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I Can’t Even Anymore

  I don’t even know what to say any more about the Islanders.  My original plan was to write about possible general managers for the Isles next season but what’s the point.  Most people feel like Garth Snow will be back and this team will continue to be business as ...

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Quarter-Season Top 5

We are now 23 games into the 2017-2018 season and any Islanders fan could tell you that this is the best hockey this team has played in while. 14-7-2, 3rd in the Metropolitan division, a +10 goal differential, and one of the hottest offenses in the league scoring 4+ goals in ...

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Josh Bailey: Garth Snow’s Greatest Success

  While that headline seems like an exaggeration, it is not inaccurate.  One of Snow’s strengths as a general manager has been how he moves his way through the NHL draft.  The 2008 NHL draft was no exception.  In that draft, Snow traded down twice (from five to seven, then ...

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Videos: Top 10 Goals of the 2016-17 Season

I wish there was something better to write about than highlights of a season that won’t include a berth in the Stanley Cup Playoffs, but it is what it is. Before Sunday’s season finale versus the Ottawa Senators, Shannon Hogan and MSG unveiled their list of the Top 10 goals ...

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Bailed Out

  Eating crow does not usually taste this good. But for Islanders fans far and wide, the overtime winner in Sunday’s home opener was almost certainly the filet mignon of crow-eating moments. That’s because the second shift of the extra period saw fans’ emotions span the entire range of the Josh Bailey spectrum, from “Thank God, Bailey ...

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Islanders: Buy, Sell or Hold – November Edition

Thomas Vitkowski is a CPA who is a panel member on CNBC’s Investor Round Table and former longtime Islanders Season Ticket Holder. The Islanders had a so-so month going 7-6-1, it could have been a lot worse had it not been for the strong finish (3-0-1). Greiss continued his strong ...

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