The Islanders’ season is up and running and the Isles are 2-1-0 from their first three games.
A perhaps fortunate win over the Carolina Hurricanes was followed up by a defeat to a strong Nashville Predators team, in which the Islanders turned in a spirited performance. That all culminated in an opening week high for the visit of the Sharks on Monday night – a time slow which tends to bring out the worst in the Islanders.
Continue reading Isles Issues #3: Reasons to be cheerful – Parts I, II, III
The Islanders extended their pre-season record to 5-2-0 with a 4-3 overtime win against the New York Rangers last night – but the Isles roster still leaves a lot to be desired.
Continue reading Isles Issues #2: Isles beat the Rangers as pre-season, but let’s not get carried away
Starting this week and throughout the coming NHL season, I’ll be posting a weekly piece here dedicated to following the highs and (most probably) lows of my beloved New York Islanders.
Continue reading Isles Issues #1: Return of the NY Islanders
CTP’s in-house New York Islanders fanatic Matthew Burgess gives his take on a busy twenty-four hours for the Isles.
Continue reading How to make friends & influence people – Isles slam into rebuild mode after J*** T****** jumps ship
John Tavares will speak with five other NHL teams this week.
Unrestricted free agent John Tavares will hear out offers from five NHL teams this week leaving the New York Islanders to sit tight.
The Islanders captain announced via his agent that he intends to exercise his right to speak to other teams and will attend a series of meetings held in Los Angeles.
Continue reading Islanders | No need to sweat as John Tavares heads out West
NY Islanders were one of the NHL’s most underperforming teams last season but experienced GM Lou Lamoriello has woken them up.
Lou Lamoriello and the New York Islanders are working with renewed vigour behind the scenes as the organisation wakes up from its Garth Snow induced slumber.
Continue reading The New York Islanders are waking up
Diminutive playmaker #81 Ryan Lasch will be key to Frölunda
In just over two and half months’ time the puck will drop in the Champions Hockey League for a fifth season with 32 clubs from 13 countries battling in out for European glory.
Continue reading Champions Hockey League | Two for Tuesday