Blog: The Sellers Becoming A Reality Soon

February 20, 2017

With the Islanders win last night over the New Jersey Devils, you may want to draw a line above a few teams that you may feel are probably not going to make the playoffs, even though they’re technically still in it. Once you’ve drawn that line, the upcoming trade deadline drama will begin to heat up. To do that let’s take a look at the current standings. Again, this is…

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Blog: Depth Over Trade Deadline

March 1, 2015

As the trade deadline approaches, many Islanders fans would love to see defenseman Johnny Boychuk sign a long term deal. I myself have suggested getting a two-way face off specialist to improve on a team that values puck possession. Some would also like to see the Islanders make a move to improve the special teams, especially the penalty kill that continues to plague the Islanders, such as their 5-3 loss…

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Blog: Islanders Penalty Kill Improves; Thoughts On Jagr

February 26, 2015

When I was looking at the trade deadline yesterday and what Islanders players could be available to add to a third round pick, I looked at what the Isles might need and who might be available. The only issue I looked at was the penalty killing unit. Now when I think of the Isles PK, I think of three players: Frans Nielsen, Nikolay Kulemin, and Michael Grabner. Nielsen and Kulemin…

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Blog: Islanders Options At The Trade Deadline

February 25, 2015

With the trade deadline coming up in the beginning of March, many New York Islanders fans are hoping Islanders General Manager Garth Snow pulls the trigger on a move that could help with the special teams or possibly another backup for Jaroslav Halak. So before I talk about as to who is available and what it would take to get them, let’s take a look at what the Islanders have…

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Blog: Chad Johnson Could Use Some Help

February 7, 2015

After the acquisition and eventual signing of New York Islanders starting goalie Jaroslav Halak, the Islanders wasted no time in signing their backup Chad Johnson from the Boston Bruins to a two year contract. Even before the mega deals that got the Islanders defenseman Nick Leddy and Johnny Boychuck, many Islanders fans were ecstatic at their new goalie tandem because it was better than the goalie carousel that had plagued…

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