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Islanders’ Recent Struggles Emblematic of a Bar Set Too Low

If you’ve watched the Islanders play over the past little while, you haven’t liked what you’ve seen. The team appears to have taken a nosedive, surrendering buckets of goals every night and losing ground to their divisional foes. Of even greater concern is miracle worker John Tavares’ future, and whether ...

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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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Will He or Won’t He? The Brock Nelson Deadline Looms

With less than 48 hours until the start of training camp, the New York Islanders could be without one of their young stars for the entire season. Brock Nelson still hasn’t signed the two-year contract the Isles have reportedly offered, after Nelson and his agent rejected his qualifying offer earlier in ...

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