New York Islanders
The Board of Governors still must approve the change Wednesday when it meets in Las Vegas.
As we enter the offseason, the Islanders have plenty of questions to answer — some of which pertain to their prospect pool.
A man who once tried to pull off an audacious scam to buy the Islanders was sentenced to 10 years in prison for another fraud case in northeast Ohio.
We’re near the halfway point of the Stanley Cup Final, which means the offseason is right around the corner. For the New York Islanders, it will be a time to recalibrate and plug up some holes.
A mystery man for several years, it finally looks like Kirill Petrov is coming to the NHL.
A group headed by developer Bruce Ratner will renovate the aging arena and build a movie theater, restaurants, stores, recreation and office space on the 91-acre site.
The Rangers and Lightning are battling on the ice and for a front office award.
If 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.
Nassau County police said Matthew Kircheim has been charged with petit larceny in connection with the stolen glove.
Fifty-year-old John Spano faces up to 16 years in prison after pleading guilty late Monday to 16 counts of forgery.
Police have released a photo of the suspect, who is seen holding a beer bottle with a navy blue and orange padded glove.
The man who once tried buy an NHL franchise with loads of chutzpah and not much else could face a return to the judicial penalty box if convicted of what authorities say is yet another scam.
According to the team’s website, each order of ice — which has since changed its state to liquid H2O — costs $20 and will come with a certificate of authenticity.
“This franchise is not satisfied with only qualifying for the playoffs because Islanders fans deserve a Stanley Cup,” Wang wrote. “We will not stop until this happens and Lord Stanley returns.”
The Islanders captain was named a finalist for the MVP award along with Washington forward Alex Ovechkin and Montreal goalie Carey Price.