Season: 81 GP – 17 G – 33 A – 50 Pts – 47 PIM – +23
Career: 118 GP – 24 G – 44 A – 68 Pts – 55 PIM
Contract: Signed for 2015-16 @ 1.713 cap hit – RFA
2014-15 Season Recap
Ryan Strome, by all accounts, had a very strong 2014-15 season for the New York Islanders and established himself as a valuable contributor on the roster for the foreseeable future...
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With only 14 days left until the first round of the 2015 NHL Draft in Florida, we will be breaking down a prospect each day up until June 26th. Today, we will take a closer look at forward Dylan Strome.
Center Dylan Strome, Erie Otters (OHL), 18 years old
Height: 6’3” Weight: 185 pounds, Shoots: Left
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Day three…here we go
Here is where we are in the draft
TPB Community Draft Order
Team tPB GM Selection
Edmonton OilersThe66thDopefishConnor McDavid
Buffalo SabresJonathanKabanaJack Eichel
Arizona Coyoteskingling43Dylan Strome
Toronto Maple LeafsJNash22
New Jersey Devilskbennett
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It's time to take a look at another potential Flyers draft prospect as the draft continues to approach.
All of the talk throughout the regular season was about the battle across the league for the first overall pick and Connor McDavid. But one of McDavid's teammates is projected as a fairly high pick as well.
While it's not as likely that...
Ryan Strome scored at 00:55 of the third period tonight to give the New York Islanders a 3-1 lead over the Columbus Blue Jackets.
At that precise moment there was so much for the Islanders and their fans to feel good about. Strome had been looking strong since being benched for one game by Coach Jack Capuano and had just collected a point in his fourth consecutive game. He was working...
BOSTON — Boston Bruins defenseman Torey Krug and New York Islanders forward Ryan Strome aren’t two players you’d expect to see dropping their gloves for a fight, but they squared off early in the first period of Saturday night’s game.
Strome landed some pretty good jabs, but Krug was able to hang in there and make it a lengthy bout.
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Last season the status of Ryan Strome‘s development was still unknown. He showed flashes of great potential yet still seemed to be undersized and a step behind. This season however, Strome has put the Islanders, the fans, and the NHL on notice that he is here and he is not planning on going away anytime soon.
The Islanders are one game past the halfway mark in the 2014-15 season...
The New York Islanders are struggling to score goals. Shocking. They’re struggling to win as a result because, you know, you need to score goals to win hockey games. Outside of their top line of Thomas Vanek, John Tavares and Kyle Okposo, no one else is producing much of anything and with top prospect Ryan Strome decimating the AHL with 33 points in 23 games so far, they decided...