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Ethan Greenberg

Ethan is a recent graduate of the Newhouse School at Syracuse University. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Public Relations with a Minor in Sport Management. He has worked in the past for the Syracuse Crunch, the AHL affiliate of the Tampa Bay Lightning. A recent addition to the IslesBlog family, Ethan is looking to pursue a career in sport communications.

Greenberg: Five Players to Watch as Islanders’ Training Camp Begins

After just an 89-day offseason, the Isles are back as Training Camp officially opens today. The New York Islanders will look slightly different after the departures of Nick Leddy and Jordan Eberle, but top to bottom the Isles remain a contender in the Eastern Conference. There are still a few ...

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Greenberg: Divisional Offseason Recap – Pittsburgh Penguins

As our IslesBlog crew continues its tour around the Metro division, today we’ll look at the Pittsburgh Penguins offseason. After being dispatched by the Islanders in six games, the Penguins have had an offseason of minor changes. Perhaps their biggest change came at the hands of the Seattle Kraken when ...

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Greenberg: Zajac and Palmieri Have Officially Arrived

It took a couple of months, but Travis Zajac and Kyle Palmieri have officially arrived. When Lou Lamoriello acquired the two Devils just before the trade deadline, it was universally praised in the hockey world as a savvy pickup. They were two experienced veterans that have gone on playoff runs ...

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IslesBlog Round Table: X-Factors going into Round Two

After dismissing the Pittsburgh Penguins in six games, the Islanders are shipping up to Boston to meet the mighty Bruins in round two. This series presents a new challenge for the Isles as the Bruins play an entirely different style of hockey than the Pens. The IslesBlog crew broke down ...

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Greenberg: Sorokin Has Saved the Isles When they Needed It Most

Where would the Islanders be at this very moment without Ilya Sorokin? It’s hard to tell exactly, but the rookie Russian netminder has answered the call when his team needed him most. With the series tied at two and both Isles wins coming with Sorokin in net, and it’s fair ...

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Greenberg: Breaking Down the Isles Round One Opponents

With the playoffs a week away, the only thing we know for sure is the Islanders will not have home-ice advantage in the first round. The fourth seed in the division is all but assured at this point, but the top three teams in the East are still battling it ...

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Greenberg: How Uncle Leo became Indispensable for the Islanders

He’s not the most graceful, but he’s without a doubt one of the most important Islanders. If you couldn’t figure out who I’m talking about based on the first sentence, it’s Uncle Leo Komarov of course! When he signed with the organization on July 1st, 2018, general manager Lou Lamoriello ...

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Greenberg: No Need to Panic as the Isles march toward the Postseason

The Islanders haven’t scored a regulation goal in three of their last four games and yet they’ve collected five of a possible eight points. Isles nation is in a panic of course wondering why their team can’t seem to score consistently anymore. I’m here to tell you it’s going to ...

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