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Many Questions Remain As Isles Take On New Owners

The New York Islanders have been sold by current owner Charles Wang to an investment group led by former Washington Capitals co-owner, Jon Ledecky and investor Scott Malkin. Ledecky and Malkin have only purchased a minority stake of the team, leaving Wang in charge for the next two years.

Once the next two years pass, Ledecky and Malkin will become the full owners of the New York Islanders (Photo credit: Official New York Islanders/Flickr).

Nassau Coliseum: The Beginning of the End

For years, fans had been clamoring for Charles Wang, the owner of the New York Islanders, to find a new home for the only professional sports team that exists on Long Island (Photo credit: michele cat/Flickr).

The Lighthouse Project came and went. The August 1st referendum came and failed. There were the ridiculous rumors of Kansas City, Ontario, and other places that never came to fruition. But one thing was certain: the New York Islanders were not going to be playing in the current Nassau Coliseum a day past the 2015 lease expiration date.

Isles Files: Prospect Scrimmage, Dan Boyle, & Are The Isles Sold?

The New York Islanders announced this morning this morning that they will be hosting their annual Blue & White Prospects Scrimmage on July 10th at Nassau Coliseum. In addition to the scrimmage and skills competition, fans will have an opportunity to obtain autographs from the participants as well.

Postgame 4/13/14: Islanders defeat Sabres 4-3 in Shootout to Conclude Regular Season

The Islanders concluded their 2013-2014 season on Sunday afternoon against the Buffalo Sabres and for the second consecutive game it was a victory in the shootout.

When Will Wang Sell The Isles?

It was recently tweeted by Bob McKenzie of TSN that the owner of the New York Islanders, Charles Wang, is in talks to sell his majority stake hold of the team.

And the social media crowd went wild.

Islanders fans immediately jumped to conclusions about what the sale of the Islanders could mean for the future of the franchise.

3/29/14 Pregame: Islanders Host New Jersey

The New York Islanders return home to the Nassau Coliseum for a 7p.m. puck drop Saturday to take on their longtime rival the New Jersey Devils. This will be the fourth of five meetings between the two this year. The Devils a have won two of the three previous matchups, including the most recent, a 6-1 triumph on Coliseum ice back on March 1st. (Photo credit: paul.hadsall/flickr).

Breaking: McKenzie Says Wang in Preliminary Talks to Sell Majority Stake in Team

Per TSN Insider Bob McKenzie, Islanders owner Charles Wang is in discussions to sell a majority stake of the franchise.

@TSNBobMcKenzie: NYI owner Charles Wang in talks to sell majority stake in NHL franchise. Nothing done yet, no telling if it gets done, but talks underway.

Islander Fans' Civil War

There’s a battle raging on with the hockey team from Nassau. Unfortunately it has nothing to do with playoff races or games on the ice or “X’s and O’s.” No. This battle goes beyond the ice, into the decrepit seats, into the parking lot and onto the streets. It’s the battle between all those who bleed orange and blue. The battle of the “glass half full’s” and “glass half empty’s.” Our own civil war. (Photo credit: Hazboy/flickr).

Pregame 3/6/14: Islanders At Oilers

The New York Islanders are in Edmonton to take on the Oilers at the Rexall Place in their second and final meeting of the season. Game time is 9:30pm in New York and 7:30pm in Edmonton.

Garth's Time To Shine

Garth Snow and the Islanders front office should not have gotten any sleep last night. They should be on the phone with every team in the NHL shopping their 2 biggest trade chips, Thomas Vanek and Andrew MacDonald. The compensation that the Isles receive for Vanek and MacDonald will determine Snow's legacy as the Isles GM. If he fails, the Islanders must move on to new leadership.(flickr/Nassau News Live)