Hockey from the Blind Side, The Sting hasn’t Quite Left Me

Yes, the sting of having witnessed the New York Islanders eliminated from the 2016 playoffs a week ago still has not completely subsided in me as of yet. I don’t know exactly why, but I think this time was even sharper a hit to me than the game 7 lackluster effort that ended the Isles playoff run in the first round last season. I have been asked by a few…

May 15, 2016

Blog: What To Do With The Islanders

February 10, 2016 The Islanders continued their trend of driving fans crazy by winning in grand fashion in some games, while not showing up in others. What’s hockey without a little drama? With last nights win, the Islanders continue to be on pace to finish the season with 98 points. Playing the percentages, the Isles are currently 4th in the Eastern Conference and third in the Metropolitan division. The difference between 3rd…


Isles Struggle To Find the Net Continue with Loss to Bruins

November 9, 2015

** NOTE – nice to be back – it has been a while…. ** Brooklyn, NY – In their last home match before a three game western road swing, the Islanders played a strong third period, but still fell short with a 2-1 defeat to the Boston Bruins. Tukka Rask was strong in the visitors crease, making 36 saves only allowing a Johnny Boychuk blast on an Islander 5 on…