Tavares Debunks Toronto Myths, Wants To End Career With IslandersHave no fear, Islanders fans, John Tavares has no intentions of going anywhere.
Islanders, Boulton Agree On 1-Year, 2-Way ContractThe Islanders and veteran enforcer Eric Boulton have agreed to terms on a one-year, two-way contract, the team announced Friday.
Report: Islanders Discussing Building Arena In QueensThe Islanders moved into Barclays last season, but they struggled to attract new fans in Brooklyn while their existing supporters complained about obstructed-view seats and the loss of some traditions from the team’s decades on Long Island.
6 New York/New Jersey Athletes Who Should Retire SoonMark Teixeira is injured. Again. This time it was a foul ball off his foot. Last month, he missed 18 games with torn cartilage in his knee, an issue he must manage with occasional days off.
Ledecky: Islanders To Spend To Salary Cap Ceiling When NecessaryJon Ledecky values the two-year transition period he and Scott Malkin had before taking over control of the New York Islanders this month.
New Yorkers Who Played For NYC TeamsIt's always nice when the stars align and New Yorkers can cheer for fellow New Yorkers playing for New York teams. Here is a look at some of the more memorable examples of players from the five boroughs who went on to play pro ball here.
Reports: Las Vegas Franchise Taps Islanders' McPhee To Be First GMMcPhee, 58, served as the GM of the Washington Capitals from 1997 to 2014. Washington reached the Stanley Cup Finals in 1998 and qualified for the playoffs in 10 of his 16 seasons.
Berube Agrees To 1-Year Deal With IslandersBerube, 24, made his NHL debut with the Islanders last season, posting a 3-2-1 record with a 2.71 goals-against average and .914 save percentage in seven games
Capellini: Snow Has Done Well, But Islanders Need Another Impact MoveIf the first few days of free agency were any indication, Garth Snow appears to be determined to make the Islanders a better team on paper than they were at the end of last season.
P.A. Parenteau Returns To Islanders On 1-Year DealThe New York Islanders agreed to a one-year deal with Pierre-Alexander Parenteau on Saturday, bringing the veteran right wing back for a second stint with the team.
Islanders Sign Ladd And Chimera, Lose Okposo And Nielsen In Free AgencyThe NHL free agent frenzy began at noon Friday, and the Islanders struck quickly, agreeing to terms with forwards Andrew Ladd and Jason Chimera.
Schwartz: Wang Wasn't A Perfect Owner, But He Genuinely Cared About IslandersWang did a lot of good things for the Islanders and the NHL, such as taking over the franchise's AHL team in Bridgeport, promoting the game of hockey in China and spending millions in renovations to the coliseum. On that note, Wang did everything he could to give the Islanders a new home.

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