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The Week Ahead: Winter Is Here

Throughout this season, Our Rob Taub will give his preview of the week ahead for the New York Islanders. There will be what to watch for, and one x-factor for both the Isles and the opposing team they face that night. While the cold weather continues to ravage the New ...

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The 5 Hole: Broadway Beatdown

The Isles haven’t played since last Sunday afternoon, but the mandatory five-day break was a good time for everyone to reset. The players, the coaches, and the fans included. But, today it was time to get back to business as the unofficial start to the second half of the season ...

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Snow must Show

Time for Garth Snow to show the Fans and Ownership he’s willing to do whatever it takes to improve this team. It’s been quite the start of the year for the New York Islanders. During the first two months of the season, the Islanders clearly exceeded expectations. They were the ...

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Islanders’ Recent Struggles Emblematic of a Bar Set Too Low

If you’ve watched the Islanders play over the past little while, you haven’t liked what you’ve seen. The team appears to have taken a nosedive, surrendering buckets of goals every night and losing ground to their divisional foes. Of even greater concern is miracle worker John Tavares’ future, and whether ...

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The Week Ahead: Breaking Bad

Throughout this season, Our Rob Taub will give his preview of the week ahead for the New York Islanders. There will be what to watch for, and one x-factor for both the Isles and the opposing team they face that night. The Islanders won’t be playing again till Saturday when ...

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41 Shots From The Point

Welp, its hard to believe but the New York Islanders have reached midpoint of the 2017-18 season. With a record of 20-17-4 (44 points), the Isles find themselves on the outside looking in on a playoff spot right now after a fantastic start to the season that had them fighting ...

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The 5 Hole: No Love in Philly

As the snow created havoc among the Northeast, the New York Islanders were trying to weather a different storm that has ravaged them as of late. That storm was a 5-9-2 December swoon and three straight losses being outscored 15-4. But now at the exact halfway point of the season ...

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Six of One; Half A Dozen Of The Other

After being pleasantly surprised throughout the first two months of the season, once the calendar turned to December the Isles have played like the team many experts thought they would.  The outstanding play of the top six forwards allowed the Islanders to rise towards the top of the Metro.  Outside ...

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