2018-2019 Potential Islanders Award Winners

With only a handful of games remaining in the 2018-2019 season, the National Hockey League (NHL) has started distributing ballots for writers, general managers (GMs), and members of the National Hockey League Players Association (NHLPA) to vote for players who they believe should win awards such as the Hart Memorial Trophy, The Ted Lindsey Trophy, The …

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After Recent Rough Patch, Keep Things in Perspective

Times are starting to get a bit tough on Hempstead Turnpike. The Islanders have lost two games in a row. Their 171 goals scored are 23rd in the NHL and worst amongst Eastern Conference Playoff teams. They have taken the second fewest shots in hockey, ahead of only the lowly Anaheim Ducks. Yes, the Islanders …

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Don’t Worry, Josh Ho-Sang Will Be Back

Josh Ho-Sang was loaned to the Bridgeport Sound Tigers on Tuesday. After the news was broke, Islanders fans on Twitter jumped into a panic trying to justify the reason on why Ho-Sang was sent down. The announcement came before the Islanders-Hurricanes game in which the Islanders fell 4-3, with zero power-play goals in three chances. …

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An Exclusive Interview with Oliver Wahlstrom

We have interviewed Noah Dobson. We have interviewed Jakub Škarek. Add Oliver Wahlstrom to that list. Recently, I had the opportunity to sit down with New York Islanders top-prospect, Oliver Wahlstrom. Wahlstrom was the 11th overall pick in the 2018 NHL Draft where he was taken out of the US National Team Development Program. He …

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The Uncertainty of the New York Islanders

The New York Islanders are a team of many uncertainties. The team had an interesting off-season with major losses and gains. The gains include mostly front office changes such as the firings of Garth Snow and Doug Weight, and the hirings of Lou Lamoriello and Barry Trotz. The loses include #91 and Calvin de Hann. Front Office and Coaching …

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How will Lou Lamoriello help the Sound Tigers?

Lou Lamoriello is one of the most influential executives in hockey. With 3 Stanley Cups on his resume and turning around the Toronto Maple Leafs from loveable losers to legit Stanley Cup contenders, this is getting Islander fans hyped up about the offseason. But what about Bridgeport? After two seasons on the edge of the Playoffs, …

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