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What Does Vanek Mean Today?

  The decision to make the Thomas Vanek trade three years ago, may not have been as bad a decision as we are led to believe.  Reexamining that deal seems pertinent with how the Islanders season has begun.  In the lockout season of 2012-2013, it seemed that the Islanders arrived.  ...

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WFAN to Air Select Islanders Games During 2016-17 Season

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“Coming up next on the FAN, it’s the New York Ice-Landers” – Steve Somers WFAN is the radio home of the Yankees, Giants, Nets, Devils and now the Islanders – at least some of the time. IslesBlog has learned that WFAN is one of the two new 50,000 watt stations ...

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Where to Call Home?

There are many questions about where the New York Islanders will play their hockey games long term.  As noted this week during an interview on the NHL Network Jon Ledecky remained committed to Brooklyn and Barclays Center but kept the door open for changes down the road.  He noted”Even if ...

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Islanders Re-Sign Eric Boulton To One-Year Deal

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The New York Islanders have re-signed Eric Boulton, a 39-year old veteran winger, to a one-year two-way deal. As his agent posted earlier, Eric Boulton has agreed to a one-year, two-way deal with #Isles. Turns 40 next month. — Arthur Staple (@StapeNewsday) July 22, 2016 Though Boulton played in a ...

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Some Days Are Only Just Okay

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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

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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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