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IslesBlog Roundtable – Sign ’em, let ’em walk, or trade ’em: Kyle Palmieri

Our sign ’em, let ’em walk, or trade ’em round table continues just nine days before the Seattle Kraken Expansion Draft. Today, we’re discussing Kyle Palmieri. A few things may need to happen before general manager, Lou Lamoriello, can offer the Long Island native an extension, but let’s see the ...

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Watling: Islanders’ Pageau Line will be Critical for Series Success

After today’s 2-1 victory in Game 1, there is one thing that is apparent: this New York Islanders team is different than last year’s. Sure, the Isles actually won game one as opposed to suffering a horrid loss like in the Edmonton Bubble, but this team dominated in tonight’s win, ...

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IslesBlog Roundtable: X-Factors in Stanley Cup Semifinals Rematch

After shocking NHL analysts and models in their six game series victory over the Boston Bruins, the Islanders face even more outrageous odds against the reigning Stanley Cup Champion Tampa Bay Lightning. Models across the league give the Islanders roughly a 30% chance to win the series, something that has ...

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Mohr: Palmieri filling Islanders’ offensive void

Although the New York Islanders couldn’t ignore the absence of captain Anders Lee, Kyle Palmieri stepped up and filled the hole on offense. Since the Islanders acquired Palmieri just before the trade deadline, Barry Trotz placed him on the third line alongside Jean-Gabriel Pageau and Oliver Wahlstrom/Travis Zajac. It took ...

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Repetto: Islanders Strike on Powerplay Chances

The New York Islanders entered game five in an even 2-2 series with the Boston Bruins on Monday night. Being on the road at TD Garden, the Islanders most definitely felt the intensity of Boston’s fans and knew that their opponents would feed off their energy. Coming out of Game ...

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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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Watling: Isles Need to Keep Taylor Hall Quiet for Chance to Advance

A little over six weeks ago, the New York Islanders surrendered their first round pick in the upcoming draft for a pair of New Jersey Devils in Kyle Palmieri and Travis Zajac. While Palmieri certainly delivered early on against the Pittsburgh Penguins, it has been the player the Isles did ...

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Mandell: Palmieri could be the key again in Round Two for the Isles

It seems safe to say that Kyle Palmieri was everything the New York Islanders could’ve hoped for in the first round. He looked like a more motivated player with something to prove. Palmeri was one of the Isles’ best forwards against the Penguins beyond scoring three goals in six games. ...

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