Destination Hockey: Episode Six (Trade Deadline Special)

The Trade Deadline is Monday, and big names will surely be on the move! On the most recent episode of Destination Hockey, the Trade Deadline was discussed in depth, including all the moves that could be made. Some of the best games of the last week were also discussed, as well as the implication these …

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Destination Hockey: Episode Five with Sean Leahy and Neil Best

The fifth episode of Destination Hockey was as star-studded as ever. Appearing on the show were NBC Pro Hockey Talk Lead Writer Sean Leahy and New York Sports Writer of the Year Neil Best! All of hockey's main topics, from the Olympics, the Islanders struggles with their arena, and even the emergence of the Athletic …

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Islanders Prospect Report: 2/22/18

The Islanders have plenty of prospects in the system who have bright futures in the NHL, and for the people who don't follow non-North American leagues, I'm here to display all of the Islanders’ prospects and rookies' stats going into the games on February 22nd, 2018: NHL: Mathew Barzal: NHL: 61 Games, 16G-42A-62P, 18 PIM, …

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A Goaltender’s Perspective on the Islanders Defense

If you thought the New York Islanders defense couldn't possibly get any worse, think again.  Not only are the Isles last in the league in terms of goals against per game, they're also allowing the most shots per game, over 36 to be exact.  The Islanders hardly allow under 30 shots against, and strangely enough, …

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The Wacky Summer of 2006: How Garth Snow became the General Manager of the New York Islanders

With all of this talk about Garth Snow recently, I have decided to share the story that many Islanders fans do not know about how he became the General Manager of the Club in one of the weirdest and wackiest offseasons in NHL history. Introduction: '05-06 Season The Islanders had a pretty strong roster for …

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Destination Hockey: Episode Four with Jim Baumbach

The fourth episode of Destination Hockey was an amazing success! Jim Baumbach joined the show to discuss the Nassau Coliseum agreement and his advice for aspiring journalists in this fantastic show! Baumbach brought up how politics has influenced the Islanders arena search, that the Islanders could be playing at the Nassau Coliseum for more games …

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Drive 4 Five Game of the Month: Islanders at Sabres

The Islanders have not shown up to play defense in a while, allowing over 40+ shots on a regular basis. Although the Islanders have not made it easy on us fans, they still find themselves only one point out of a playoff spot, and just five points out of second place in the division. The …

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Destination Hockey: Episode Three

There was some huge news in the hockey world this week! Jaromir Jagr's time in the NHL is over, Mike Fisher is coming back, and a deadly duo is dominated Vegas! For the majority of the show, Drive 4 Five writer Kyle Sinett discussed his experience covering the Nassau Coliseum announcement for our website, so make sure …

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