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.
Strome Saves Islanders Late, But Canucks' Miller Has The Final SayWhen the Vancouver Canucks signed Ryan Miller to a three-year contract in 2014, the organization believed it had acquired a difference-making goaltender. In his first visit to Barclays Center, Miller gave that kind of performance.
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.
Halak Stops 29 As Red Hot Islanders Blank Calgary 4-0Goalie Jaroslav Halak recorded 29 saves in his second shutout of the season, and the New York Islanders remained red hot Monday night with a 4-0 win over the Calgary Flames at Barclays Center.
Injured Halak To Miss Islanders' Season Opener; Greiss To Start In GoalIslanders goalie Jaroslav Halak will miss the team's first regular season game in Brooklyn on Friday night because of an undisclosed upper body injury.
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.
Islanders Say Defenseman Hickey Out Up To A Month, Forward Bernier 1-2 WeeksAs the regular season opener approaches, the Islanders are a little nicked up.
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.
Capellini: Islanders' Chances In Game 7 Come Down To 2 Words — Jaroslav HalakHe had a good, but not great, regular season. So far he's been very good in the playoffs. Now the Islanders need Jaroslav Halak to be exceptional. And history suggests he should be.
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.
Capellini: With An Effort Most Didn't Expect, Islanders Grew Up In A Hurry In Game 1The Islanders were simply a different team in Game 1 than the one that went just 6-8-5 over the season's final quarter. They imposed their will against the Capitals.