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Isles Lose Streit; Promote Ness

Islanders Captain Mark Streit Goes Down With Second Major Injury Of The Season

Simulation: Nabokov Continues Winning Ways On West Coast

The Islanders head to the West coast in this weeks simulation of the Islanders season

Simulation: Boyes Continues Great Season; Captain Streit Returns

Brad Boyes continues to light the lamp in this week's Islanders Simulation Season

Simulation: DiPietro Leads Isles To Two Wins; Lose Streit and Nabokov

Rick DiPietro needed to fill in for an injured Evgeni Nabokov and led the Islanders to two straight wins.

Simulation: Boyes Leads Islanders In First Weekend Of Season; Lose Donovan For Two Months

Brad Boyes has scored five points in his first two games with the Islanders to help lead them to their 1-1-0 start.

Streit, Tavares Keeping "A" Game in Swiss League

John Tavares has gotten off to a hot start in the Swiss league along with teammate Mark Streit, as they've both traded in their orange and blue for a plethora of advertisements during the NHL lockout.

New York Islanders 2012 Season Preview

The New York Islanders will open their regular season in Pittsburgh on October 12 at 7:00 p.m. The only difference is the game won’t be played at the Consol Energy Center.

The Islanders And The Lockout: Looking Beyond 2015

The New York Islanders were already stuck with a major problem before the NHL lockout began; now that problem has only gotten greater.

There are only three seasons (the lockout included) scheduled until Charles Wang's Islanders will be in a new home. Whether that new home is the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, a new or renovated arena developed at the Hub in Uniondale or Quebec, Seattle, or another city due to relocation is unknown. (Photo Credit: Nuke812/Flickr)

Despite the fan banter and lack of talks between the powers that be, Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano was accepting RFQ's to be granted permission to develop the site that holds the Nassau Coliseum. Some developers made it clear that they would want to keep the Islanders in their plans. However, there has been little discussion since then and it remains uncertain as to what will happen.

Visnovsky's Hearing To Take Place This Tuesday

The New York Islanders will finally have a better picture of what their defense will look like in 2013 as Lubomir Visnovsky's arbitration hearing is set to take place in just three days on September 4th. (Photo Credit: Bridget Samuels/Flickr)

As many of you know, Visnovsky filed a grievance with the NHLPA stating that the trade from the Anaheim Ducks to the Isles voided his No-Trade Clause and that the Ducks never approached him about the deal when they should have. However, the Ducks state that his NTC was used when the Edmonton Oilers dealt him to the Ducks in 2010.

If Visnovsky wins the decision, he remains part of the Ducks organization. If he loses, the trade stands and he is a member of the New York Islanders.

Rating the Islanders NHL 2013 Ratings

With all the talk about a possible lockout which could result in a shorten or even a cancelled season, there is one guarantee for the hockey season and that is the release of one of the best video games ever; NHL 2013.

Earlier this month the NHL 2013 ratings were leaked to Yahoo! Sports writer, Puck Daddy and he separated them into two posts, one being the Eastern Conference teams and the other for, you guessed it, the Western Conference teams.

Anyone who has played "NHL" knows how realistic the game can be. When looking at the ratings for the Islanders, there were some questionable choices made by EA Sports, but there were also some spot on ones. Let’s take a look at the ratings for the whole Islanders team.(Photo Credit: Yahoo/Puck Daddy)