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How Will Andrew Ladd Replace Kyle Okposo?

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How Will Andrew Ladd Replace Kyle Okposo?

Stats and data via Hockey-Reference.com, puckalytics.com, ownthepuck.blogspot.ca With Kyle Okposo on his way out of Long Island and headed into free agency, it left a huge hole to be filled on the Islanders top line. In fact, it didn’t even appear that Okposo or the Islanders had any interest in a new contract. The Isles […]

Islanders Ink Strome to Extension

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Islanders Ink Strome to Extension

By Joe Golding (@JoeGolding94) The New York Islanders have signed their 23-year-old restricted free agent, Ryan Strome, to a two-year deal. This bridge deal is for a total of $5 million with an average annual value (AAV) of $2.5 million. Arthur Staple, from Newsday Sports had the first reports. Islanders fans can collectively let out […]

New York Islanders Offseason Review

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New York Islanders Offseason Review

Notable Additions: Andrew Ladd, Pierre-Alexandre Parenteau, Jason Chimera Notable Subtractions: Frans Nielson, Kyle Okposo, Matt Martin, Marek Zidlicky, Steve Bernier Cap Space remaining (per General Fanager): $3.08 million   It was nice to see a team like the Islanders exterminate their playoff demons after John Tavares scored on an overtime-winning wraparound. The Isles had been […]

Islanders Goalie Situation

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Islanders Goalie Situation

Among other problems on the team, the most prevalent issue is in the crease. Last year, the Islanders had four different goalies man the net for them. Out of those, the goaltenders were Jaroslav Halak, Thomas Greiss, J.F. Berube and Christopher Gibson. Halak is the clear leader of that pack, money wise, at $4.5 million […]

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Top 10 Islanders Prospects

Top 10 Islanders Prospects The New York Islanders have had a strong depth of youth ever since John Tavares went first overall way back in the 2009 NHL Draft. They have consistently been high on prospect rankings with strong draft classes and exceptional scouting. The Isles are currently in a great spot, evidenced by their […]

The Status Crow: Some may disagree, but Matt Martin was type of player Toronto Maple Leafs needed

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The Status Crow: Some may disagree, but Matt Martin was type of player Toronto Maple Leafs needed

By Hunter Crowther (@HunterCrowther) After spending most of the day silent, the Toronto Maple Leafs got into the July 1 free agent frenzy by signing forward Matt Martin to a four-year, $10 million contract. The reaction on social media suggested fans weren’t happy with the move. The main argument is that Martin, who made his name […]

Despite brutal loss to Columbus, all is not lost for Flyers

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Despite brutal loss to Columbus, all is not lost for Flyers

By Mike Santa Barbara (@Mike__SB) The Flyers entered Tuesday night’s match up with the Blue Jackets surging toward a playoff spot, having won three of their last four sitting just a point behind the Red Wings for the East’s final wildcard spot. And, for nearly 59 minutes on Tuesday, everything was going according to plan. […]

The Hockey Guys Podcast: Episode 41 — Justin Bourne (@jtbourne)

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The Hockey Guys Podcast: Episode 41 — Justin Bourne (@jtbourne)

Check Out Hockey Podcasts at Blog Talk Radio with TheHockeyGuys Podcast on BlogTalkRadio Hunter and Chris are joined by former professional hockey player and blogger for The Score Justin Bourne (@jtbourne) to talk about his playing career, how he got into writing, and this spring’s post-season. 

Bruins Trade Johnny Boychuk

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Bruins Trade Johnny Boychuk

By: Mitch Cole (@DirtyWaterBuzz) Well, the inevitable happened, and the Bruins dealt with their defensive logjam. However, the victim of the logjam was not who anyone expected it to be. The Bruins decided to trade Johnny Boychuk to the New York Islanders in exchange for two second round draft picks and a conditional third round […]

New York Islanders to host Rangers in New York Stadium Series finale

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New York Islanders to host Rangers in New York Stadium Series finale

    Tonight the New York Rangers will become the first team to compete in three regular-season NHL outdoor games when they square off against the New York Islanders in the second of two games played at Yankee Stadium this season as part of the 2014 Coors Light Stadium Series. The Rangers defeated their first […]

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