November New York Islanders Monthly Report

Thanksgiving is gone and so is November. This month, the New York Islanders extended their point streak to historic lengths before losing it on a California road trip. Brocktober was extended while Beauvember was in full swing as Brock Nelson and Anthony Beauvillier led the offense. New York went 9-2-2 this month and sits second … Continue reading November New York Islanders Monthly Report

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Lou Lamoriello Perfectly Combining Luck and Skill

Luck and skill are two very different things. Lou Lamoriello has both. After leaving the Toronto Maple Leafs in early 2018, Lamoriello has show a keen ability to acquire talent while getting lucky along the way. It all started with Barry Trotz. Trotz had just won a Stanley Cup with the Washington Capitals and was … Continue reading Lou Lamoriello Perfectly Combining Luck and Skill

Thomas Greiss and Islanders Looking for New Streak

On their best run in franchise history, Thomas Greiss and the Islanders packed their bags for the California road trip. Out west, things did not go too well. The Islanders played a strong, complete hockey game in San Jose on Saturday, Nov. 23 but Martin Jones was ready. He made 27 saves in the contest … Continue reading Thomas Greiss and Islanders Looking for New Streak

Brock Nelson Leads Islanders To Thrilling Comeback Victory

For the second time this week, the point streak seemed to be over. Brock Nelson and the Islanders, down 4-2 to the Penguins with five minutes to go on Tuesday, Nov. 19, seemed as if their amazing 14-game point streak would finally come to an end. However, the Islanders never go down without a fight. … Continue reading Brock Nelson Leads Islanders To Thrilling Comeback Victory

Mat Barzal and the Islanders are Finally Scoring Goals

Mat Barzal has been symbolic of the Islanders this season. He is shooting more and scoring more, a welcome sight for all. Throughout most of last season, the offseason and in the first few games this year, there was a state of panic. The team did just simply not score enough goals to win against the … Continue reading Mat Barzal and the Islanders are Finally Scoring Goals

October New York Islanders Monthly Report

October is over and six more months remain for the New York Islanders. This month saw the return of the hockey season after a long summer, a couple of Islanders debuts, a few of NHL debuts and a milestone for the longest-tenured Islander. In the end, New York finished 8-3-0 and third in the Metropolitan … Continue reading October New York Islanders Monthly Report

Brock Nelson and the Islanders Keep Their Winning Streak Alive

Thanks to an unusual schedule, the Islanders have taken many prolonged breaks. That has made a few games this season feel like encores of opening nights, including Thursday's Brock Nelson-led victory over the Coyotes. The Islanders looked organized and energetic in the first period. They kept possession of the puck, took plenty of shots and … Continue reading Brock Nelson and the Islanders Keep Their Winning Streak Alive

Islanders Overcome The Blues in Monumental Victory

Last season, the St. Louis Blues went on a historic worst-to-first comeback that ended with a Stanley Cup championship. On Monday, Oct. 14, the Blues invaded NYCB LIVE, home of the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum to battle the New York Islanders. “Sometimes the theme of perseverance is overused,” said Blues beat reporter for The Athletic … Continue reading Islanders Overcome The Blues in Monumental Victory

Jordan Eberle and Two Other Breakout Candidates for Next Season

There are many players, specifically forwards, who will need to put up better numbers in order for the Islanders to succeed this season. Here are two players alongside the obvious choice, Jordan Eberle, who I think could potentially breakout this season: Eberle Last year, Jordan Eberle was very inconsistent during the regular season, putting up … Continue reading Jordan Eberle and Two Other Breakout Candidates for Next Season

Why the Islanders Will Make the Playoffs

The 2019-20 season is just around the corner and, once again, the Islanders are being picked outside of the playoff picture. Last season, the team was able to prove all doubters wrong, making the playoffs and even sweeping the Pittsburgh Penguins in the first round. This year, New York looks mostly similar with one glaring … Continue reading Why the Islanders Will Make the Playoffs