Mike Halmo, LW

Shoots: L

Height: 5-10

Weight: 190

Born: 1991-05-15

Hometown: Waterloo, ON

Drafted: Undrafted





March 2014 - Halmo had his emergency loan terminated as Nielson sets to return from injury. Halmo had a successful first showing with the big club and was noticeable nearly every time he hit the ice. He landed eight hits in his two games, some of which were down right bone crushing, (ask Phil Kessel). We haven't heard the last of this spirited banger. Brad Wilson


February 2014 - Mike Halmo didn't waste his first shot at an NHL game. In his big league debut, the spark plug threw four big hits, one of which was during his first shift of the game where he leveled Phil Kessel in an open ice train wreck. Halmo finished the game with one shot and four hits in 9:01 of ice time. Brad Wilson


February 2014 - Halmo has been called up by the Islanders along with his AHL line-mates, Lee and Strome. Halmo has had a strong year on the right wing of the Sound Tigers top line. We will now see how he handles life in the NHL from the fourth line. He was on the right flank of Cizikas in his first practice with the big club. Brad Wilson


January 2014 - Halmo has taken a shot on the top line and turned it into a killer season. He currently sits third in team scoring for Bridgeport with 30 points in 44 games. Continue to monitor him, if this play continues he could find himself in the running for a job on the big club. Brad Wilson


November 2013 - Halmo has found a home on the right wing of Ryan Strome atop the Bridgeport lineup. He has been heating up and has pushed his numbers to six goals and 10-points in eight games. If the trio of Halmo, Strome and Lee continue to gel it could be a very productive season for the line. Brad Wilson


April 2013 -  After leading the OHL's Owen Sound Attack in scoring and penalty minutes, in March 2012, Mike Halmo signed a three-year, entry-level contract as a free agent with the New York Islanders. Halmo made his pro debut with the AHL Bridgeport Sound Tigers, scoring one goal and finishing plus-1 with one fighting major in five games. In his final season with Owen Sound, Halmo scored 40 goals with 45 assists and was plus-24 with 162 penalty minutes in 66 games. Halmo received a controversial suspension to end his OHL career after a hit on Edmonton Oilers prospect, Nail Yakupov. In 46 games with Bridgeport so far this season, Halmo has 14 points and 46 penalty minutes. Brad Wilson


Fantasy Outlook: C


Halmo was a force to be reckoned with in his final OHL season and parlayed that season into an NHL contract. He is a tough kid who knows what it takes to work hard and earn your stripes. If Halmo can continue to improve he has a legitimate shot at making the Islanders roster in the future.




Mike Halmo fights Matt Kennedy.



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