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Where Does 2017-18 Rank Among the Lost Seasons In Islander History?

On Saturday night, the 45th season of New York Islanders will come to an end. For the second straight season and the seventh time in the past ten seasons, the team will not be playing postseason hockey. The disappointment of another consecutive playoff-less season has the fans and pundits around ...

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Five For Five

It was nice to finally see the Islanders come away with a win — especially for the rook Christopher Gibson. Now with the club still slim playoff hopes alive, can the team find a way to possibly go on a run, and make these next four weeks more intriguing. Time ...

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The Week Ahead: For Pride or Playoffs?

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. Time is running out on the New York Islanders. ...

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Five For Five

Another week gone, but the season hanging on by a thread. Don’t believe me? The Islanders only sit five points out of the second wildcard in the Metro with 16 games to go. There were signs of life for the Islanders Saturday night in Pittsburgh despite the OT loss. And ...

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The Week Ahead: Western Canada Week

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. We’ve reached the point of the 2017-18 season for ...

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Buy, Sell or Hold – February 2018 Edition

Besides Mat Barzal there is really nothing to be excited about at this point in the season for the Islanders. A 3rd straight losing month as the Islanders went 4-6-2 bringing the last 3 months total to 14-21-5. There was a glimmer of hope on February 9th, as the Islanders ...

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Dear John

This letter was submitted by a reader that requested in be posted anonymously. Dear John, For years you have patiently waited for support from the franchise that selected you first overall in the 2009 Draft. You’ve expressed unequivocal faith in coaches and management like the loyal, corporate soldier you are – ...

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The 5 Hole: Missed Opportunity in MTL

There wasn’t much that needed to be said as the Islanders faced off with the Habs in Montreal earlier this evening. 19 games remaining for the year, and every single point the team gets is crucial. Coming off their frustrating defeat on Saturday in New Jersey, securing anything but two ...

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Five For Five

It was a wasted week for the New York Islanders. The team only recorded one of a possible six points last week. John Tavares is in the midst of the worst slump of his NHL career, while other than the Eberle-Barzal-Beauvillier line, the team is getting very little production from ...

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