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Isles Beat Bruins 5-3

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Exciting game to say the least from the Islanders last night. Again, no one got injured and that’s the important part. The New York Islanders are 3-1 in this years preseason and that’s another thing I’m concerned about. The microscopes that are under the players is none of my concern and I’ll leave that to the coaching staff. When the roster is trimmed further and I see more of the 23 man roster, then there will be more critiquing. I did like the TJ Brennan/Griffin Reinhart line last night and Brennan’s offensive presence was a welcomed sight. The Islanders did give up another two goal lead, but this is the preseason where games are meant to be sloppy. Any thoughts are welcomed.

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Islanders: Top 5 Summer Storylines

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The New York Islanders begin their 2014-15 season and quest to return to the NHL playoffs next Friday evening in Raleigh, NC against the Carolina Hurricanes.

In what was a very interesting and news-filled summer, New York made several significant improvements to the roster while managing to stay relevant, both on and off the ice.

Islanders Top Shelf: 10/1/14

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IF The Isles Play in Boston, Can You See Them?

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Yes, this is an angry rant.  But it is not a drunken rant.  I have not had anything to eat or drink as of yet.  I was just looking forward to settling in on my couch to watch the NHL Network broadcast the Isles against the Bruins.  But instead I have a 20 year old Kings game and an intense hatred of MSG, Cablevision and the Dolan Empire that has been increasing it's stronghold on the throats of all Long Islanders.

And we let it happen. 

2014-15 New York Islanders: What Can We Expect?

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Isles Sale Approved By BOG

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More on this as the info comes along.

UPDATE:

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Isles Visit Boston

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Isles in Boston

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Got your blue and orange on?  You better!

New York Islanders vs. Boston Bruins: Pregame Report

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New York Islanders vs. Boston Bruins

 

When:  Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2014
Where: TD Bank Garden, Boston, MA
Time: 7 p.m. ET
TV: NHL Network

Islanders Top Shelf: 9/30/14

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Dal Colle Signs Entry Level Contract

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Islanders 2014-15 Season Preview: Part II

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The Islanders Insight staff got together for a collaborative preview as the 2014-15 season draws ever so close. The season opener is scheduled for Friday, Oct. 10 in Raleigh, NC. You can find Part I of our season preview right here. Read on below to hear what we have to say about the other areas of the club…

 

Isles Talk 2014-15 Season Preview: Toronto Maple Leafs

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Isles Reduce Roster

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The press release just came.  Fifteen have been re-assigned, and no real surprises.

ISLANDERS TRIM ROSTER BY 15
Training camp roster reduced to 47 players

UNIONDALE, NY (September 29, 2014) — The New York Islanders announced today that they’ve trimmed their training camp roster by 15 players.

Forward Sebastian Collberg and defensemen Loic Leduc, Andrey Pedan, Adam Pelech and Jesse Graham have been assigned to the Bridgeport Sound Tigers of the American Hockey League.

Forwards Justin Courtnall, Colton Gillies, Chris Langkow, C.J. Stretch and Scooter Vaughan, along with defenseman Mark Nemec and goalie Shane Owen have been released from professional tryout contracts. Forward Ross Johnston and goalie Philippe Trudeau have been released from amateur tryout contracts.

Islanders Trim Roster Ahead Of Bridgeport Camp

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The New York Islanders trimmed their roster today before the opening of Bridgeport Sound Tigers training camp.

Visnovsky Day-to-Day, New Cuts

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Is the injury Ninja visiting already?

Islanders Top Shelf: 9/29/2014 — Michael Dal Colle Contract Edition

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Islanders: Saturday Prospect Report

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This will be a very quick report as only one New York Islanders prospect saw action on Saturday and had a very quiet evening. Friday’s star Victor Crus Rydberg and his Plymouth Whalers played host to the Erie Otters and came out on the short end, losing 5-4 in overtime.

One night after recording a four point evening, Crus Rydberg was held scoreless and a -1 as the Whalers were hurt by their penalty kill allowing four goals (including the game winner) in six chances. The Whalers did their damage at even strength but were just one for six on the power play and this game might have seen a different outcome with stronger special teams play.

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