New York Islanders

Al Arbour

Lichtenstein: RIP Al Arbour, The Coach Who Let His Wins Speak Volumes

Arbour was a winner who never felt the need to puff out his chest and let the world know he was a winner.

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Al Arbour

Hockey Hall Of Famer, Legendary Isles Coach Al Arbour Dead At 82

Al Arbour, who coached the Islanders to four consecutive Stanley Cup championships and ranks as the NHL’s second-most winningest coach, has died, team officials announced Friday.

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New York Islanders Blue & White Scrimmage

Friedman: Isles Have Raised Profile, But Becoming More Marketable Will Take Time

The good news is that the Islanders are right on the threshold of becoming an NHL powerhouse – at least on the ice.


Detroit Red Wings defenseman Marek Zidlicky, left, tries to get around the stick of Loui Eriksson of the Boston Bruins during the third period at Joe Louis Arena on April 2, 2015. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)

Report: Islanders Show Interest In Veteran Defenseman Zidlicky

Ryan Pulock may be the future on the Islanders’ blue line, but that doesn’t mean he’s going to be handed anything.


Kevin Poulin

Islanders Sign Goalie Kevin Poulin To 1-Year, 2-Way Contract

The New York Islanders have signed goalie Kevin Poulin to a one-year, two-way contract.


Model of renovated Nassau Coliseum

Friedman: Islanders Will Be Fine, But Let The Fans Have Their Grieving Process

Looking out from the Barclays Center press box during the rookie scrimmage in July just felt … different. You knew you’d be going there often from that point forward, but it was an uncomfortable thought.


Billy Joel

Schwartz: It’s Not Goodbye, But Rather ‘See You Later’ To Nassau Coliseum

As Billy Joel was banging out hit after hit during Tuesday night’s epic concert to close the Nassau Coliseum, I periodically just looked around the place.


Jets fan (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images); Islanders fan (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images); Mets fan  (Photo by Chris McGrath/Getty Images)

10 Greatest Seasons In ‘JIM Fan’ History

The Jets, Islanders and Mets have played second fiddle on the New York sports scene for a long time, but there have been times when they’ve ruled their respective sports.


Barclays Center

LIRR To Add Additional Trains To And From Barclays Center For All Islanders Games

The Long Island Rail Road is trying to make the Islanders’ transition from Nassau County to Brooklyn easier on the core fan base.


Ryan Pulock

Friedman: Islanders Prospect Ryan Pulock Has A Chance To Be Elite

If he can continue to upgrade his all-around capabilities (and he’s started to do that over the past year), he’ll be the type of keystone every team needs on defense.


Barclays Center

Schwartz: An Interactive Fantasy For Islanders Fans In Brooklyn

The deal with Draft Ops will give Islanders fans a fun, interactive activity to take part in when they come to games.


Garth Snow

Friedman: Why The Islanders Are Smartly, Stubbornly Sitting Tight

Snow’s best option is to stay the course and not make any rash decisions. It’s what has put him and his Islanders on the verge of breaking through.


Jacob deGrom

3 Up And 3 Down: Who’s Hot And Who’s Not In New York Sports

Taking a look at who’s hot and who’s not on the local sports landscape.


Brock Nelson

Capellini: Islanders’ Lack Of Impact Moves So Far This Offseason Is A Troubling Sign

The Isles bowed out in the first round of last season’s playoffs following a 101-point season in which they limped to the finish line. Their solution so far this offseason has been to do basically nothing.


Jacob Degrom

Top 10 Drafts By New York City-Area Sports Teams Over The Past Decade

They may not have a ton of championships to show for it, but several of the local pro sports teams have had tremendous drafts over the last 10 years.