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Junior Issues

Putting together an NHL roster is an interesting dynamic.  While it seems obvious that one would select their best 23 players in the organization it is not that simple.  Even removing the aspect that all the positions must be filled there are many logistical issues that must be dealt with.  ...

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Isles add Seidenberg, Now What?

According to reports the Islanders have agreed to terms with former Boston Bruin and current European World Cupper, Dennis Seidenberg on a one year, one-million-dollar deal.  Seidenberg has spent the last six plus years in Boston, where he was bought out of the remaining two years on his contract in ...

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Ten Questions to Ponder Before Camp Starts

New York Islanders training camp opens up Friday at the Northwell Health Ice Center in East Meadow.  With camp opening there are a few questions fans have before the Isles take the ice.  Here are ten important questions the Islanders will answer before they drop the puck for real against ...

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Some Days Are Only Just Okay

The new era in Islanders history that began today with a whimper. The Islanders are not a better team today, but they are not as bad as some will think. They replaced Kyle Okposo, Frans Nielson, and Matt Martin with Andrew Ladd and Jason Chimera. For a off season that ...

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Islander Draft Redo’s

When it comes to being a successful organization the first step is drafting correctly.  Years of bad drafts can set a team back years.  There is no better example than the New York Islanders.  After winning their first series in 23 seasons they are the poster-child for bad decisions at ...

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So you want to go to a playoff hockey game? Great. Come out, bring the family, bring your friends, and wear your team’s colors. But don’t forget bring your sense of reality. If you yell “SHOOOOOT!” every time your team has possession of the puck in the offensive zone, you ...

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ConSiderations: For the Love of Hockey

Disclaimer: My column is intended to be entirely satirical. It should not be taken seriously, and in no way should you actually implement any of my advice in real life. Smile, people. We surveyed 100 people and the top 5 answers are on the board…Name something you do on Valentine’s ...

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ConSiderations: The Do’s and Don’ts of IslesTwitter

Disclaimer: My column is intended to be entirely satirical. It should not be taken seriously, and in no way should you actually implement any of my advice in real life. Smile, people. IslesTwitter. From the outside, it seems like it’d be a nice place for Islanders fans to discuss what’s happening ...

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