Category Archives: New York Islanders

Looking Ahead to Isles Offseason Moves: Goaltending

Welp, it’s over – the 2013-14 NHL season has come to a close for the New York Islanders. Aside from crying and beginning a countdown until October, us Islanders fans will be on

The 13th Time is Not a Charm, Brodeur and Devils Fall in Another Shootout

After the Devils failed to win against the Calgary Flames on Monday, it was only a question of time before their playoff hopes fizzled. When Columbus beat Phoenix and Dallas in back-to-back

A Lighter Approach to the Remainder of the New York Islanders’ Season

With the New York Islanders’ season coming to an end, it’s hard to find much to look forward to during the final four games – could it be the battle with Calgary for

Josh Bailey: A True Personification of the New York Islanders

It seems as though, for countless years past, that the New York Islanders have been a true example of an NHL franchise that always gets the short end of the stick, and

Andrew MacDonald Moved to Philadelphia as Islanders Seek To Retool

In a move that comes as no surprise to Islander fans, 27 year-old defenseman Andrew MacDonald was dealt to Philadelphia mid-day Thursday, just ahead of the March 5th NHL trade deadline. The

Devils, Rangers and Islanders Players Make Their Mark in Sochi

The 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia has already consisted of exciting and memorable match-ups in men’s hockey, from Finland almost upsetting the reigning champions Canada, to the USA beating Russia on

Tavares, de Haan Finally Turning Potential Into Reality for Islanders

Five years. Five long years … Well, not exactly. A few months short of a 60-month car loan would be more accurate. That’s how long it took for fans of the New

2013 Double G Sports Awards Announced

After weeks of nominations and finalist voting, the 2013 Double G Sports award recipients have been announced. Teams and individuals were awarded this years honors as well as an award for NY/NJ

What Will it Take to Get the Isles Back on Track?

And so it appears, the focus is changing a bit. As the Islanders’ slide continues, the latest report has the team possibly attempting to make a deal for Montreal’s Max Pacioretty, the Habs’ leading scorer.

“Weather Trouble” Delays Anticipated Islanders Debut of Ryan Strome

  The Islanders will have to wait at least another day for Ryan Strome.   “Weather trouble” was reported by Newsday’s Arthur Staple as the reason for the Islanders’ highly-touted rookie forward

Isles’ Hickey Not Short On Hustle, But Must Learn From Mistakes

In many ways, this New York Islanders season is mirrored by the personal highs and lows of D Thomas Hickey. A modestly talented player, Hickey gives his all on seemingly every shift. He’ll go

It’s Vanek for Moulson as Islanders Make a Statement

Pierre Turgeon all over again? Maybe. The steady, unwavering hand of Islanders GM Garth Snow was caught making a sudden and exciting – albeit risky – move Sunday night as the Isles