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The Islanders’ Tough Stretch

The Islanders’ Tough Stretch

March 13, 2019

By Andrew Becker There’s no doubt that lately, the Islanders aren’t playing the brand of hockey we have become accustomed to this season. Unfortunately for them, it couldn’t have come at a worse ...

Isles Look to Continue Success Down the Stretch

Isles Look to Continue Success Down the Stretch

February 6, 2019

The New York Islanders resumed game action this weekend after a 10-day break, which overlapped with the league’s all-star recess and the team’s warranted bye week.

The Good and the Bad of the NHL

The Good and the Bad of the NHL

February 6, 2019

The NHL, as usual, has had some very good and infuriatingly bad moments this season.

All-Star Break Review & Predictions

All-Star Break Review & Predictions

January 30, 2019

Chris Hennessy predicts the second half of the NHL season.

An Elite Gathering – What’s Next for the Islanders?

January 30, 2019

Filed under Hockey, Sports

The Islanders look to continue the magic they found at the end of the first half.

The First-Place New York Islanders

The First-Place New York Islanders

January 23, 2019

The Islanders have been one of the most surprising teams in the NHL this season, and now they're in first place in the Metropolitan Division.

NHL Quarter Season Review

NHL Quarter Season Review

November 28, 2018

Assessing the NHL Divisions at the quarter mark of the season.

Islanders’ One Important Hire

November 14, 2018

Thanks to the hiring of Mitch Korn, the Islanders have the best goalies in the league.

The Tavares Sweepstakes

The Tavares Sweepstakes

April 18, 2018

By Peter Valentino Every offseason, there is one star player who goes into free agency that attracts the eyes of the hockey world. A few years ago it was Steven Stamkos, and last year it was Kevin Shattenkirk. This year, it will be c...

2018 NHL Stanley Cup Playoff Predictions

2018 NHL Stanley Cup Playoff Predictions

April 11, 2018

By Peter Valentino The Stanley Cup Playoffs are of the best playoffs of the four major North American sports.  The atmosphere in the arena, the rollercoaster of emotions and the overtime finishes, it’s all incredible.  So without furth...

How Does Hockey Succeed Down South?

How Does Hockey Succeed Down South?

March 21, 2018

By Peter Valentino I lived in Fayetteville, North Carolina, from 2003 to 2008. While I was there, the Carolina Hurricanes won their first Stanley Cup. The team played in Raleigh, which was about an hour’s drive north, but I really did not ...

Are the Golden Knights Serious Contenders?

Are the Golden Knights Serious Contenders?

January 31, 2018

by Peter Valentino When the Vegas expansion bid was approved in June of 2016, the universal opinion among fans was that it was another wasted money-grab by Gary Bettman. The team was seen as another Arizona Coyotes, ...

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