Bardreau has signed a two-year contract with the Islanders, according to TSN's NHL Transactions page.
Bardreau is unlikely to see any time at the NHL level. The Cornell product has topped out at 30 points at the AHL level, reaching that threshold twice in five seasons with AHL Lehigh Valley.
Bardreau was waived by the Flyers on Friday, Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports reports.
The Cornell University product last played for AHL Lehigh Valley in 2017-18, accumulating 11 goals, 19 assists and 59 PIM over 45 regular-season games. Bardreau fell flat in the Calder Cup playoffs, though, as three helpers represented his point total over 13 contests.
Bardreau (upper body) recorded two shots on goal and two PIM in his return from injury for AHL Lehigh Valley.
Bardreau is entering his fourth AHL season following a four-year career at Cornell University. The undrafted center is still looking to make his NHL debut after re-signing with the Flyers in the offseason on a two-year, two-way deal. Barring a significant number of injuries in Philadelphia, the 24-year-old may have to wait until next year to crack the 23-man roster.
Bardreau is expected to be sidelined for four weeks with an upper-body injury, Adam Kimelman of NHL.com reports.
The 24-year-old forward was never expected to make the Flyers' Opening Night roster, so fantasy owners don't need to concern themselves with his status. Once healthy, Bardreau will almost certainly be assigned to AHL Lehigh Valley.
Bardreau has sustained an upper-body injury, Dave Isaac of the Courier-Post reports.
Bardreau isn't expected to earn a roster spot with the Flyers out of camp, though his time on the sidelines certainly doesn't do him any favors. The 24-year-old forward tallied 24 points over 72 contests with the team's AHL affiliate last season and is likely ticketed for a return to the Phantoms for the regular season.
Bardreau secured a two-year, two-way deal with Philadelphia on Saturday.
Bardeau logged 72 games with AHL Lehigh Valley last season in which he recorded nine goals and 15 helpers along with 85 PIM. While those might be decent enough numbers for a minor-league player, the winger will need to perform significantly better if he hopes to earn a call-up during the upcoming campaign. The Cornell University product figures to spend the bulk of the year with the Phantoms.
Bardreau (abdomen) was medically cleared by team doctors on Oct. 6 and subsequently assigned to AHL Lehigh Valley, Dave Isaac of the Courier-Post reports.
Bardreau was a solid contributor with AHL Lehigh Valley last season, totaling 30 points (13 goals, 17 assists) over 54 games. The 5-foot-10 winger will likely spend the majority of the 2016-17 campaign in the minors, but could get an opportunity to make his NHL debut at some point this season.
Bardreau underwent abdominal surgery and will be out for 4-to-6 weeks, CSN's Tim Panaccio reports.
Bardreau, a product of Cornell University, is expected to return by mid-October, according to GM Ron Hextall. The undrafted winger has proven to be a decent offensive contributor with AHL Lehigh Valley, but his primary contributions come on the penalty kill as a player lauded for his strong line defense.
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