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Islanders’ Ilya Sorokin ‘hung out to dry’ in NHL debut – New York Post

The Islanders’ White Whale splashed into the NHL Saturday night. After Semyon Varlamov took a puck to throat during warmups, Ilya Sorokin made his NHL debut in…

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The Islanders White Whale splashed into the NHL Saturday night.
After Semyon Varlamov took a puck to throat during warmups, Ilya Sorokin made his NHL debut in the Islanders 5-0 loss at Madison Square Garden 2,934 days after the organization drafted him 78th overall in 2014.
Head coach Barry Trotz didnt have an immediate update on Varlamov, who posted a shutout against the Rangers in Thursdays season-opener. Cory Schneider served as the backup just a day after officially signing his one-year deal…

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