New York Islanders’ Michael Grabner Faces Hearing With Department Of Player Safety

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During his five year career in the NHL, Michael Grabner of the New York Islanders has never been viewed as a dirty player nor has he been suspended for any hits he has thrown during his career. He’s been a clean player who […]

Multi-Point Performances From Kyle Okposo, John Tavares Help New York Islanders Finally Hold a Late Lead

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In the their last three games, the New York Islanders seemed to be struggling. They had trouble closing teams out and came up short of playing a full 60 minutes in a hockey game. They had trouble holding onto leads, […]

New York Islanders Continue Homestand Tonight Against Edmonton Oilers

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After failing to hold the lead Tuesday night, the New York Islanders will be looking to rebound tonight at home. Tonight marks the second game of a four game homestand as the Islanders welcome the Edmonton Oilers to town.  Things […]

New York Islanders Fans Finally Get To See What Cal Clutterbuck’s Game Is All About

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When the New York Islanders made the trade for him on draft day, they knew what kind of hockey player they were getting. They brought Cal Clutterbuck on board for a number of reasons, the biggest one being his physical […]

New York Islanders Working Hard To Protect Their Superstars

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Over the past few seasons the New York Islanders seemed to be lacking something. We all know their best player is their current captain John Tavares. During his time in the NHL, he has been getting hacked, whacked, beaten up […]

New York Islanders Must Start Hanging Onto Late Leads

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For the second time in three games at Nassau Coliseum on this young season, the New York Islanders let a late third period lead slip away. This is a situation that the Islanders have struggled with quite a bit over […]

New York Islanders Looking To Bounce Back Tonight Against Buffalo Sabres

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Let’s face it; the New York Islanders played two sluggish games over the weekend on the road. Right now, there’s no need to panic in the Islanders locker room, especially at this early stage of the season. Now they return for […]

New York Islanders Continue To Tinker With Lines

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Suffering the first two losses of the season has caused the New York Islanders to try and consider switching up the lines. Head coach Jack Capuano tried doing that against the Nashville Predators Saturday night, a move which worked for […]

Pierre-Marc Bouchard’s New York Islanders Career Off to Slow Start

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When the New York Islanders signed him to a $2 million contract during the summer, they were taking a small chance on Pierre-Marc Bouchard to return to his old self. In past seasons, Bouchard has been known as an underrated […]

Sloppy Play Leads To Second Straight Loss For The New York Islanders

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For the second straight night, the New York Islanders played a sloppy hockey game. First it was a rough night against the Chicago Blackhawks, then last night, it was almost much of the same story against the Nashville Predators. But […]

New York Islanders’ Defense Falls Short In Loss To Chicago Blackhawks

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Getting his first playing time of this young season, Kevin Poulin played well in net for the New York Islanders on Friday night. The Chicago Blackhawks are always a tough opponent, even more so at home at the United Center. The […]

New York Islanders Face First Tough Test Of The Season Against Chicago Blackhawks

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One of the few surprises early on in this NHL season has been the play of the New York Islanders. The Islanders have gotten off to a 2-0-1 start, the best start for the team since 2001-02, when they started the year off […]