Jim Ross voiceovers will never get old.
After 33 seasons at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, the New York Islanders will be moving to the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
Sticks are rather imperative to the game of hockey therefore someone without a stick would likely be at a severe disadvantage.
Many hockey folks love touting their sport as flop-free and it’s a very legitimate argument, except when Jesper Fast ruins it. The Rangers young winger was jawing with Casey Cizikas during his team’s 2-1 victory on Tuesday night when Cizikas proceeded to slide his stick into Fast’s leg.
The New York Islanders managed to climb back from two two-goal deficits in Toronto on Monday night and win in the final minute of overtime on a gorgeous John Tavares goal.
New York Islanders fans have more to be excited about this season than they have in a long time, so it’s understandable that some diehards may be getting carried away.
The Islanders and Flyers faced off in Philadelphia last night and, even though New York won 3-2, not every Isle player had a great night. Forward Matt Martin squared up and dropped the gloves with Ryan White just a few minutes into the first period, hoping to provide his team with a spark early in
For the first time in a while, New York Islanders fans have had quite a lot to be excited about during the NHL season. It’s unlikely, however, that any of those fans can match the excitement of this videobomber at Nassau Coliseum on Tuesday night.
The Rangers are taking on the Islanders in a Battle of New York at Madison Square Garden tonight and, well, they’re not exactly getting too many lucky bounces on home ice.
Johnny Boychuk fired a slapper past Braden Holtby for the game-winner in New York on Monday night, then fired a shot at Alexander Ovechkin with the ensuing celebration.
This awkward video clip comes from the first intermission of Monday night’s Islanders-Capitals game in New York and features an Islanders reporter forgetting a very crucial piece of information for her interview with forward Anders Lee.
New York Islanders captain John Tavares was on the receiving end of an open-ice hit from the Devils’ Marek Zidlicky during the final few minutes of the third period on Monday night in Long Island, and Tavares clearly wasn’t happy about the check. After being sent spinning to the ice, Tavares got back on his feet and