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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It’s no secret that everything this team accomplishes from now on will be on John Tavares’s shoulders.
It has indeed come down to the wire, folks. All the hard work, the gutsy come-from-behind wins, the never-say-die performances, they have all led to this moment. For the New […]
In simply looking at the end results, one might think the 2013 playoffs are going quite well for the Pittsburgh Penguins. After all, they lead the New York Islanders 2-1 in their first […]
In the Stanley Cup Playoffs, a win is a win. It gets you one step closer to your ultimate goal. And now the Pittsburgh Penguins need just two more wins […]
The first two New York Islander playoff games of 2013 showed a young, inexperienced, nervous team play “the learning game.” While most people hate having to learn new things because […]
The Pittsburgh Penguins entered the 2013 playoffs as heavy favorites against their first round opponent, the New York Islanders. After all, this was David and Goliath. Engineers of both a fifteen and […]
NHL Playoff Predictions: Eastern Conference There are 16 teams remaining entering the Stanley Cup Playoffs. The journey to the Stanley Cup Finals will begin on Tuesday. Every year there are Cinderella stories […]
With the New York Islanders having secured a playoff berth for the first time since the last day of the 2006-2007 NHL regular season, hockey fans must be wondering how […]
It’s been quite a final week for the New York Islanders. After a thrilling contest in Winnipeg on Saturday, the Islanders survived a late comeback by the Jets to win […]
All that we ask for is a chance. That goes for anything in life. Few people gave the New York Islanders any hope or prayer in making the playoffs. Yet, it seemed […]
It’s been six years — six long years — since the New York Islanders made their last playoff appearance. To be more precise, it’s been six years and four days […]