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New York Islanders Four Point Game Against Philadelphia Flyers

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The New York Islanders are on a three-game winning streak as they make their push for relevancy in the league. And now they welcome the just-out-of-the-wild-card Philadelphia Flyers. It’s a four-point game. A four-point game might sound like a league-mandated talking point for TV personalities, but this 6:00 PM puck drop between the New York […]

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New York Islanders Daily: The Importance Of Secondary Scoring

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The New York Islanders are currently riding a three game win streak. The secondary scoring has been a big help. The New York Islanders have looked like a different team since Doug Weight took over. Is it because Weight is a hockey mastermind and is going to be the next great coach? Most likely not, […]

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New York Islanders Took Notice And Listened (Highlights)

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In our pregame coverage, we listed three items that the New York Islanders needed to achieve in order to record a third straight win. They did all three. It’s always flattering to feel like you’re being heard. Today against the Los Angeles Kings, the New York Islanders listened and won a big win to make it […]

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Berube Looks Sharp in First Win of Season

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NEW YORK – JF Berube didn’t get much time to settle in on Saturday night. Before the Islanders could get their first shot on net – and subsequently their first goal – Berube was already being peppered by shots from the Los Angeles Kings.

But the rookie goaltender didn’t mind, as he made 34 saves in his first win of the 2016-17 season.

Power Play Comes Up Big in Islanders Win Over Kings

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NEW YORK — The Islanders power play unit stepped up when it had to on Saturday night, and two goasl by Anders Lee on the man-advantage led the Islanders to a 4-2 win over the Los Angeles Kings.

New York Islanders Could Escape Eastern Conference Basement

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The Doug Weight era started off with a bang as the New York Islanders kept the ample firepower of the Dallas Stars at bay, and getting a second straight shutout. Can it continue? The New York Islanders are on a two-game winning streak but still find themselves at the bottom of the Eastern Conference with 44 […]

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Islanders to Face Kings without Ladd, Boychuk, and Possibly Clutterbuck

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NEW YORK, NY - FEBRUARY 11:  Milan Lucic #17 of the Los Angeles Kings skates against Nick Leddy #2 of the New York Islanders during their game at the Barclays Center on February 11, 2016 in New York City.  (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images)http://islandersinsight.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/173/2017/01/5096416... 768w, http://islandersinsight.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/173/2017/01/5096416... 1024w" sizes="(max-width: 627px) 100vw, 627px" />

EAST MEADOW, N.Y. – The Islanders will continue to be without the services of Andrew Ladd and Johnny Boychuk on Saturday, when they host the Los Angeles Kings.

New York Islanders Shouldn’t Hire Gerard Gallant

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It felt like mere seconds after Jack Capuano was fired that the New York Islanders were linked with ex-Florida Panthers head coach Gerard Gallant. Let me be clear, I emphatically, categorically do not want that to happen. Jack Capuano has a certain style when it came to coaching the New York Islanders. A style akin […]

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New York Islanders Making a Deal with the Avalanche

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This has been a busy week for the New York Islanders. They let go their head coach Jack Capuano and replaced him, for the time, being with Doug Weight. But the Islanders are also in many trade rumors as well. One of the teams the Islanders are mentioned with is the Colorado Avalanche. Making a […]

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New York Islanders Daily: Ready For A Run

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Are the New York Islanders fit to go on a run? The team has been playing much better hockey of late. This seems like a valid question. With the change at the coaching position the New York Islanders are hoping for a spark. Patrick Hickey Jr. believes the Isles can make a playoff push. Before […]

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New York Islanders Blame Capuano Forget Weights Responsibilities

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  There are three kinds of New York Islanders Fans. People who see the glass as half full. People who see the glass as half empty. And people who don’t care about volume, and think weight is the issue. Weight is the issue. Those of us on the outside of the Islanders inner circle never […]

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Capuano Firing a Reminder to Islanders They Need to Win Now

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New York Islanders Daily: Hoping To Find Consistency

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The New York Islanders are hoping for a spark to their season with this coaching change. Maybe Doug Weight helps add a different dimension. What’s the biggest thing that’s plagued the New York Islanders this year? There could be a variety of answers to this question actually, depending on who you ask, but one of […]

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Islanders Doug Weight Era Begins With Win (Highlights)

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The New York Islanders came away with an impressive 3-0 win over the Dallas Stars in Doug Weight’s first action as head coach. With that New York Islanders win Doug Weight now has his first win as a head coach under his belt. Overall the Isles played a very good game for their new coach. […]

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Tavares scores Twice as Islanders Pick Up Win in Weight’s First Game Behind the Bench

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NEW YORK – Thursday was a night of firsts at Barclays Center.

New York Islanders Take First Steps WIthout Capuano

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Doug Weights first game as a bench boss, at any level, will come for the New York Islanders as they take on the visiting Dallas Star. At team who’s last game against the Rangers saw them score seven goals. Good luck Doug. Tonight will mark a bold new venture for the New York Islanders. It’s […]

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New York Islanders Ownership Must Hire President Now

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It’s no secret that the new ownership group of Scott Malkin and Jonathan Ledecky have been looking to hire a President for the New York Islanders organization. The Islanders enter the second-half of the season after a major shake-up and letting head coach Jack Capuano go. The time is now for ownership to hire a […]

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New York Islanders Daily: Garth Snow Hot Seat

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Now that Jack Capuano got the boot is Garth Snow the next one on the New York Islanders figurative hot seat? The timing for New York Islanders coach Jack Capuano‘s firing did seem a bit odd. It did come after one of the better wins of the year, although it’s been a long time coming. […]

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New York Islanders Mid-Season Player Grades

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Half the season has now passed for the New York Islanders, and they’re still at the bottom of the league. It’s the perfect time to review and assess. How do the players grade with another 40 games to go? The half-way mark is the perfect marker to go over how the New York Islanders players have […]

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Blog: Crawford Should Be Next Coach Of The Islanders

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With the recent firing of former New York Islanders head coach, Jack Capuano, all eyes will be on the current coach and assistant general manager, Doug Weight to see if the Islanders can show any kind of glimpses of the previous two seasons. Whether or not he can right the ship, a coaching change for the long-term is needed for this organization. The Islanders have an opportunity to become more of an attractive organization and not a head scratching one with the right choice of coach. Nothing against Jack Capuano, but the Islanders need to take another step forward if they want to be contenders in the foreseeable and distant future. I’m going to be blunt and honest, but In my humble opinion, that next coach should be Marc Crawford.

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