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The Game Day Poster Shot Heard Around The World!

There are two great benefits of the Islanders visiting the Columbus Blue Jackets. 1) They are 2-0 against them this season in Columbus (4-0 on 10/20 and 3-2 OT on 12/12) 2) The sensational Game Day Posters created by Anthony Zych, a 27-year-old graphic designer who’s on the Blue Jackets’ creative services ...

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With Big Games Throughout February, Islanders Seek To Continue Rolling

The NHL All-Star break was fun while it lasted, but it’s back to work for the New York Islanders on Tuesday, when they host the Minnesota Wild at Barclays Center. New York went into the All-Star festivities in need of a break, but their strong 25-16-6 record at the intermission ...

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Primary Pricing For Islanders Tickets Favorable For Marquee January Games

With the New York Rangers, New Jersey Devils and Pittsburgh Penguins struggling to find their groove in the Metropolitan Division in the Eastern Conference, the New York Islanders have gone 5-5-0 in their last 10 games, won three out of their last four and have moved into second place, only ...

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Kate Murray: “I’m moving to Brooklyn”

In her first exclusive since her defeat for Nassau County DA, Kate Murray sat down with with our IslesBlog investigative reporter Darius Vukota to discuss whats’s next. IB: Kate, Thank You for taking out some time this afternoon (12/6) to sit down with us. Murray: It’s my pleasure. IB: So ...

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The Morning Skate Game 22: Islanders vs. Flyers

Here it is.  I say this without an ounce of hyperbole, but the New York Islanders are facing their first must-win game of the 2015-16 season.  The Isles welcome their division rival Philadelphia Flyers to the Barclays Center on Wednesday, in what is the most pivotal matchup of the young ...

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Islanders Look to Regain Composure As Calendar Flips to December

The Habs strike again. It was a difficult weekend for the New York Islanders, who took two on the chin in a home-and-home series with the Montreal Canadiens. Credit left winger Taylor Beck for taking a game-deciding penalty Sunday night that led to the Islanders sixth loss in their last ...

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