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Becoming Optimistic About Shane Prince in 48 Hours

I’m not going to pretend that I was familiar with Shane Prince’s two-way game or favorable Corsi stats. I’m not going to act like I knew that Shane Prince was a hockey player or even a real life person. I didn’t. If you did, good for you, you follow the rest of the NHL much more closely ...

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The 5 Hole: Victory in Van City

The Islanders continued their Western Canada swing last night in a place that hasn’t been to kind to them the past couple of season, Vancouver. These two clubs met late in January with the Canucks crawling out of Barclays Center with a 2-1 shootout win. The Islanders dominated the game ...

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Buy, Sell or Hold – February Edition

Thomas Vitkowski is a CPA who is a panel member on CNBC’s Investor Round Table and former longtime Islanders Season Ticket Holder. New York Islanders: BUY With a busy schedule in February, the Islanders put up a solid month going 8-4-1 to match December’s record. They were excellent at home ...

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The 5 Hole: Leaking Oil

With the NHL trade deadline ending in under 24 hours, their was still business to take care off on the ice for the Islanders. After winning their first three games of this seven game road trip, they were in Edmonton for a date with the Oilers. This match-up was the ...

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The 5 Hole: Jersey Boys

Back to back games are not usually the Islanders forte, and after coming off a tough 3-2 defeat to the Capitals last night, a win was desperately needed. Last night, it was the Devils who stood in the Isles way as their first test on the biggest road trip of ...

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