|Mar. 30 10:05 PM PT11:05 PM MT12:05 AM CT1:05 AM ET5:05 GMT1:05 PM 北京时间10:05 PM MST12:05 AM EST9:05 UAE1:05 ET - Visnovsky has agreed to a two-year contract extension with the New York Islanders.
Analysis: Visnovsky has nine points (three goals, six assists) in 22 games with the Islanders this season. He was acquired on June 22, 2012, from the Anaheim Ducks for a second-round pick in the 2013 draft. He had a career season with Anaheim during the 2010-11 season, when he scored 18 goals and 50 assists in 81 games.
|Mar. 6 10:11 PM PT11:11 PM MT12:11 AM CT1:11 AM ET6:11 GMT2:11 PM 北京时间11:11 PM MST1:11 AM EST10:11 UAE1:11 ET - Visnovsky was back on the ice for Isles on Saturday.
Analysis: Visnovsky was away to attend to a family matter.
|Jan. 18 11:04 AM PT12:04 PM MT1:04 PM CT2:04 PM ET19:04 GMT3:04 AM 北京时间12:04 PM MST2:04 PM EST23:04 UAE14:04 ET - The agent for suspended New York Islanders defenseman Lubomir Visnovsky says he will report to the team by Feb. 11. The Islanders suspended Visnovsky, acquired in a June trade, for failing to report to the team for the start of the NHL season. Visnovsky had been playing in Russia's KHL during the lockout.
Analysis: Neil Sheehy posted on his Twitter account Saturday night that Visnovsky would be back "no later than Feb 11th, possibly sooner." Sheehy says Visnovsky was away because of "personal medical reasons within his immediate family."
|Sep. 12 1:47 PM PT2:47 PM MT3:47 PM CT4:47 PM ET20:47 GMT4:47 AM 北京时间1:47 PM MST3:47 PM EST0:47 UAE (+1)16:47 ET - An NHL arbitrator has upheld the June 22 trade that sent defenseman Lubomir Visnovsky from the Anaheim Ducks to the New York Islanders for a second-round pick in 2013. The Islanders announced the decision Wednesday.
Analysis: The 36-year-old Visnovsky argued that his no-trade clause remained valid even after he waived it in 2010 to accept a deal from the Edmonton Oilers to the Ducks. Last season, he had six goals and 21 assists in 68 games for the Ducks. He has 117 goals and 333 assists in 771 career games with the Los Angeles Kings, Oilers and Ducks.