3 Up And 3 Down: Who’s Hot And Who’s Not In New York SportsKristaps Porzingis and Oscar Lindberg are both international imports, as well as key contributors to their teams during their first seasons. It's exciting stuff.
Capellini: Nielsen, Okposo Turning Up The Financial Heat On IslandersAt some point, the Islanders are going to have to make decisions on Frans Nielsen and Kyle Okposo. They won't be easy.
Islanders Bring In Seasoned Executive George McPhee To Advise Garth SnowMcPhee served as the Capitals general manager for 17 seasons beginning in 1997-98. He'll now be helping out the Islanders.
Islanders, Nelson Agree To 3-Year ContractA game of chicken had been going on for some time. It finally ended Wednesday night.
Friedman: Isles Have Raised Profile, But Becoming More Marketable Will Take TimeThe good news is that the Islanders are right on the threshold of becoming an NHL powerhouse – at least on the ice.
Friedman: Why The Islanders Are Smartly, Stubbornly Sitting TightSnow’s best option is to stay the course and not make any rash decisions. It’s what has put him and his Islanders on the verge of breaking through.
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.
Friedman: Snow Turned Nothing Into Something In A Hurry As Islanders Excelled At NHL DraftThe New York Islanders went into the 2015 NHL draft, which had been touted as incredibly deep, with no picks in the first two rounds. It wasn’t long before that changed in a big way.
Friedman: Islanders Must Remain Aggressive This Summer If They Are To Keep Pace In EastWe’re near the halfway point of the Stanley Cup Final, which means the offseason is right around the corner. For the New York Islanders, it will be a time to recalibrate and plug up some holes.
Rangers' Sather Named NHL General Manager Of The Year Award FinalistThe Rangers and Lightning are battling on the ice and for a front office award.
Friedman: Islanders Have All Summer To Learn From Easily Correctable MistakesIt shouldn’t have been this way. There should’ve been more hockey to be played.