Mark Streit

Silverman: Out-Of-Touch Snow Responsible For Islanders' CollapseThe New York Rangers have been miserable, but at least they have hope of turning it around and saving their season. The New York Islanders are a different story.
Hartnett's Fearless 2013-14 NHL Regular Season & Stanley Cup PredictionsThe new NHL comes to life when the puck drops on Tuesday night. Four brand spanking new divisions (some with geographically confusing names) will be introduced. From there, it should be chaos as usual.
Islanders Name John Tavares New Team CaptainTavares has led the Islanders in scoring in each of his first four NHL seasons. He had 28 goals — third most in the league.
Hartnett: Tavares Won't Rest Until He Becomes NHL's Signature StarThe 22-year-old is a well-known "nice guy" off the ice, but he's probably the last player any goalie wants to see hanging around the crease.
Silverman: Hart Trophy Finalist Tavares Will Bring Award Home This SeasonHe is the MVP favorite going into the season because no player means more to his team than Tavares. This team would be a bottom-dweller without him.
Islanders Trade Mark Streit To Flyers For 4th-Round Pick, HarperThe slanders have traded captain Mark Streit -- and his negotiating rights -- to the Flyers in exchange for forward Shane Harper and a fourth-round draft pick in 2014.
Friedman: Islanders Have Work Cut Out For Them This Summer For the Isles, it’s all about the next move -- and I don’t mean the one to Brooklyn, though that will help, too.
Capellini: Streit Did Islanders Right, But It Was Time For Him To GoMark Streit's days on Long Island are basically over, but it's by no means a death sentence for the Islanders. They just need to play their many cards in the right hand.
Report: Mark Streit Turns Down Islanders' 'Best Offer,' Won't Return Islanders captain Mark Streit will be available to the highest bidder this offseason, according to Arthur Staple of Newsday.
Capellini: Islanders Fans Have Every Reason To Dance, Chant And SingThe Islanders are two wins away from turning the NHL on its ear. Their fans don't care about what's to come. They are just living in the moment -- and who can blame them?
Penguins Make Switch At Goalie; Islanders To Face Vokoun In Game 5Coach Dan Bylsma says Vokoun will be in net for Game 5 on Thursday night when the Penguins resume their first-round playoff series with the Islanders.
Islanders Keep Moving Forward, Win Wild Game 4 To Even SeriesLeads aren't safe in the wild first-round playoff matchup between the New York Islanders and Pittsburgh. Suddenly, neither are the top-seeded Penguins.