New York Islanders Offer Sheet Corrections

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In covering the New York Islanders, we at Eyes on Isles sometimes get things wrong. Just like you, we’re fans first, and like you, we have to be accountable when a mistake was made. Yesterday I published an article that misinterpreted the NHL CBA and I wanted to correct that mistake. Yesterday I ran a […]

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New York Islanders Daily Links: A Heartfelt Goodbye

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A look around the web at the most recent New York Islanders news. Make Eyes On Isles your go to website for all things Islanders. After spending his entire career so far with the Islanders. Kyle Okposo took to the players tribute to say his thanks to the fans of the New York Islanders. We […]

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Islanders Insight’s Top Shelf: Offseason Lull Begins, Prospects Hope to Make a Case for Staying

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At this stage, the Islanders appear to be done with free agent signings, though, as Newsday’s Arthur Staple points out, General Manager Garth Snow often signs a veteran defenseman late in the summer. Staple also mentions that there’s simply no room financially for the Islanders to sign someone through free agency without off-loading a contract.

New York Islanders Roster Moves Aren’t Done Yet

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The New York Islanders made some moves to bring in some UFAs to the team at the July 1st deadline. But looking at the current roster and the Isles current cap structure you’d have to think they aren’t done yet. The New York Islanders went shopping in free agency by signing two-time Stanley Cup champion […]

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New York Islanders: Sorry Calvin, It Might Be You.

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The New York Islanders have expanding expectations, but here’s how that might work in an expansion happy NHL. It’s never too early for the New York Islanders to get a jump on things. In this case, that would be the 2017 NHL Expansion Draft. Before we start thinking about it, there needs to be a […]

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New York Islanders: Missing Matt Martin

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Matt, you were a class act with the New York Islanders. We’re going to miss you most of all.  I’ve gotten sentimentality out of the way and bid farewell to Kyle Okposo. Lighthouse Hockey did a pretty grand job of covering Frans Nielsen that I’m not sure anyone can really duplicate. That leaves us with Matt […]

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New York Islanders: A Look At The Birthday Boy Ryan Strome

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After being drafted fifth overall in 2011 by the New York Islanders, Ryan Strome has had big shoes to fill. After a solid first full year in the league in 2014-2015 Strome had a down year in 2015-2016. On his 23rd birthday we take a look at his young NHL career so far. A 50 […]

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New York Islanders Top 10 Goals of 2015-16: Number 10

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The Eyes on Isles staff got together to reflect on the New York Islanders season and compiled the  top 10 goals of the year. Each of these goals were important for some reason, we’ll rank them and tell you why. Brock Nelson‘s goal that helped end the New York Islanders’ three-game skid was more than […]

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New York Islanders Daily Links: Ho-Sang Is Ready

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A look around the web at the most recent New York Islanders news. Make Eyes On Isles your go to website for all things Islanders. Joshua Ho-Sang earned a bad reputation when he overslept and missed training camp. Garth Snow wasted no time and sent him back to his OHL team. This time he says […]

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New York Islanders Daily Links: Lost Players

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A look around the web at the most recent New York Islanders news. Make Eyes On Isles your go to website for all things Islanders. Did the Islanders lose players in free agency? Absolutely, they lost key pieces to the team from last year. Though Garth Snow signed Andrew Ladd, Jason Chimera and PA Parenteau […]

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New York Islanders: What’s Up With Boychuk?

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New York Islanders defensemen Johnny Boychuk seemed to take a step back in 2015-16 and was almost invisible during the playoffs. The New York Islanders brought in veteran defensemen Johnny Boychuk a week before the start of their 2014-15 season, and it wasn’t just the statement made with the trade, but the statement made with his play, […]

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Islanders Insight’s Top Shelf: 7/10/16

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Teams around the league have been locking up franchise names in recent days, but the Islanders have remained quiet.

New York Islanders Daily Links: Dal Colle’s Offseason

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A look around the web at the most recent New York Islanders news. Make Eyes On Isles your go to website for all things Islanders. Yesterday I made the case for Mathew Barzal making the team. In the article I actually talked about how Barzal has leapfrogged Michael Dal Colle in the prospect rankings. Dal […]

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Islanders Insight’s Top Shelf: 7/9/16

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The dog days of summer are upon us. A week after the free-agent signing window opened, almost all of the big names that were available have since signed with new teams, or re-signed with their current ones.

Chimera Looks to Bring Offense to Islanders Fourth Line

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Jack Capuano often made changes to his lines throughout last season. However one line was rarely touched, the trio of Matt Martin, Casey Cizikas and Cal Clutterbuck.

New York Islanders Mathew Barzal Should Make The Team

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The New York Islanders have a lot of young prospects at the forward position. Eventually the Islanders will be forced to trade some of them, or to call them up to the big club. I think Mathew Barzal should be the prospect that the Islanders promote. He was drafted 16th overall last year by the […]

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New York Islanders: An Open Letter to Kyle Okposo

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As cornerstone New York Islanders forward Kyle Okposo departs Long Island for Buffalo, this fan just says ‘thank you’. Dear Kyle, This is a hard letter to write and it’s harder to write today than it was yesterday and the day before. Time and distance are supposed to be healing powers, but as fans in […]

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New York Islanders Daily Links: Travis Hamonic

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A look around the web at the most recent New York Islanders news. Make Eyes On Isles your go to website for all things Islanders. Obviously Travis Hamonic was not traded for Taylor Hall. Many fans jumped down Garth Snow‘s throat for not moving Hamonic. Clearly there is a need for high end forwards so […]

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Garth Gets Sirius On XM

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New York Islanders general manager Garth Snow joined Steve Kouleas and Scott Laughlin from Sirius XM on Thursday afternoon. You can listen to it here:

Islanders Insight’s Top Shelf: 7/8/16

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The New York Islanders were eliminated from the 2016 Stanley Cup Playoffs exactly two months ago. Since that time, a lot has changed. Three life-long Islanders will play elsewhere in 2016-2017.

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