Last night, the New York Islanders’ magical run came to a halt, and in as heartbreaking a fashion as one could envision. But be proud, be excited.
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I'm a columnist for the New York Islanders on The Hockey Writers.
I hail from West Hempstead, NY, I'm a Senior at Queens College and work at NBC Sports Network.
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