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Greenberg: Zajac and Palmieri Have Officially Arrived

It took a couple of months, but Travis Zajac and Kyle Palmieri have officially arrived. When Lou Lamoriello acquired the two Devils just before the trade deadline, it was universally praised in the hockey world as a savvy pickup. They were two experienced veterans that have gone on playoff runs ...

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Repetto: Barzal Heating Up at the Right Time

Mathew Barzal’s game has turned up a notch, which has added an extra presence in the New York Islanders second-round series against the Boston Bruins. Starting with game three, Barzal netted a much-needed goal that gave the Islanders the fighting chance they needed to push for a win in overtime. ...

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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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Bentivenga: Islanders showed resilience and determination in tying series

The Islanders are now on level ground in their second-round playoff matchup with the Boston Bruins, following a 4-3 win in overtime Monday. It wasn’t pretty by any stretch of the imagination, but looking at this game there were two factors that stood out from the rest when analyzing the ...

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Mandell: Islanders were a different team in game two

A team’s energy will normally dictate the way a team plays, and that has held true for the New York Islanders through the first two games of their second round series with the Boston Bruins. The Islanders felt lifeless in game one, despite scoring the game’s first goal. The Bruins ...

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Islanders’ home tickets prices soar in final playoff run at Coliseum

COVID regulations are finally starting to subside, and with that, a sense of normalcy is beginning to return. It’s been a wonderful sight to see fans in the stands and hear the roar of the crowd. What’s not so wonderful, however, is the arm and leg fans had to give ...

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Repetto: Barzal Steps Up His Game To Aid Isles in Game 2 Victory

Mathew Barzal has gotten some heat these playoffs. That backlash has been warranted due to the fact that he’s yet to provide a goal in the postseason and has just four points through eight games. With that being said though, he stepped his game up in last night’s game two ...

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Tuchman: The Islanders need the Power Play to be Powerful

The Islanders find themselves down 1-0 in a series they came into as underdogs. The Pundits, many of the fans have already written off these New York Islanders. Perpetually underrated and overlooked – just the way they like it. For the record, Vegas and the linemakers had Boston as about ...

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