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Yes! Islanders is an informal community for New York Islanders related blogging. The goals of the community are to encourage the growth and development of content about the New York Islanders and to serve as a platform for finding and discussing up-to-date Islanders related information and news. It is also an opt-in RSS feed aggregator. Additional benefits of this site are the ability to have your own Yes! Islanders blog, create polls, and add and see Islander videos.

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Islanders Summer Report Card: Nick Leddy

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Nick Leddy

Season: 78 GP – 10 G – 27 A – 37 PTS — 14 PIM — +18

Career: 336 GP – 30 G – 100 A – 130 PTS — 48 PIM — +28

Contract: 5.500M cap hit through 2019-20.

Islanders, Barclays Featured In NHL16 Beta Video

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Personally, I have been purchasing the NHL series of video games from EA Sports since 1991, when the original was released for the Sega Genesis, featuring Los Angeles Kings goaltender Kelly Hrudey on the cover.

After the abomination that was last year’s version, the development team at EA has been hard at work trying to improve and add features that were inexplicably left out of the previous iteration of the game, such as EASHL.

Just Take My Money

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Islanders Insight Top Shelf: Throwback Thursday (7/30/15)

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at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum on April 11, 2015 in Uniondale, New York. This is the last regular season game to be played in the building as it stands now. The team will relocate to the Barclay's Center in the Brooklyn borough of New York City starting in the 2015-16 season.

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Islanders Summer Report Card: Thomas Hickey

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Thomas Hickey

Season: 81 GP – 2 G – 20 A – 22 PTS — 26 PIM — -12

Career: 202 GP – 7 G – 41 A – 48 PTS — 68 PIM — +2

Contract: $2.2 MM cap hit through 2017-18 (UFA)

Blog: Lubo Out, Brock & Poulin Still Not Signed

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From Sport.cask.sk: From Lubo himself: “Even before the start of the July transfer window (free agency), I have received a proposal for a contract extension from the Islanders management, but we disagreed. They took the younger players, so they decided to go a different route. The situation is now such that I’m waiting to offer.

I had to help with the google translate, but unless there is a plague on the Islanders defense, Lubo probably doesn’t return. He goes on to say that he’d prefer the NHL, but he wouldn’t mind playing in Europe. His health is also a concern so if he continues to be in pain he said he would probably retire. Good luck Lubo.

Islanders Insight Top Shelf: No News is Good News, Right? (7/29/15)

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Islanders Insight Top Shelf: No News is Good News

Every time there’s a trade, especially in the Metropolitan Division, Islander fans get in a tizzy. Most years, this would be understandable. This offseason is different – the coaches and management are showing faith in their roster and you should, too. While there’s still time for General Manager Garth Snow to make a move or two, we won’t have any idea until after Arthur Staple tweets it. Guessing will drive you crazy, so too will negative feelings about the upcoming season because Snow didn’t do much during free agency.

Islanders Insight Top Shelf: Isles Make Prime Time (7/28/15)

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UNIONDALE, NY - FEBRUARY 19:  New York Islanders defenseman Brian Strait #37 celebrates a goal with New York Islanders center Frans Nielsen #51 against the Nashville Predators during their game at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum on February 19, 2015 in Uniondale, New York.  (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images)

Islanders Insight Top Shelf: Isles Make Prime Time

Though the Islanders did play on NBCSN twice last year, they were not on the schedule when it was released at this time last year. For the upcoming season, the Islanders will be on national television for the following games:

Islanders Summer Report Card: Colin McDonald

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NEWARK, NJ - APRIL 11:  Colin McDonald #13 of the New York Islanders skates against the New Jersey Devils at the Prudential Center on April 11, 2014 in Newark, New Jersey. The Islanders defeated the Devils 3-2 in the shootout.  (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

Colin McDonald

Season: 18 GP – 2 G – 6 A – 8 PTS — 0 PIM — -3

Career: 140 GP – 18 G – 26 A – 44 PTS — 66 PIM — minus-25

Islanders To Play On National TV This Year

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Islanders On NBCSN Five Times For 2015-16

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When NBCSN releasing their 2015-16 broadcast schedule for the upcoming season is news that gets fans really talking and interacting on social media, you know that things are extremely quiet in terms of hockey journalism.

