Islanders goalie Rick DiPietro opens up about demotion to minor leagues

After lost games and injuries, the New York Islanders sent goalie Rick DiPietro to the minor leagues last week. DiPietro, who is under a nearly

DiePietro is currently playing for the Bridgeport Sound

DiePietro is currently playing for the Bridgeport Sound Tigers in the AHL. (Credit: News 12)

After lost games and injuries, the New York Islanders sent goalie Rick DiPietro to the minor leagues last week. DiPietro, who is under a nearly $68 million contract, was supposed to be a star of the National Hockey League (NHL) team, but instead, after losing games and suffering multiple injuries, he was demoted to the Bridgeport Sound Tigers, the minor league affiliate of the Islanders, playing...

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