New York Islanders Recall Josh Ho-Sang On Emergency Basis
NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 07: Joshua Ho-Sang #66 of the New York Islanders passes the puck against the Buffalo Sabres in the first period at Barclays Center on October 7, 2017 in the Brooklyn Borough of New York City. (Photo by Abbie Parr/Getty Images)

Josh Ho-Sang is back with the New York Islanders, but fans shouldn’t get too excited—his stay probably won’t be for very long.

New York Islanders Recall Josh Ho-Sang On Emergency Basis

The New York Islanders announced Saturday that they’ve recalled forward Josh Ho-Sang on an emergency basis from the Bridgeport Sound Tigers of the AHL.

With Anthony Beauvillier expected to miss tonight’s game against St, Louis, Ho-Sang was needed to give the team 12 forwards. Beauvillier was injured in Friday night’s 5-0 blowout loss to Dallas after blocking two shots with the same foot.

Ho-Sang, whose demotion earlier this season sent Isles Twitter into a frenzy, recorded six points (two goals, four assists) and a plus-two rating in six games with Bridgeport. In six games with the Isles this season, he dished out four assists and was a plus-one.

No matter how well Ho-Sang plays during this stint with the big club, he will have to be returned to the Sound Tigers upon a currently injured forward returning to the lineup.

Until then, No. 66 will have a spot on one of the Isles’ four lines. We will find out exactly where when the puck drops against the Blues at 8 p.m. ET.

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Rick Weiner

I’ve been dunked on by Shaq and yelled at by Mickey Mantle. ESNY Editor In Chief. UMass alum. Former National Columnist w/Bleacher Report & former member of NY Knicks Basketball Ops department. Nephew of Rock & Roll Royalty.