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Quine Out 4-6 Weeks With Upper Body Injury

Alan Quine will miss the start of the season due to an upper body injury. The team made the announcement on Tuesday afternoon that the Islanders forward would miss the next 4-6 weeks with the ailment. Quine dealt with upper body issues last season and missed seven games because of it. Quine appeared in 61 games last season and recorded 18 points (five goals, 13 assists).
Via Islanders Insight
September 12, 2017  |  Discuss

Versatility Makes Quine a Sleeper for Next Season

Through all the transactions that have transpired so far this summer, the New York Islanders might have made one of this off-season’s most underrated move last week. The team announced Alan Quine and the Islanders have agreed on a two-year deal worth $1.225 million. The most telling thing about this deal is that it’s a one-way contract. In other words, the 23-year-old forward will...
Via Islanders Insight
July 19, 2016  |  Discuss

Islanders Re-Sign Alan Quine

The New York Islanders have re-signed forward Alan Quine to a two-year contract extension, the team announced Wednesday. The 23-year-old will carry a cap hit of $612,500 over those two seasons, according to General Fanager. The rookie burst onto the scene last season playing just the last two games of the regular season, but became a playoff fixture. He skated in 10 postseason contests...
Via The Hockey Writers
July 14, 2016

Alan Quine finds NHL foothold at most precious Isles moment

TAMPA, Fla. — Alan Quine was sitting there, shaking his head, smiling. “No,” he kept saying. “I couldn’t have expected it.” The 23-year-old Islanders forward is in a rare place as the team gets into its second-round series against the Lightning. He is in the realm of folk hero, a minor-league call-up who turns into...
Via New York Post
April 28, 2016

Islanders beat Panthers on Alan Quine's 2OT goal (VIDEO)

Alan Quine was barely bigger than a hockey puck when the New York Islanders last won a playoff series (1993 for all you tearful fans) and, after the 23-year-old spent most of this season in the minors, the team adding him to the roster as an emergency call-up two weeks ago. And are they happy they did. Quine put the Islanders in position to end that 23-year drought between...
Via The Other Paper
April 23, 2016  |  Discuss

Quine Parts The Red Sea, Islanders Win Game 5 In 2 OT

The Islanders never seem to make things easy. But, it sure is entertaining. It took 96 minutes, but the Islanders finally got it done. Welcome to the Stanley Cup Playoffs; a different hero every night. After surviving a penalty shot against in overtime, and failing on a previous power play in the second overtime, the Islanders finally capitalized. Alan Quine, playing in just his...
Via Islanders Insight
April 23, 2016  |  Discuss

Islanders’ Youngster Alan Quine Making The Most Of His Minutes

Alan Quine received the phone call that every minor-league hockey player wants to receive. Quine earned the opportunity of a lifetime when he found out he had been recalled from the AHL’s Bridgeport Sound Tigers giving the Ontario-native his first taste of NHL play. Quine left his mark by scoring his first career NHL goal in his first career NHL game—short-handed no less. Many thought...
Via Islanders Insight
April 16, 2016  |  Discuss

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