Islanders Decision to Stay Quiet at the Trade Deadline Put in Perspective

When the New York Islanders decided to stay quiet at the trade deadline and not make any moves, a lot of people were quick to criticize. An alarming concern for most fans was that the Islanders did not have a “goal-scorer” and many believed the team did not have the offensive capability to continue their … Continue reading Islanders Decision to Stay Quiet at the Trade Deadline Put in Perspective

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 … Continue reading After Recent Rough Patch, Keep Things in Perspective

The Islanders Must Acquire a Center at the Trade Deadline

To the surprise of many, the Islanders are on fire. Fans are flocking to games in full force, and there is a palpable feeling of excitement on Long Island. That has put the team in an unexpected, precarious situation. The Trade Deadline is rapidly approaching, meaning the first-place Islanders will be in a position to add … Continue reading The Islanders Must Acquire a Center at the Trade Deadline

The First Look at the Islanders Trade Deadline Options

The New York Islanders are on absolute fire, as they have won thirteen of their last sixteen and impressively defeated the best team in the NHL, the Tampa Bay Lightning. But, despite this recent success, questions are still lurking around the Islanders possibilities for the 2019 NHL Trade Deadline. Certainly, the Islanders will most likely not be … Continue reading The First Look at the Islanders Trade Deadline Options

Trade Deadline Preview

The 2017-18 NHL season has just passed the halfway point. This season has been action packed with a lot of surprises. For example, the Vegas Golden Knights are first place in the Pacific Division with an outstanding 68 points. Also, the Colorado Avalanche, who had one of the worst seasons in NHL history last year, … Continue reading Trade Deadline Preview