3 hrs ago | Lighthouse Hockey
What do you do when your $60 million man is already in decline? You bring in an ex-Isles fourth-liner, of course.
7 hrs ago | Rant Sports
Despite the way it ended, with a first round defeat in six games, the 2013 season was a good one for the New York Islanders in a lot of ways.
10 hrs ago | Eye On Isles
In New York Islanders offseason news that made Isles Nation collectively respond with, "Ummma what?" yesterday afternoon, it was reported that the University of Maine had expressed interest in stealing current Isles head coach Jack Capuano away from the organization.
13 hrs ago | Lighthouse Hockey
Despite the first round loss, the 2012-13 season is seen as a success, an important step forward for the New York Islanders.
Another dangerous play will cost the Sharks' forward more time in the press box, this time for a charity picnic.
Colin McDonald , who does have job security thanks to a two-year extension signed during this season, does not have domicile security.
If you talk to Jonathan Quick or Mark Eaton or Brian Strait, they'll have plenty to say about the NHL referees in the 2013 Stanley Cup.
The only appropriate reaction to hearing Paul Maclean called a last-minute timeout in a blowout.
Wayne Simmonds seemed destined to continue the Flyers-only streak for the cover of NHL '14, following Claude Giroux's appearance last year.
A picture of what the new Nassau Coliseum would look like if Bruce Ratner's proposal is accepted.
Nino Niederreiter's Swiss team wins silver at the Worlds, as the Islanders look forward to which prospects will excel in 2013-14. That competition only gets stiffer next fall, and one competitor is coming off a good season and a good World Championship for a surprising medal winner in Switzerland.
May 11, 2013; Uniondale, NY, USA; New York Islanders right wing Colin McDonald plays the puck in front of Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Kris Letang during the second period of game six of the first round of the 2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum.
Sidney Crosby of Pittsburgh and Washington's Alex Ovechkin are once again finalists for the Hart Trophy, while John Tavares of the New York Islanders is also in the running for the NHL's Most Valuable Player.
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