Islanders Are More Than John Tavares’ Old Team

The underdog role is no stranger to the Islanders, as for the past two years expectations were minimal after losing John Tavares to the Maple Leafs in free agency. Even after last year, when the Islanders surprised fans alike when they made the playoffs, going into this year, again, nothing was expected. The Islanders were … Continue reading Islanders Are More Than John Tavares’ Old Team

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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

Islanders Blank Blue Jackets in Must-Win Game

Over the past week, the Islanders fell to the San Jose Sharks 2-1 in overtime, were shutout 3-0 by the Anaheim Ducks and were blanked 4-1 by the Los Angeles Kings. On the California road trip, the Islanders never found their legs or had any puck luck. For the first time in a long time, … Continue reading Islanders Blank Blue Jackets in Must-Win Game

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

Islanders Prospect Update: Thanksgiving Edition

Coming off of the first tough stretch in a while for the New York Islanders, we have Thanksgiving to look forward to tonight. With Thanksgiving comes an array of food to choose from, just like the array of prospects the Islanders have this year. Here is the Islanders Prospect Update, as of 11/28/2019. Note: The … Continue reading Islanders Prospect Update: Thanksgiving Edition

Robin Lehner Showing Candidness Rarely Seen in NHL

Robin Lehner has a special place in the hearts of Islanders fans and the feeling is mutual. “Islanders fans, we have a little bit of a special bond, it’s not hockey related,” Lehner told a group of Blackhawks reporters at morning skate in Chicago Monday. “The bond I have with the Islanders fans, in my … Continue reading Robin Lehner Showing Candidness Rarely Seen in NHL

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

Islanders Off the Ice: Featuring Anders Lee

Anders Lee is the epitome of leadership. On and off the ice, he represents his team with the upmost of respect. Hee has dedicated countless hour to helping kids with cancer and to helping find a cure for cancer. Between his annual Kancer Jam, and his many donations made, Anders Lee is a huge influence … Continue reading Islanders Off the Ice: Featuring Anders Lee

Lou Lamoriello and the Islanders Are Not The Sabres

Throughout this hot stretch of Islanders hockey, fans throughout the NHL have turned their head to see Lou Lamoriello and the streaking Islanders. A team whom people predicted would be in the bottom half of the league standings wise has now won 10 games in a row. With all of the attention that the Islanders … Continue reading Lou Lamoriello and the Islanders Are Not The Sabres

Is Hockey In Bridgeport Dying For The Sound Tigers?

Background In 2000, the New York Islanders and Bridgeport Sound Tigers were not a pairing. But Roy Boe, along with a group of investors and the city of Bridgeport, set up a plan to build an 8,500 seat arena located next to the city's already three-year old ballpark. Part of that plan was to attract … Continue reading Is Hockey In Bridgeport Dying For The Sound Tigers?