It Would Be Nice to Know Where the Isles Will Play Their Home Games in the Coming Seasons

As a die hard, life long, New York Islanders fan, I’m as anxious as ever to hear some definitive news in regards to the stadium situation. This past decade has been stressful to say the least. We started with Charles Wang’s lighthouse project, the Kate Murray saga, the heartbreaking new coliseum referendum vote, the rumors […]

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Isles Inactivity?

Before I get into the deadline and the acquisition of forward Shane Prince, let’s talk about where the Isles stand. They are currently 33-20-7 (73 pts) and in the third spot of the Metro division, which would match them against the Rangers in the first round of the playoffs. They do have to be careful […]

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STAAL IN

The day before the trade deadline, new GM Jeff Gorton made a big splash acquiring Eric Staal from the Carolina Hurricanes. The former Carolina captain has spent all 12 years of his career in a Hurricanes sweater. In return, the Rangers sent 2 second-round picks in 2016 and 2017, along with Finnish prospect Aleksi Saarela. Apparently […]

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AV’s Questionable Blame Game

Dylan McIlrath is second among New York Rangers’ defenseman in both Fenwick/60 and Corsi/60 minutes throughout his stint in the NHL this season. Regardless, if you listen to a post-game press conference Alain Vigneault is quick to challenge guys like McIlrath to play better. Personally I have no qualms with a coach holding their players […]

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