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IslesBlog Roundtable- Sign ’em, trade ’em, or let ’em walk: Anthony Beauvillier

Anthony Beauvillier has been in a mix of mock trade scenarios, including one from The Athletic’s, Arthur Staple. Beauvillier is going into his age-24 season and has already had some pretty big moments for the New York Islanders. So, the team at Islesblog is back again for another edition of ...

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Dunnigan: Islanders’ Second Line Needs to Make an Impact ASAP

Through the first two series of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, the Islanders leaned on their second line to carry much of the offensive load. Through three games against the Tampa Bay Lightning, that second line has been completely shut down.It has clearly been a focus of Tampa Bay coach Jon ...

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Watling: Barn’s Closing, Crazed Fans Offers Islanders a Chance to be “Cool”

The playoffs are a different experience in any sport but playoff hockey, that takes on a completely distinct level. Touted as the best postseason among the four major sports, this year’s Stanley Cup tournament feels different with arenas opening up to more and more fans as many get the COVID-19 ...

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Repetto: Islanders’ Power Plays Are A Much Needed Strength

When playing a dominant team like the Boston Bruins, the New York Islanders are going to need to make the most out of any opportunity that they get. So far in round two of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, they are 3/6 on their power play. Those three goals did come ...

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Dunnigan: Bruins Present Daunting Task for Islanders in Round 2

Wednesday night the New York Islanders defeated the Pittsburgh Penguins 5-3, advancing to the second round of the playoffs for the third straight season. Looking ahead, an extremely difficult matchup awaits the Isles in the second round where they’ll face the Boston Bruins. The Isles finished the season with a ...

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Bentivenga: Three biggest takeaways from round one win vs Penguins

Down go the division winners! The New York Islanders sealed the deal on Wednesday night, taking down the Pittsburgh Penguins at home in a hard-fought six game series. The Isles, who have now advanced past the first round in three consecutive postseasons, took down a Penguins team that many expected ...

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Mandell: Islanders second line carries offense in Game Six

Despite multiple lead changes in the first half of game six, the New York Islanders punched their ticket to the second round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs with a 5-3 win over the Pittsburgh Penguins. The Islanders offense had a few moments in this series where the offense scored a ...

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