Quine split last season between Calgary and their AHL affiliate in Stockton. At the minor league level, he was among the league leaders in points per game as he picked up 52 points in just 41 games. While he wasn’t as prolific of a scorer with the Flames, he chipped in relatively well in the NHL with three goals and two helpers in 13 contests.
Between Calgary and the Islanders (who non-tendered him back in 2018), the 26-year-old has 97 games of NHL experience under his belt with nine goals and 18 assists. He’s likely to be in a similar role next season as he was in 2018-19 where he’s initially ticketed to start in the minors but should serve as one of the first recalls if someone is injured up front. Quine will be eligible for unrestricted free agency next offseason.