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Taub: The last two years shouldn’t seem unfamiliar to what lead to the Islanders to glory

To become a champion in any sport, going through heartbreak is a part of the journey. Especially in the National Hockey League, it’s almost a rite of passage. The New York Islanders have now suffered that devastation two years in a row at the hands of Tampa Bay Lightning. This ...

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Nichols: The Islanders are Americas Hockey Team

According to thescore.com, the New York Islanders are America’s hockey team. The bandwagon is filling up, with a reported 32 out of 50 states colored orange, rooting for the Islanders, via “Geotagged Twitter data that Betonline.ag gathered in the last week.” In a shocking twist, the Eastern Conference rival, Tampa ...

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The Morning Skate Game 14: Islanders at Canadiens

Ohhhhh Canada.  The New York Islanders head north of the border for the first time in the 2015-16 season on Thursday, as they take on the Montreal Canadiens at the Bell Centre.  The Canadiens are off to a scorching hot start-(11-2-1, 23 points)-and are the early favorites for the President’s ...

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