Hickey scores OT winner as Islanders Top Flames, 2-1

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New York Islanders Come Back Home Battered and Bruised

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The emotional toll of going to California and losing two out three games is hopefully a thing of the past as the New York Islanders come home to faceoff against the Calgary Flames. The New York Islanders lost two out of their three games out on their California Thanksgiving road trip. Not good. Borderline disastrous […]

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New York Islanders: Start The Parade of Coaching Names

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Jack Capuano wont last long as coach of the New York Islanders. That much is certain.  But two new names have been mentioned over the past few days as possible replacements. The New York Islanders will make a change. The best bet is that unless things are intolerable and threaten permanent damage to the franchise, […]

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Islanders Sit Strome for Second Straight Game

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Ryan Strome was one of the last players off the ice on Monday morning at the Islanders practice facility in East Meadow.

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New York Islanders Coach Wasn’t the First Fired

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The New York Islanders the California portion of the West coast road trip with 1-2-0 record, firmly planting them in last place in the NHL. And our head coach still stands behind the bench. Just on that statement alone, without any other historical understanding of the New York Islanders franchise, firing the coach doesn’t seem […]

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New York Islanders Daily: Short Leash vs Long Leash

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The Florida Panthers dismissed their coach Gerard Gallant, which came as a surprise. Here’s what that means for the New York Islanders situation. These two situations between the Florida Panthers and New York Islanders are very different. It’s tough to compare what went wrong with the Panthers and what is currently going wrong for the […]

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New York Islanders: the 12 Days of Isles Christmas

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With the holidays approaching and the playoffs looming farther and farther out of reach for the New York Islanders, this writer put together a little Christmas list ditty sung to the 12 Days of Christmas. On the first day of Christmas, the Isles should give to us: a true winger for Tavares. On the second […]

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Islanders Insight’s Top Shelf: Any Reason For Optimism?

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The New York Islanders seemingly lose heartbreaker after heartbreaker (sprinkled with some one-sided affairs) through 20 games. In those 20 games, the Isles have been the victors a grand total of six times. That equates to winning 30 percent of their games at the quarter mark of their regular season.

Pulock To Miss Game Against Flames

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New York Islanders Daily: The Struggling Jason Chimera

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As a unit the New York Islanders have struggled. That includes veteran Jason Chimera who hasn’t lived up to his expectations so far this year. When the New York Islanders signed Jason Chimera they were hoping to get a cheaper and a more offensively productive player than Matt Martin. Well, Chimera isn’t giving you anything […]

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New York Islanders: What Expansion Means for the Isles

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One of the big topics in the NHL this season is expansion. The expansion draft for the Vegas franchise will be this June. The Vegas Golden Knights will hit the ice for their inaugural season next October in 2017. What does expansion mean for the New York Islanders? The Rules & Protection The New York […]

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New York Islanders Jack Capuano’s System Is To Blame

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Ever wonder how the New York Islanders went from a fun and exciting team to a consistently boring watch on a nightly basis? Jack Capuano’s system is a big part of the reason. Just two years ago through 20 games the New York Islanders had a 14-6 record. This year through the first 20 games […]

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Blog: Playoff Run Begins Now For Islanders

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The New York Islanders have completed twenty games after losing to the San José Sharks yesterday by a score of 3-2. At this stage of the season, enough games have past that I take a much longer look at the point-pace of every Eastern Conference team and I can begin to see who should be in the playoffs and who I should be looking at for the draft lottery. If someone had told me that at the beginning of the season that the Islanders would be one of those early lottery teams, I would’ve taken that bet and lost a significant amount of money. To my jubilation no one thought the Islanders would be in a spot like this. No one. Had the Islanders suffered through a major plague and become decimated with injuries, sure there might be some heat taken off, but for a team that has lost one or two defenseman at a time, this rabbit hole goes down to a darker kind of wonderland. So before we get into the Islanders, let’s look at how the rest of the Eastern Conference looks.

New York Islanders Roundtable: It’s Time for the Difficult Talk

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The New York Islanders are the worst team in the NHL. That winning ride was fun while it lasted, but here we are, back where we started. Is time for the Isles to retool or rebuild? It’s a tough question to answer. First of all the New York Islanders have only played 20 games of their […]

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New York Islanders: My Holiday Guests (Part 4)

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This week long saga of watching the New York Islanders live in three different California locales has come to an end.  It ended with a roller coaster last minute on the ice, and an equally bumpy flight back to LA. Had Charles Dickens decided to write about the ending to that New York Islanders game […]

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Arthur Staple Twitter Q&A Roundup: Halak, Strome, Coaching, Tavares

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After the Islanders’ loss in San Jose yesterday, Arthur Staple held a Q&A Twitter session as he normally does before traveling. This time, fans seemed to have traded in their surly attitudes (al la #IslesTwitter) for a genuine sense of concern.

New York Islanders Daily: Finding Ways To Lose

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The New York Islanders have had more than their fair share of soul crushing losses this year. Yesterday was no different. When the New York Islanders tied the game with under a minute to go they roped me back in. Thomas Greiss gave up a goal to Brent Burns that came from the neutral zone, […]

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New York Islanders Where Can We Go From Here

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The New York Islanders returned last night from a disappointing road trip that has left them at the bottom of the NHL standings. This seems like as good a time as any to take stock of where this team is going as we approach the cusp of… I don’t know what, but most signs point […]

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Sharks Bite Back Late, Sinking Islanders Again

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It happened again. Just when you thought the Islanders were finding their rhythm, bad puck luck strikes again.

With less than a minute remaining, trailing 2-1, Nick Leddy took a pass from John Tavares, and rifled home a one-timer past Aaron Dell to tie the game 2-2.

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