Opportunity Knocks For The Islanders

December 2, 2015

As the New York Islanders take on their rival Rangers tonight at the Barclays Center, the Islanders have been presented with a golden opportunity this month to move up in the standings and not have to worry about just making the playoffs. The Islanders have 13 winnable games and it starts with the Rangers, who have a few injured palyers and are reeling the last couple games. They need to…

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Isles Hold On To Beat The Preds

October 16, 2015

The New York Islanders came back to defeat the Nashville Predators by a score of 4-3 despite not playing their best game so far of this short season. The Islanders (2-1-1) have now won two games in a row and will continue their winning ways tomorrow against San José at the Barclay’s Center in Brooklyn. The Islanders once again started off slow, but were able to get back as the…

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Blog: Q & A With Islanders GM Garth Snow

May 19, 2015

On May 18th 2015, New York Islanders general manager Garth Snow sat down with the members of the Islanders Booster Club for a little Q & A session. The mood was light, the atmosphere was calm, and it felt like a family reunion with no yelling, screaming, or anything else that would ruin the occasion. Despite the early first round exit, the Islanders did record their first +100 point season…

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Hello Brooklyn!

September 27, 2014

The Islanders were at the Barclays Center yesterday for their exhibition game against the New Jersey Devils. Isles Talk was there as I came in from Pennsylvania to see the game and take in the Barclays experience. I go to at least 7-10 Islanders games a year while visiting the Prudential Center on occasion. I usually take the Tappan Zee Bridge and eventually get to the Throgs Neck and Long Island,…

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Pictures from Brooklyn

Greetings from the Barclays Center.  I must admit I was a little concerned about the place.  But after the train ride from Garden City, and the walk to the arena, I am 10000% impressed by it.  The sightlines are fantastic, (except for some seats behind the net where you can not see the goalie).  There are many concession options and the atmosphere is on target. And the ice, well –…

September 12, 2013
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Tomorrow – we head to BROOKLYN

Here is my schedule of activity for tomorrow: Schedule for Media Day on September 12, 2013: 8:15 a.m.: Press Conference at Garden City Station with LIRR representatives and Islanders General Manager Garth Snow and Islanders players Matt Martin and Frans Nielsen 8:51 a.m.: Train carrying Islanders and media leaves Garden City station 9:35 a.m.: Team arrival, photo-op outside of the arena 9:40 a.m.: Team photo-op outside arena on Daily News…

September 11, 2013
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Hockey With A (Heavy) Heart: Hurricane Sandy Relief Open Skate

Foremost, Happy Veteran’s Day.  As a former jarhead (once a jarhead, always a jarhead), it was special to be at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum today.  But today wasn’t about veterans as much as it was about helping our neighbors.  Good stuff.  Semper Fidelis. I never wrote and posted a reaction to the Islanders announcing their move to Brooklyn in 2015.  I am a fickle sort of fellow to say the…

November 12, 2012
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Another Team Leaves Brooklyn

And it is not the Dodgers. Here is the press release from the New York Islanders: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE NHL ANNOUNCES CANCELLATION OF REMAINING PRESEASON SCHEDULE Islanders Home Preseason Games At Barclays Center & Nassau Coliseum Cancelled UNIONDALE, NY (September 27, 2012) – The National Hockey League announced today the cancellation of the remaining preseason schedule. The League had previously cancelled all preseason games scheduled during the month of September….

September 27, 2012
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