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The Lamoriello Method Part 2: Can the Isles stack up?

In Part 1 of this series, we examined a small part of what helped Lou Lamoriello make the jump from consistent playoff contender (The Devils made it to the playoffs seven times in his first eight years as GM). “That’s the way he flies, ice-cold, no mistakes. Just wears you down, you ...

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A breakdown of Leo Komarov’s shorthanded goal assist

What follows is a pictorial depiction of what was going on inside the head of Islanders forward and noted glue guy, Leonid Aleksandrovich Komarov, during his “assist” on J.G. Pageau’s shorthanded goal in last night’s win against the Bruins. (probably).   Follow Eric on Twitter at @ericsvogel

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Isles Check-In: One Third Done

With a third of the season gone, I decided to check in on some of the IslesBlog crew to see what they think the high point and low point of the season have been, as well as what they are pessimistic and optimistic about going forward. High Points: James Nichols ...

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The Lamoriello Method of the ’94-’95 Devils is the Islanders’ look of today

At any given moment on #isles Twitter there are a decent amount of fans hashing and rehashing every move that has been made by President and GM, Lou Lamoriello. I don’t blame fans for obsessing over what’s been done so far. It is undoubtedly a side effect of watching 10 ...

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