News:Ty Wishart was placed on waivers Monday, according to Newsday's Arthur Staple.
Analysis:Ty Wishart was waived in order to make room for the recently claimed Joe Finley. Wishart was acquired in the trade that sent Dwayne Roloson to the Lightning.
News:Ty Wishart signed a one-year two-way deal with the Islanders on Wednesday, according to the Newsday's Arthur Staple.
Analysis:Ty Wishart will compete for a spot with the team in training camp, but is more than likely ticketed for Bridgeport to open the season.
News:Ty Wishart did not accept the Islanders' qualifying offer, Islanders.NHL.com reports.
Analysis:Ty Wishart is still a restricted free agent as a result. Given that he played in just one NHL game last year, the eventual result of his contract situation shouldn't have a big impact.
News:Ty Wishart received a qualifying offer from the Islanders on Monday, according to Islanders Point Blank.
Analysis: It should tell you all you need to know about Ty Wishart that the Isles are an organization that is desperate for defense yet Wishart couldn't crack the top six last season. The Isles also went off the deep end during the draft, trading for one d-man (Lubomir Visnovsky) and using each of their seven selections on defense.
News:Ty Wishart has been returned to AHL Bridgeport by the Islanders, the reports.
Analysis:Ty Wishart's latest NHL stint lasted just one game, but he could be back down the road when the Isles need some blue line depth.
News:Ty Wishart replaced Steve Staios in the lineup Thursday due to a stomach flu attack, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports.
Analysis:Ty Wishart will likely return to healthy scratch status as soon as the flu runs its course.
News: The Islanders have recalled Ty Wishart from AHL Bridgeport, the Islanders' official site reports.
Analysis:Ty Wishart appeared in 20 NHL games last season, recording five points and a plus-5 rating. He has 15 points in 48 games with AHL Bridgeport this year.
News:Ty Wishart was sent to Springfield of the AHL on Thursday, according to Newsday.
Analysis:Ty Wishart along with Tomas Marcinko, Tim Wallace, Trevor Frischmon, and Dylan Reese were placed on waivers, they all should clear and begin the season in the minors.
News: Wishart, who suffered a minor shoulder injury during Thursday's win over the Rangers, will play Saturday against Carolina, according to Newsday's Katie Strang.
Analysis: The Isles have a really banged-up blue line right now, so this can only help as they try to play spoiler against the ninth-place Hurricanes.
News: Wishart (shoulder) is considered day to day, according to Newsday's Katie Strang.
Analysis: The Islanders have suffered a plethora of injuries on defense, even players who have only played a handful of games for the team aren't immune.
News: The Islanders recalled Wishart on Friday, Newsday's Katie Strang reports.
Analysis: Andrew MacDonald (hip) is done for the year, so Wishart should get a good shot to stay in the NHL through this season's conclusion. Unfortunately, he hasn't shown any offensive production since his four-point outburst in his first four NHL games this year.
News: The Islanders returned Wishart to AHL Bridgeport on Monday, the team's official site reports.
Analysis: Wishart has played in 13 games for the Isles this year, notching one goal and three assists. He has some offensive upside, but he'll go back to the AHL for now.
News: Wishart won't play against Montreal on Thursday, Newsday writer Katie Strang reports.
Analysis: It looks like Wishart was displaced Thursday by Bruno Gervais. Given Gervais' fairly miserable production over the years, it wouldn't be shocking if Wishart, who posted two assists in his first NHL game of the year back on Saturday, got an extended run in the Islanders' lineup soon enough.
News: Wishart made his Islanders' debut Saturday and impressed with two assists.
Analysis: He played 15:20 and finished plus-1. He does have some offensive upside so he may surprise if he can stick around on the Island.
News: Wishart won't play Tuesday versus Atlanta, according to Newsday.
Analysis: One has to ask why would you call up the young blueliner from the AHL if you had no plans to put him in the lineup? A curious move by the Islanders here, but perhaps Wishart will make his debut versus the Penguins on Wednesday.
News: Wishart was recalled from Springfield of the AHL on Monday, according to Newsday's Katie Strang.
Analysis: Wishart was acquired by the Islanders from the Lightning earlier this month in the Dwayne Roloson deal. It looks like he may finally get a chance to show the Islanders what his skill level is. It's unlikely the Isles would call him up to sit on the bench, so Wishart should see some ice time, and if he performs well could even stick around the remainder of the season.
News: Wishart has been traded to the Islanders in exchange for Dwayne Roloson, according to a report on CBC's Hockey Night in Canada.
Analysis: He'll get a shot at an NHL job a whole lot sooner on the island than in Tampa. The former first-round pick of San Jose has four goals and 14 assists in 31 AHL games this season.
News: The Lightning sent F Steve Downie and D Ty Wishart to Norfolk on Sunday.
Analysis: These players are not relevant in Fantasy at this point and should be ignored in all leagues while they aren't in the NHL.
News: The Lightning have recalled D Ty Wishart from the AHL.
Analysis: Wishart is a great prospect, but only has three points in 36 AHL games this season. He remains a decent low-end keeper, but has yet to develop his offensive skills. Ignore him in seasonal leagues.
News: The Lightning have sent D Ty Wishart and D Vladimir Mihalik back to Norfolk of the AHL.
Analysis: Wishart is a great prospect, but only has three points in 31 AHL games this season. He remains a decent low-end keeper, but has yet to develop his offensive skills. Ignore him in seasonal leagues. Mihalik, at 6-7 and 241 lbs, has the size for the NHL, but should be left alone in all Fantasy formats.
News: The Lightning have called up D Ty Wishart from the AHL. He will make his NHL debut Saturday vs. Carolina, according to the St. Pete Times.
Analysis: Wishart is a great prospect, but only has three points in 31 AHL games this season. He remains a decent low-end keeper, but has yet to develop his offensive skills. Ignore him in seasonal leagues while he's up with the Bolts.
News: The San Jose Sharks acquired D Dan Boyle from Tampa Bay in a four-player deal Friday, trading D Matt Carle and top prospect Ty Wishart to the Lightning to add their second star defenseman in two days. The Sharks also picked up veteran D Brad Lukowich, one of Boyle's closest friends, while giving up a first-round pick in 2009 and a fourth-round choice in 2010.
Analysis: Wishart is a great prospect, but likely only has an outside shot of making the Lightning squad to start 2008-09. He'll probably play in the AHL, but is definitely worth owning in long-term keeper formats.
News: Sharks D Ty Wishart continues to do well playing for the Prince George Cougars of the Western Hockey League (juniors). He has managed nine goals and 23 assists in 34 games. He also has a minus-7 rating.
Analysis: Wishart totaled more than 50 points in the last two seasons with the Cougars. He is not expected to join the Sharks in 2007-08 and remains just a long-term Fantasy keeper.
News: Ty Wishart signed an entry-level contract with the San Jose Sharks, but will remain with Prince George of the WHL.
Analysis: Wishart will get a shot to win a job with the Sharks in training camp. He is only worth a look in long-term keeper Fantasy formats at this time.