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11/15/14 Pregame: Isles look to strike first in Tampa Bay

This game is the first of a home and home series between the two talented Eastern Conference teams. They will skate again in Uniondale on Tuesday 11/18/14. Tampa Bay and New York’s statistical lines throughout the 2014-15 look extremely similar.

Hawks halt Lightning's streak at six

The Tampa-Bay Lightning came into the United Center with a six-game winning streak.  However, the Ligntning, who currently sit second in the Eastern conference, couldn’t best the Blackhawks in the shootout despite Ben Bishop’s stellar 37-save performance.  Patrick Kane would score Chicago’s lone goal in the shootout and give the Hawks their second straight win in as many games.

 

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We built this city on Halak and…..Soul

I wanna Halak and Roll all night

I could play on his name all day. I’m sharing in the happiness flowing through the fan base.

The Islanders got their goaltender locked up before the 2014 Stanley Cup Champion was crowned. Who would have guessed that it could be this easy?

The Islanders have been spurned by potential candidates for various positions throughout the years but Jaroslav Halak had no problem inking his name on a 4 year/$18 million contract with the New York Islanders. Halak gave fans reasons to be optimistic when they sent a fourth round draft pick to Washington on May 1st by not ruling out signing with the young Islanders. He actually spoke fondly of the Islanders.

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.

2013/14 Playoffs- Week 1 Recap

We’re officially a week into the 2013/14 NHL playoffs and we’ve already seen our share of overtime dramatics, borderline hits, curious officiating, and Pierre McGuire. While every series has seen at least 3 games played, now is a good time to check in on what we’ve learned through week 1 of the dance and what we should expect over the next week.

Bolts Outlast Isles in 13 Round Shootout

The Tampa Bay Lightning outlasted the very, very young New York Islanders in a marathon 13 round shootout last night at the Tampa Bay Times Forum.

Pregame 3/27/14: Islanders at Lightning

The Islanders 2 game road trip comes to a conclusion on Thursday night with a visit to the Tampa Bay Lightning.

Alternate Captain Cally

Team USA forward and New York Rangers Captain, Ryan Callahan is looking to get paid this summer. With the Rangers lacking the cash and the Islanders in need of a more physical presence in their lineup, Callahan and the Isles would be a perfect marriage.(flickr/suelucky)

The Sochi Olympics Have Arrived

Last night in the NHL was the final day of regular season games and the two week break for the Olympics is here now. The NHL participants for the men’s hockey tournament will fly over to Sochi, Russia and represent their countries in the tournament that begins on Wednesday.

Islanders Look To Keep Point Streak Alive As The Rival Rangers Come To Nassau

For the New York Islanders, home hasn't been very sweet, but somebody has been adding some sugar. The Isles, in the midst of a seven game home stand, have points in their last three games, all of which have been on home ice. Even better, they have fought through some adversity to earn these points.