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Repetto: Key goals at key times pushing the Islanders to victories

If there’s anything to take from the last two wins for the Islanders, it’s that they’re getting key goals at the right moments of the game. Saturday night against Philadelphia, despite being dominated in the shots on goal department throughout the game, the Isles continued to convert on crucial plays ...

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Greenberg: Rakell Might Be The Islanders’ Man on Deadline Day

With the NHL trade deadline less than two weeks away, Isles fans are wondering what tricks Lou Lamoriello has up his sleeve. The Islanders’ play has taken a dip since captain Anders Lee suffered a torn ACL that will keep him out the remainder of the season. With up to ...

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Dunnigan: The need for Kyle Palmieri on the Islanders

As we approach the NHL Trade Deadline, there is a lot of buzz about who the Islanders will be looking to add. Of all the names presumed to be available, there is one in particular that should be the top of Lou Lamoriello’s list: Kyle Palmieri. The Devils’ 30-year-old winger ...

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Taub: Huge homestand could be defining moment of the Islanders’ season

Only 20 games remain on the schedule in this truncated, COVID-ridden season, and the  Islanders are about to embark on their most important homestand all season long. The next six games, the Isles will be tasked with two matchups with the division-leading Capitals, middling Flyers, and rival Rangers. Barry Trotz’s club ...

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Watling: Isles Need Hall Trade to Save Sputtering Offense

Just over a month ago, before the injury to captain Anders Lee, I wrote the Islanders needed to make a move for a talented forward. At the time the Isles were a middling 9-6-3, battling for the third or fourth seed in the East Division. Fast forward to now, they ...

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Simpson: Radar and the Bowtie, Egghead and Lou Loophole

High in the rafters of Nassau Coliseum hang a pair of banners honoring two Islanders legends who never donned the blue and orange: general manager Bill Torrey and coach Al Arbour. Together these two men developed one of the most remarkable dynasties in NHL history—the only US-based franchise to win ...

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Zella: Islanders Need to End March on a High Note

The Islanders woke up on Sunday in second place in the East Division as they continue to jockey with the Washington Capitals for the top seed. As the month winds down, the need to find ways to win and be consistent becomes even more imperative, especially with their upcoming schedule. ...

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