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"Center" of Debate

Amid all of the problems facing the Isles and their need to acquire a lot of talent, one place they are set is at center.

Cast Away: Former Isles Contribute To New Teams In Playoffs

Although the New York Islanders missed the playoffs this season, many players that were dressed for the team and traded made significant contributions to their new team's post-season run to the Cup (Photo credit: Michael Cummo Photography/Flickr).

Offseason Edition: How to make the Coliseum's Finale Grand (Address our needs)

If you have watched the Islanders this season, you are likely aware of the issues that vexed the team early and often. Those issues rendered the Islanders’ late season surge utterly useless in a highly talent Metropolitan Division and an even deeper Eastern Conference. As the remaining elite battle for the Stanley Cup, the Uniondale residents are looking to retrace their steps to figure out where it all went wrong.

It's Official: Isles Retain Capuano

What started out as a peaceful, spring day in Long Island on Monday broke into another fit of Islander fan rage as multiple outlets broke the news that Islander coach Jack Capuano would be returning behind the bench for the 2014/15 season. (Photo credit: Official New York Islanders/flickr).

Isles 2014 Year End Review

The New York Islanders have ended their 2014 season by finishing 26th in the league, good enough for the fifth overall pick in this year's draft lottery and a 34-37-11 record.

At this time last year, the Isles were 24-17-7, a record that was good enough to place them eighth in the Eastern Conference and allow them to play the Pittsburgh Penguins in a first round playoff series match-up.

Clearly, this was not the direction that the Islanders and their fan-base expected them to travel this year.

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.

Game Preview: Islanders Against the Canadiens

The Islanders head into Montreal to continue to play out the string of this disappointing season as the Canadiens have everything in the world to play for. Translation, the guys in white could be in for an ugly night.

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.

To P.K. or Not to P.K.? The Subban Question

As another Islander season draws closer to an ending, it’s never too early to start thinking about the future (it’s what we do best on Long Island). Free agency will come and go and big-ticket names will be shuffled around in trades. And the one name hanging out there that appears ripe for the taking, Montreal defenseman P.K. Subban, just so happens to make a heck of a lot of sense for the team in Nassau.

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).