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Cha, Cha, Changes!!! Five Things That Will Change Under Lou

It’s now been just about 48 hours since the New York Islanders announced that Lou Lamoriello was the new President of Hockey Operations. Lamoriello said himself numerous times on Tuesday that he will evaluate everybody in the organization, but if difficult decisions need to be made, he won’t be afraid ...

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Louie! Louie! Louie!: It’s Lamoriello’s Show Now on Long Island

After much speculation over the past two weeks, earlier this morning, the New York Islanders named 75-year old Lou Lamoriello the new President of Hockey Operations. Lamoriello, now the new boss, according to the Islanders press release, “will have full authority over all hockey matters in the organization”.  And seeing ...

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What’s Going on At The Worlds? Isles Addition

As the Stanley Cup Playoffs rage on, across the world over in Demark, the 2018 IIHF World Championships are in full swing. And with the preliminaries now complete, and the knockout stage beginning tomorrow, the games are only going to get more exciting. For six members of the New York Islanders, the ...

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In Lou of Changes: What Lamoriello Would Do For The Isles

Is the dream-come-true of Lou Lamoriello emigrating to the Islanders about to happen? And would Lou be in lieu of Garth Snow? These are questions likely to be answered sooner rather than later based on a flock of rumors flying down from — naturally — The Commonwealth of Rumors, Toronto. ...

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Remembering Bill Torrey: His Most Impactful Moments on the Islander Franchise

The hockey world and the New York Islanders family is mourning the loss of Bill Torrey. Torrey, passed away last night at the age of 83 at his home in Florida. Referred to as “The Architect”, Torrey was the Islanders first president and general manager and was with the organization ...

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My Comments to Empire State Development

With comments being open until 6pm Monday (as per Stafanie Dazio of Newsday) I took the opportunity to provide some comments on the Islanders bid to make Belmont their home. To Whom It May Concern First, I would like to thank you for taking the time to discuss this issue ...

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Islanders Re-Sign Eric Boulton To One-Year Deal

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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The Morning Skate Game 22: Islanders vs. Flyers

Here it is.  I say this without an ounce of hyperbole, but the New York Islanders are facing their first must-win game of the 2015-16 season.  The Isles welcome their division rival Philadelphia Flyers to the Barclays Center on Wednesday, in what is the most pivotal matchup of the young ...

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Isles Seeking To Trade Travis Hamonic

News broke late Wednesday afternoon from Elliotte Friedman of SportsNet that the New York Islanders were looking to trade veteran defenseman Travis Hamonic.  This came as a huge shock to the entire Isles fan base, as not only was this the first rumors anyone had heard of such news but ...

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