Blog: Isles Win In The Wild; Trade Deadline Looms

February 24, 2016

With the New York Islanders continuing to win games on the road, defeating the Minnesota Wild 4-1 last night, they improve to a 32-19-7 record which is good for a 100 point pace. The Isles stopped the Wild’s 4 game winning streak with goals from John Tavares, Matt Martin and two from Frans Nielsen. The 9th place team (playing the %) are the New Jersey Devils, who are on pace…

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Blog: Islanders Facing Adversity & Are Better For It

January 18, 2016

Despite the season long laundry list of injuries, the inconsistent powerplay, the “enigma” that is Islanders captain John Tavares, a trade request, and everyone’s favorite whipping boy Brian Strait, the New York Islanders are in second place in the Metro Division and are tied for third in the Eastern Conference with a pace for 98 points. Now a few posts ago I thought the Islanders would eventually surpass the New…

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What Is Going On With Meet and Greets?

Do any of you remember when the news of the Islanders move to the Barclay Center, and the Islanders promised the fans that they would have autograph sessions and open practice for fans? Well, you could forget about it! Recently my dad emailed Dave Koblentz, who is the VIP Account Manager for the New York Islanders. The conversation was about the recent tweet that the Islanders have sent out about…

January 4, 2016
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Is Sunday Night Hockey Good Idea?

December 28, 2015

As of yesterday December 27th, the News York Islanders have lost six games on a Sunday. You want me to be honest about hockey teams playing on Sundays, well Sunday games are honestly¬†aren’t good for both players and fans. One reason is that the team is not used to playing on Sundays. Last season, the NHL scheduled zero games on Sundays and the Islanders did pretty well in their division….

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Isles Earn Their First Win At Barclays

October 12, 2015

The New York Islanders defeated the Winnipeg Jets this afternoon by a score of 4-2. John Tavares had a goal and two assists to lead the Islanders. Ryan Strome, Brock Nelson and Josh Bailey also scored for the Islanders who are now 1-1-1 on the season. Thomas Greiss collected his first win as an Islander by making 22 saves. The Isles came out fast and strong in the first period…

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Zidlicky Joins Isles

September 18, 2015

#Isles have signed D Marek Zidlicky to a one-year, $1.5 million deal. Will be in camp tomorrow. — Arthur Staple (@StapeNewsday) September 19, 2015 Zidlicky base $1.5M. Bonuses for GP, PTS and playoff rounds won. — Elliotte Friedman (@FriedgeHNIC) September 19, 2015 Well, that can take care of Pulock and Mayfield as they will most definitely be call ups this year. Zidlicky should be paired with Hickey and may see…

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The Bridge Report: Reviewing The Grabner Trade

September 18, 2015

Since I went to work an hour or less after Michael Grabner was sent to the Toronto Maple Leafs, I did not do any research on the players the Islanders had received in the trade. So after reading up and talking to a few Toronto Marlies fans, many were saying the same thing: They just needed a place to play more minutes. So Bridgeport is the perfect place for this…

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Eastern Conference Preseason Rankings: By The Numbers

September 1, 2015

Welcome to September everyone! The month where, when you’re a hockey fan, you want to skip like Thanksgiving and move right into Christmas, or in this case the month of October. What September does give hockey fans are training camps and preseason games to watch as a teaser, a chance to start predicting where your favorite team will finish a the end of the season or determine how much blood…

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