Pulock made his NHL debut Sunday in Edmonton, skating 14:46 (2:37 on the power play) and going minus-1 with a hit and two blocked shots.

No points and no shots in Pulock's first taste of the NHL, but the Isles' 2013 first-round pick didn't look lost. A 17-goal season in the AHL last year put him on a lot of fantasy radars, but Pulock's 2015-16 campaign hasn't been nearly so intriguing, as he put up a modest seven goals and 24 points in 51 games before getting the call. Still, he's got NHL-caliber size and skill, so Pulock is surely an integral piece of the Isles' long-term blue-line plans.

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