On Monday, it was reported that the Islanders are getting rid of the Ice Girls, a decision that seems to be getting a favorable reaction. It is one of several experiments the team has tried — and failed — to pull off.
The Rangers’ ECHL affiliate announced on Wednesday it’d be re-branded as the Swamp Rabbits, which is certainly one of the more creative team names we’ve ever heard — to say the least.
This is a team that, not too long ago, couldn’t hit sand if it fell off a camel. Now, the Amazin’s have become a force to be reckoned with in the batter’s box.
It’s the end of hockey as we know it and, in fact, they might as well just take out “Stanley” and have the Cup sponsored by Geico. Or, perhaps we might just be getting ahead of ourselves.
Should Eli Manning get what he wants, it’d go down as one of the most significant contracts in the history of New York sports.
The good news is that the Islanders are right on the threshold of becoming an NHL powerhouse – at least on the ice.
Kane is not the first athlete to be taken off an NHL cover, nor the first to be taken off any sports video game. Here are four others who also were.
Geno Smith is far from the most confrontational figure in New York City-area sports history. Who are the top five? Let’s find out.
Looking out from the Barclays Center press box during the rookie scrimmage in July just felt … different. You knew you’d be going there often from that point forward, but it was an uncomfortable thought.
What questions do the Jets have to answer? Let’s dive right in.
If he can continue to upgrade his all-around capabilities (and he’s started to do that over the past year), he’ll be the type of keystone every team needs on defense.
In light of Jason Pierre-Paul’s freak fireworks injury, we’ve given a lot of thought to some of the strangest off-field injuries suffered by New York sports figures.