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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.

Looking Back Three Years Ago

Approximately three years ago, the Islanders debuted their 2009 first round pick, John Tavares in their season opener against the defending Stanley Cup champs, the Pittsburgh Penguins.

In the second period, Tavares would pick up a loose puck that had last been touched by both Matt Moulson and Trent Hunter and would roof a backhand over Marc-Andre Fleury to give the Isles a 2-1 lead.

Since then, Tavares has gone on to score 83 more goals and likely several hundred more before his career is over as he currently has 202 points in 243 NHL games.

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 Lockout-And So It Begins

The boys are back in town and sales will soon increase at Chipotles, Mr. Macs Canteen and dozens of restaurants in the area as the players prepare for the upcoming season.

It will not be long before locals can expect a Swedish flag flying outside a home rented by John Persson, Johan Sundstrom, David Ullstrom and Anders Nillson while larea chefs cringe as Ullstrom adds ketchup to the marinara sauce they spent hours preparing.