creed II. ?Nick Mangold, a guy who's been known to game from time to time, was at the event and talked to our very own Angel Navedo.

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