Jaroslav Halak RUMORS & NEWS

  • Jaroslav Halak still the Islanders No. 1 goalie — for now

    New York Post "Jaroslav Halak made his seventh consecutive start in Friday night’s 3-2, overtime loss to the Penguins, and he performed reasonably well, making 32 saves. Whether he remains the team’s No. 1 goaltender, however, is uncertain. “We decided just a day or two ago he was going to play [on Friday],..." November 19

  • Isles’ goalies get along, but situation still murky

    Newsday "It was just another day at Islanders practice Monday, with three goaltenders working in the two nets during team drills. Thomas Greiss, who was the star of Sunday’s 5-1 win over the Maple Leafs, had one net all to himself, usually a sign of who’s starting the next game — in this case, Tuesday..." November 01

  • Islanders reportedly looking to trade goalie Jaroslav Halak

    New York Daily News "The Islanders' uncustomary decision to carry three goaltenders for the second consecutive season drew some public ire this weekend from prominent agent Allan Walsh — who represents both presumptive starter Jaroslav Halak and in-limbo third-stringer J-F Berube. Sportsnet’s “Hockey Night in..." October 31

  • Islanders coach doesn't dwell on agent's tweet

    NHL.com "New York Islanders coach Jack Capuano on Sunday addressed briefly statements made by Allan Walsh, the agent for goaltenders Jaroslav Halak and Jean-Francois Berube regarding playing time via his Twitter account. The Islanders have used a three-goalie rotation with Halak, Berube and Thomas..." October 31

  • Islanders GM Garth Snow looking to trade Jaroslav Halak

    Sportsnet "Well, that escalated quickly. Early Saturday evening Allan Walsh, agent to two of the three goalies currently on the New York Islanders roster (Jean-Francois Berube and Jaroslav Halak), sent out a couple of tweets questioning the wisdom of the team carrying three netminders. He suggested the..." October 30

  • Halak's agent unhappy with Islanders' 3-goalie system

    sny.tv "Allan Walsh, agent for both Jaroslav Halak and J-F Berube, is not happy with the way the Islanders are using their goaltenders, Walsh said on Twitter. According to Sportnet's Elliotte Friedman, the Islanders and GM Garth Snow have now made Halak available to other teams. Walsh, who works..." October 30

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