At The Break: Islanders Are Good, But Not Nearly Good EnoughFor the Islanders and their fans, the 2015-16 season has been one of significant transition -- both on and off the ice.
Friedman: Islanders' Goalies Deserve Medals; The Offense? Not So MuchWe're nearing the 30-game mark, and a quick glance at the standings shows the Islanders in a good spot. But they have some glaring issues that need to be addressed.
Friedman: Incredibly, Islanders Still Don't Know How To Close Out GamesBad habits will get you, man. The Islanders are having third-period troubles again, and they have led to three consecutive losses.
Friedman: After Slow Start, Islanders Are Beginning To Rev Up The OffenseFour games are in the books, and since their awful performance in Chicago, the Islanders have rattled off a pair of wins in Brooklyn.
Friedman: Islanders Are A Playoff Team, But How Much More Remains To Be SeenDuring this pivotal transition year, the Islanders will try and deflect all of the the questions and distractions off the ice by playing well on it.
5 Local Breakout Candidates For 2015-16 NHL SeasonHockey season is nearly upon us, and with that in mind, we'll take a look at five players from the local teams to keep an eye on as the 2015-16 campaign progresses.
Friedman: Petrov Making A Case To Be With Islanders To Start The SeasonThough the opening night roster is probably all but set in stone given the evidence, there are still some intriguing storylines and it’s nice to see some younger players -- both cooked and raw -- making strides.
Friedman: Islanders Have 5 Big Decisions To Make During Training CampIslanders training camp began in earnest on Friday and over the next two weeks there will be questions answered and kinks ironed out.
Capellini: Islanders' Lack Of Impact Moves So Far This Offseason Is A Troubling SignThe Isles bowed out in the first round of last season's playoffs following a 101-point season in which they limped to the finish line. Their solution so far this offseason has been to do basically nothing.
Friedman: Islanders Don't Need To Make A Big Move To Be A Force Next SeasonThe Islanders haven’t exactly made the biggest waves so far this offseason. Still, the first day of NHL free agency was a productive one for general manager Garth Snow.
Islanders, Anders Lee Agree On 4-Year ContractAnders Lee is on the fast track to a long and prosperous career with the New York Islanders.
U.S., Canada Roll Into Semifinals Of Ice Hockey World ChampionshipBen Smith and Charlie Coyle scored 57 seconds apart as the United States rallied for a 3-1 victory over Switzerland on Thursday, and awaited either defending champion Russia or Sweden.