5 Notable Ownership Developments In Islanders HistoryTo say the Islanders have had a checkered ownership history is putting it mildly. Will Jonathan Ledecky and Scott Malkin restore some sort of order in two years? Who knows?
Report: Islanders To Introduce New Owners Next WednesdayThe sale to Jonathan Ledecky, a former co-owner of both the Washington Capitals and NBA's Washington Wizards, and Scott Malkin, an investor, was approved by the NHL Board of Governors last week.
Capellini: It Really Is Now Or Never For Islanders Head Coach CapuanoFor the first time in ages, the Islanders are built to contend. It's now on fifth-year head coach Jack Capuano to get this team to the next level. Will he? We're certainly going to find out.
Bettman On WFAN: Islanders Are A Franchise Heading In The Right DirectionAs far as NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman is concerned, the Islanders have a very bright future.
SEASON PREVIEW: Islanders Out To Leave Lasting Memories In Nassau FinaleThere is nothing new about the New York Islanders heading into a new season trying to improve on the one before. Yet, this one has a different feel even though last season ended again without a trip to the playoffs.
Bettman: New Islanders Owners Will Bring In Additional ResourcesJonathan Ledecky and Scott Malkin will officially take over control of the Islanders in two years, now that the NHL Board of Governors has approved their purchase of the team from Charles Wang.
Report: Wild Co-Owner Might Want In On Islanders Falcone, a hedge fund mogul and former hockey player at Harvard, owns 45 percent of the Wild, but has reportedly been at odds with co-owner Craig Leipold over how to cover the franchise's reported $20 million annual loss.
Wang Agrees To Sell Islanders To Former Co-Owner Of Capitals, InvestorOwner Charles Wang has agreed to sell the Islanders to former Washington Capitals co-owner John Ledecky and investor Scott Malkin.