NHL.com "The New York Islanders on Thursday traded forward Michael Grabner to the Toronto Maple Leafs for five players. Going to the Islanders are forwards Carter Verhaeghe and Taylor Beck, defensemen Tom Nilsson and Matthew Finn, and goaltender Christopher Gibson. Grabner, 27, was limited to 34..." September 17
NHL.com "New York Islanders forward Michael Grabner is out with a concussion and the team announced Wednesday there was no timetable for him to return. Grabner was injured in the second period of the Islanders' 7-4 win against the Vancouver Canucks on Monday when he collided with Canucks defenseman..." March 12
Pro Hockey Talk "Austria is one of the great Winter Olympic nations, historically competitive in many sports and the all-time medal leader in Alpine skiing. Its hockey tradition is not quite up to the golden standard. Austria announced its Olympic hockey roster Tuesday with three NHL forwards and almost no shot..." January 07
Appears that Michael Grabner will be a healthy scratch for #Isles tonight.
NHL.com "New York Islanders forward Michael Grabner has been suspended for two games without pay for an illegal check to the head of Carolina Hurricanes forward Nathan Gerbe during NHL Game No. 117 on Long Island on Saturday Oct. 19 the National Hockey League's Department of Player Safety announced..." October 22
Sportsnet "New York Islanders forward Michael Grabner will have a disciplinary hearing with the NHL’s department of player safety on Monday after delivering a contentious elbow to the head of Carolina Hurricanes forward Nathan Gerbe. The incident occurred during the Hurricanes’ 4-3 victory on Saturday at..." October 21
NHL.com "New York Islanders forward Michael Grabner will have a hearing with the NHL Department of Player Safety on Monday for an incident against the Carolina Hurricanes on Saturday at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum. At approximately 6:42 of the first period Grabner collided with Hurricanes forward..." October 20
Lighthouse Hockey "When in May 2011 the New York Islanders signed Michael Grabner ($15 million) and then Kyle Okposo ($14 million) to similar five-year contract extensions, you perhaps didn't know which was the better deal. Grabner was fresh off the 34-goal season, but the waiver wire pickup was twice rejected by..." March 08