The New York Islanders are one of the NHL’s most storied franchises, making their mark on the league during their brisk ascension in the late 1970s and early 1980s. After their four straight Stanley Cups and 19 consecutive playoff series wins, the Islanders found themselves on a bumpy road as they fought to stay relevant
With only one point separating the New York Islanders and Philadelphia Flyers, it comes as no surprise that every game is huge. They have played closer to “the Islander Way” since coming back from the All-Star break, but the next six games against over-.500 teams will be a make-or-break scenario. Playoff Implications The Islanders have
Since the 3-on-3 overtime has been in effect since the 2015-16 season, it sure seems like the New York Islanders have figured out how to be successful in the extra session. With the NHL looking for any possible ways for games to not go to a shootout, they moved to the 3-on-3 and had some crazy
In today’s Rumor Rundown, we discuss a couple teams and some off-season plans that may be in the works. Are the Edmonton Oilers and Ottawa Senators discussing a major move? What about the New York Rangers who have told fans of their intention to rebuild but may not be completely acting like a rebuilding team?
With just about a week to go before the puck officially drops in the NHL, the New York Islanders have had themselves a strong preseason so far. While the wins don’t show in the standings, individual players and lines are beginning to form that we can expect to see in the regular season. Overtime Magic
For the New York Islanders, the 2018-19 season was a resounding success. The team bounced back from a regressive 2017-18 campaign (that was capped by losing their captain John Tavares) with an extraordinary effort that surprised nearly everyone. Led by their defense-first mentality, the goalie tandem of Robin Lehner and Thomas Greiss won the William