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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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IslesBlog Says Goodbye to the Coliseum: Part 3

It’s still hard to believe that the New York Islanders playoff run is over, and it’s even harder to fathom that Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum has hosted its final game. This year’s team brought back a lot of memories for the Isles fanbase. For the younger generation, it finally gave ...

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Tuchman: Is Valdimir Tarasenko Worth the Risk for the Isles?

The Tampa Bay Lightning defeated the Montreal Canadiens, and with that, we are officially into the offseason. And with the offseason, there’s always the hope among fans that the Islanders will make some “fun” moves. Can g.m. Lou Lamoriello pick up a new toy for Barry Trotz to deploy and ...

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IslesBlog Says Goodbye to the Coliseum: Part 2

It’s still hard to believe that the New York Islanders playoff run is over, and it’s even harder to fathom that Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum has hosted its final game. This year’s team brought back a lot of memories for the Isles fanbase. For the younger generation, it finally gave ...

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IslesBlog Says Goodbye to the Coliseum: Part 1

It’s still hard to believe that the New York Islanders playoff run is over, and it’s even harder to fathom that Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum has hosted its final game. This year’s team brought back a lot of memories for the Isles fanbase. For the younger generation, it finally gave ...

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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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IslesBlog Roundtable – Sign ’em, let ’em walk, or trade ’em: Casey Cizikas

The 2020-21 season has officially ended for the New York Islanders at the hands of the defending champions, the Tampa Bay Lightning. After a painful exit, the team now shifts its focus to what should be an interesting and busy offseason. The team has a number of UFA’s (Unrestricted free ...

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FRIEDMAN: The “Just Happy to Be Here” Era is Over. I Want It.

Deflating. Gut-wrenching. Tragic. Demoralizing. Heartbreaking. There are a plethora of adjectives that could be used to appropriately describe the Islanders’ Game 7 loss to Tampa Bay. It was a difficult end to what was, in many respects, a storybook season. For all my gripes about the regular season format, the ...

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Repetto: A Monumental Run For Islanders Ends In Heartbreak

The New York Islanders pushed themselves through three difficult rounds against some of the NHL’s top teams in their postseason run. They knocked out the Pittsburgh Penguins who led the East Division during the regular season and then they took out the big bad Boston Bruins. When it came to ...

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