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: Even With Fast Start, Jury Remains Out On Islanders' CapuanoI've spent a lot of time criticizing Jack Capuano, but I must say, there are things he deserves some credit for here in the early going.
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.
SEASON PREVIEW: Islanders Start New Era In Brooklyn With Contending TeamAfter taking a big step forward with their best regular season in 31 years, the Islanders hope to keep up their improved play as they move into a new home.
Friedman: Capuano Better Pan Out Because Islanders Are Ignoring Better OptionsIf you’re the New York Islanders, and coaching salaries are actually on the rise, at a certain point the “he costs too much” argument has to go out the window.
Following Early Playoff Exit, Isles Look To Next Chapter: BrooklynIt's time for the New York Islanders to lower the Hall of Fame and Stanley Cup banners from the rafters, and pack up their pucks and sticks.
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.
Grabovski Returns, Reinhart Steps In For Injured Visnovsky As Islanders Ready For Game 5The Islanders have mostly carried the play through the first four games of their opening-round playoff matchup with the Washington Capitals, but the series is tied nonetheless.
Islanders Defenseman Lubomir Visnovsky's Status Uncertain For Game 5 Vs. CapsIslanders defenseman Lubomir Visnovsky's status is uncertain for Game 5 of New York's playoff series against the Washington Capitals on Thursday.
Capellini: Islanders' Fourth Line Having A Ball Bringing The Boom To The CapitalsThe Islanders came out like guided missiles to begin Game 3, launching themselves at everything that moved. And to absolutely no one's surprise, the fourth line led the way.
Capuano On WFAN: Islanders Pride Themselves On Their Will To Compete At High LevelJack Capuano's message is simple: We'll just worry about what we can control, thank you very much.
Islanders Finally Clinch Playoff Berth With Help From PanthersThe Isles, facing a chance to get back to the postseason for the second time in three years, had been flirting with an epic collapse. But the slate is now wiped clean.