New York Islanders
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.
The Islanders haven’t exactly made the biggest waves so far this offseason. Still, the first day of NHL free agency was a productive one for general manager Garth Snow.
The New York Islanders have signed Joe Whitney, James Wright and four other forwards to one-year, two-way contracts.
The Islanders got busy during the opening minutes of the free agency signing period on Wednesday.
Anders Lee is on the fast track to a long and prosperous career with the New York Islanders.
The New York Islanders went into the 2015 NHL draft, which had been touted as incredibly deep, with no picks in the first two rounds. It wasn’t long before that changed in a big way.
New general manager Ray Shero is delivering on his promise to make the struggling Devils a more exciting team. Meanwhile, the Isles are stockpiling young talent.
There’s a lot of flexibility here. Let’s take a look at some potential selections that could make sense when the Islanders are on the clock.
The team announced details of its 2015-16 season opener on Wednesday. The Islanders are moving to Barclays Center after a 43-year run at Nassau Coliseum.
On the eve of the NHL Awards show, and in recognition of John Tavares’ second MVP nomination in three years, we’ll take a look at the six Islanders who’ve taken home hardware from the event.
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.