New York Islanders prospect Josh Ho-Sang, currently playing for the Windsor Spitfires in the Ontario Hockey League, has some seriously impressive offensive ability; this we already knew. But the 18-year old also apparently has some great celebration skills to go with those skills, and he busted out a great one on Saturday. After scoring on
The New York Islanders will be playing all their home games at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn starting next season but – if the preseason game they played there against the Devils this weekend was any indication – it’s got some very weird flaws that indicate it wasn’t built with hockey in mind. The first
Poor Malcolm Subban. First he was shown up by his younger brother Jordan during the shootout at BioSteel Camp, then Islanders top prospect Josh Ho-Sang piled on by leaving him absolutely no chance to make a stop on this filthy display. I don’t even really know how to describe it, but I do know that it wasn’t really
Rebuttals are meant to occur immediately in order to achieve maximum roasting power. However, if one can produce a perfect response one week later, said rebuttal achieves same success. Former Capitals, Maple Leafs, and Canadiens 30-year-old center Mikhail Grabovski signed a 4-year/$20 million contact with the Islanders this offseason, a deal that surprised many, including
New York Islanders fans got a bit of good news on Tuesday morning when captain John Tavares revealed that he wouldn’t need surgery to repair the injured knee that he hurt while playing for Team Canada in Sochi. Tavares, 23, sustained a torn MCL and torn meniscus in his knee on February 2oth after taking a
Canada was able to squeak by Latvia in their quarterfinal matchup on Wednesday, but not without suffering a big loss. Team Canada and forward John Tavares left the game in the second period after suffering a lower body injury stemming from a knee-on-knee hit from a Latvian player. After the game, Canada coach Mike Babcock
In what we can only assume is an attempt to outdo Paul Ranger’s eyeblack for the Winter Classic, Cal Clutterbuck went a little overboard with his own facial application at the Islanders’ practice before their Stadium Series game against the Rangers on Tuesday. He should probably do less next time.
The New York Rangers are playing the New Jersey Devils and the New York Islanders at Yankee Stadium for the 2014 Coors Light NHL Stadium Series in the end of January. Could these pinstripe pads for Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist be a tribute to the Yankees? If so that is awesome. [@JEspo0022]
Jay Z has unveiled the dates for his Magna Carta World Tour and included among his stops is the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, home of the New York Islanders and colloquially known as “The Mausoleum.” Usually relegated to hosting things like Disney on Ice, Luke Bryan concerts and decades of Islander’s ineptitude, the Jan. 19
The expert of “Athletic Aesthetics” Paul Lukas (@UniWatch) just tweeted out a picture of the Buffalo Sabres new third jerseys and let’s just say… ish don’t think so. Here’s the rear view: Hey, at least it’s still better than this egregious eyesore of an alternate sweater: We’re All Islanders!
As per @RealKyper report, #Isles indeed interested in Luongo-DP swap. Only that deal though, so VAN may look elsewhere for asset in return. — Arthur Staple (@StapeNewsday) June 28, 2013 New York Islanders beat writer Arthur Staple tweeted today that the Islanders would be interested in swapping Rick DiPietro for Roberto Luongo. On the surface
On September 15, 2012 the NHL officially locked out its players. From then until January 6, 2013 life really sucked for hockey fans everywhere. We had our twitter timelines open 24/7 hoping to see Dreger or McKenzie announce the end to the hellish work stoppage. Instead, all we read about were the players being stupid