Michael Grabner snapped a tie with a short-handed goal and the New York Islanders beat the New Jersey Devils 3-2
Inexplicably, we are 18 games into the season and the Islanders are once again the laughingstocks of the NHL. It’s simply unbelievable and inexcusable.
Mike Carver believes the last-place Islanders must makes changes now before their November slide turns into an avalanche.
Kyle Quincey scored a power-play goal 2:39 into overtime and Jean-Sebastien Giguere made 30 saves, helping the Colorado Avalanche rally from a three-goal deficit and beat the slumping New York Islanders 4-3 on Thursday night.
Nathan Horton had two goals and an assist, and Tuukka Rask stopped 24 shots to earn his first win of the season and lead the Boston Bruins to a 6-2 victory over the New York Islanders.
Mike Carver, Islanders blogger for WFAN.com, joined Neil Keefe to talk about the Islanders as they look to solve their early season scoring problems and figure out who to start in net.
On Saturday night the Islanders did something that speaks volumes about where this franchise has been for the last two decades. They honored a team from their past that not only didn’t win the Stanley Cup, it didn’t even win a conference title.
The Sharks scored a power-play goal 1:07 into overtime to give them a 3-2 victory over the New York Islanders on Saturday night.
It’s time the 2nd, 3rd and 4th lines did some work. The John Tavares line and the power play can only get it done for so long. The Islanders are going to need some contributions from the rest of the squad if they are going to win games.
After keeping pace for two periods, the Islanders failed to score in the third period. The Panthers claimed a 4-2 victory.
Vincent Lecavalier had a goal and an assist to help the Tampa Bay Lightning stop a five-game losing streak with a 4-1 victory over the New York Islanders on Thursday night.
If the New York Islanders’ play on the ice is as strong as their talk off it, maybe — just maybe — they will escape the cellar and make a long-awaited run at a playoff spot.
The Islanders have locked up another of their top young players. New York agreed to a two-year deal with Josh Bailey a day after extending John Tavares’ contract.
The words flowed like the lyrics of your favorite song. “I believe in this organization and this hockey team.” John Tavares issued that battle cry on Thursday right after signing a new six-year, $33-million extension with the Islanders.
Panic, fear and hysteria are appropriate words to describe a good percentage of the Islanders’ fan base now that we are a week into free agency and just a fourth-line center and some prospects have been signed. All I can say is, relax people.