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The 1980-81 Islanders: The Prelude (Part 1)

In the next several weeks, our historian Brooks Simpson will take a look back at one of the greatest squads in both franchise and hockey history on the 40th anniversary of its championship run. Today we almost take for granted the New York Islanders dynasty of the 1980s. That dynasty ...

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Brasqo: Hello Playoffs My Old Friend

The New York Islanders have officially forced their way into the quest for the Stanley Cup, subsequently taking a proverbial dump on all of their early season critics.   Good morning Islanders Fans! How was everyone’s night last night? Anything new? Wait, what’s this little “X” next to the team ...

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Advance Like It’s 1993 Shirts On Sale!

The It’s been 23 years, 23 years! since our beloved New York Islanders advanced in the Stanley Cup Playoffs. 23 years since Dale Hunter cowardly laid out Pierre Turgeon after his series clinching goal at the Nassau Coliseum. 23 years since David Volek found the twine at 5:14 of OT in ...

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