It’s too early for season predictions. Too early to pick a speculative Stanley Cup champion. Too early to make fantasy picks. Too early to project lines or starting rosters. And it’s not even August yet.

But, things will turn soon enough and September will be here before you know it, with the Islanders likely to begin training camp on the 17th of the month leading into their first season at Barclays Center in Brooklyn.

Islanders Insight Top Shelf: Groggy Monday Edition (7/27/15)

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UNIONDALE, NY - MAY 05:  A general view prior to the removal of the rink from the Nassau Coliseum on May 5, 2015 in Uniondale, New York. The New York Islanders have played their last game at the Nassau Coliseum and will begin to play at the Barclay's Center in the Brooklyn borough of New York City next season.  (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

All is quiet on the western front. Ok, so it’s just quiet in the NHL. It’s the middle of summer for Pete’s sake! It’s also Monday. So grab your favorite cup of coffee and let’s look at what’s going on in the hockey world.

Islanders Insight Top Shelf: Lazy Sunday Edition 7/26/15

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Ice Removed From Nassau Coliseum

Nothing in the news yesterday regarding the New York Islanders so we will just move right along to the links. Expect things to remain quiet as we head into the hockey news wasteland that is known as August.

The only good thing about this upcoming month from a hockey fans perspective is that we are six weeks closer to the resumption of training camp.

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The New York Riveters sign a new player for the woman’s league starting soon

Islanders Insight Top Shelf: 7/25/2015

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Minnesota Wild v New York Islanders

Good thing we have the Toronto Maple Leafs huh? Just when the news cycle hits its lull and gets ready to go into hibernation for August…boom…Toronto goes out and hires ex-Devils general manager Lou Lamoriello to join the five other bosses who are in control of the Leafs front office. It’s like that sequel of the Godfather you never wanted but got anyway.

Islanders Insight Top Shelf: Brooklyn Gets Closer for Isles Fans (7/24/15)

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NEW YORK, NY - JULY 08: The puck is dropped for the start of the 2015 New York Islanders Blue & White Rookie Scrimmage & Skills Competition at the Barclays Center on July 8, 2015 in Brooklyn borough of New York City.  (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

Islanders Insight Top Shelf: Brooklyn May Get Closer for Isles Fans

Not much going on in Islander country, per se, but there was a reason for Islander fans to put a smile on yesterday. Barclays Center CEO Brett Yormark hinted at some good news on Twitter for those who will take the LIRR to Barclays for the Islanders inaugural season in Brooklyn.

Islanders Summer Report Card: Nikolay Kulemin

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UNIONDALE, NY - NOVEMBER 11: Matt Duchene #9 of the Colorado Avalanche hits the ice as he attempts to get past Nikolai Kulemin #86 of the New York Islanders during the third period at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum on November 11, 2014 in Uniondale, New York.  The Islanders shutout the Avalanche 6-0. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

Nikolay Kulemin

Season: 72 GP – 15 G – 16 A – 31 PTS — 21 PIM — plus-7

Blog: Consistency Is Key To Improve Isles

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After their first 100 point regular season in over 30 years and a nail biting, too many sticks breaking 7 game series with the Washington Capitals, New York Islanders fans were looking for a big offseason to improve the club to take that “next step.” First came the draft, which many are not to concerned with, but they should be. After covering the draft and looking at what went down, here is a simple statement that sums up the Islanders draft year: If the players pan out, Islanders fans won’t have to worry about salary cap management or losing players to free agency because of the talent that have been drafted the last two years will make up for any kind of loses, it was that good.

Islanders Insight Top Shelf: Bettman in the House (7/23/15)

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UNIONDALE, NY - DECEMBER 20:  Johnny Boychuk #55 celebrates with Jaroslav Halak #41 of the New York Islanders after defeating the Tampa Bay Lightning 3-1 during a game at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum on December 20, 2014 in Uniondale, New York.  (Photo by Alex Trautwig/Getty Images)

Islanders Insight Top Shelf: Bettman in the House

In an article by Newsday’s Neil Best published yesterday, NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman mentioned he would be at the Islanders home opener in Brooklyn on October 9th against the reigning Stanley Cup Champion Chicago Blackhawks. When asked if it made it any more attractive of an event considering the opponent, Bettman said, “You think that was an accident?”

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