Michael Grabner wants to recapture some of the magic he had during his rookie year with the Islanders when he scored 34 goals, including six while shorthanded.
"I have to get back to that. I feel like I was able to change the momentum of the game on the PK a couple years ago," said Grabner. "It's not just about scoring goals. The goals will come if you do all the other things the right way." During training camp, he has been playing with Frans Nielsen and Brad Boyes on the second line thanks in large part to Josh Bailey being sidelined with a knee injury.