The Islanders 4 game home stand continued on Tuesday night against the Minnesota Wild. The storyline entering the night was the first trip back to Nassau Coliseum for former Islanders Matt Moulson and Nino Niederreiter whom were both dealt by the team in the past year.
After a week in western Canada and 3 days off, the Islanders returned home on Friday night to begin a 4 game home stand welcoming the San Jose Sharks to Nassau Coliseum. They defeated the Sharks in December in San Jose but couldn’t complete the season series sweep on home ice.
The use of social media has grown dramatically among individuals. While dating sites are popular for many people to find that special someone, it isn’t the only way via the internet to find that perfect match. A local couple connected on Facebook through both liking a page with a common interest, New York Islanders hockey.
The Islanders play the 3rd of their 6 game road trip tonight in Dallas against the Stars coming off a 2-1 overtime win on Friday night in Colorado. This is the second and final meeting between the two teams this season as the Islanders defeated the Stars 7-3 last Monday night at Nassau Coliseum.
On Monday, Islanders Assistant Coach and Special Assistant to the General Manager Doug Weight was inducted into the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame. Weight was one of five new members placed in this great honor for United States hockey.
The Islanders turn the calendar to December and host the Pittsburgh Penguins at Nassau Coliseum tonight for the first time since game 6 of the playoffs last spring. This concludes a 4 game home stand before heading on a West coast road trip. This is the 3rd of 4 meetings between the teams this season and the season series is a win each for both teams.