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At Stanley Cup Final Game 7 between Edmonton and Florida, it's anyone's guess who'll take the title
The Stanley Cup will be hoisted tonight by either the Florida Panthers celebrating their first title, or the Edmonton Oilers toasting the trophy's return to Canada.
Posted: 06/24/2024

Islanders' Focus Needs to Be on Historic 2025 Free Agent Class
The New York Islanders fell in Round 1 of the 2024 Stanley Cup Playoffs to the Carolina Hurricanes, and it is clear change is needed for the team to return to its former glory. It was a long season, filled with injuries, blown leads, and false confidence, providing a clear picture that the current roster is multiple pieces away from becoming a legitimate Stanley Cup contender. With the roster so far away, they should use the 2024-25 season to gauge the team's ability to prepare for a historic 2025 offseason. When general manager Lou Lamoriello decided to relieve Lane Lambert of his coaching duties, he named Patrick Roy head coach on a two-year deal. The Islanders had a vision with Roy when hired, setting him up to gauge each player's ability in the 2023-24 season to prepare for the 2024-25 season.
Posted: 06/24/2024

Islanders Need to Target Jets' Rutger McGroarty in a Trade - The Hockey Writers New York Islanders Latest News, Analysis & More
On the latest episode of 32 Thoughts, Elliotte Friedman discussed Winnipeg Jets' prospect and University of Michigan star, Rutger McGroarty. Friedman states he has heard McGroarty's name in trade talks due to his decision to return to Michigan for his junior season. While this is unlikely to amount to a trade, the New York Islanders must join the McGroarty sweepstakes. Hockey fans recall the surprising trade of Cutter Gauthier, the Philadelphia Flyers' fifth overall pick in 2022, to the Anaheim Ducks at the beginning of the 2023-24 season.
Posted: 06/23/2024

Islanders' past deals could lend insight into potential Noah Dobson extension
Extending Noah Dobson's contract was not the first order of business for the Islanders during what should be a truly fascinating offseason after general manager Lou Lamoriello signaled openness to change on breakup day seven weeks ago. Kyle MacLean, Maxim Tsyplakov and Marcus Hogberg have already beaten the rising star defenseman to the punch in putting ink to paper and more could come at next week's draft, with Dobson ineligible to sign until July 1. Extending Dobson does not have any bearing on whether the Islanders will change tack, or the degree of change that will be involved, if so. Still, it is arguably the most important item on Lamoriello's to-do list this summer, the same way extending
Posted: 06/21/2024

Penguins re-sign goaltender Alex Nedeljkovic to a 2-year contract
Alex Nedeljkovic is getting his wish. He’s staying in Pittsburgh.
Posted: 06/20/2024

Flyers announce seven-game preseason schedule
The 2023-24 NHL season isn't quite over yet, but the Flyers are already looking ahead to the fall. The Flyers revealed their full preseason slate of seven games on Monday. It will begin Sept. 22 with a road matinee against the Washington Capitals before the Flyers head north for a date with the Montreal Canadiens the following night. The Flyers' first home game of the preseason is set for Sept. 26 against the New York Islanders.
Posted: 06/17/2024

3 moves Islanders must make in 2024 NHL offseason
Despite being dangerously close to .500 near the end of March, the New York Islanders turned on the jets in the final month of the 2023-24 National Hockey League season. Under Patrick Roy's leadership, the Isles won 10 of their last 13 games, usurping the Philadelphia Flyers for the No. 3 berth in the Metropolitan Division and separating themselves from the pack in a wild divisional race that literally came right down to the wire. Although the Isles stayed alive with an overtime triumph in Game 4, a loss in Raleigh spelled the end of another solid campaign in New York. After back-to-back trips to the Eastern Conference Final — and consecutive losses to the eventual Stanley Cup champion Tampa Bay Lightning — the Islanders have struggled to make any sort of noise in the postseason.
Posted: 06/17/2024

Bobrovsky's Playoff Success a Reminder for Islanders to Be Patient With Sorokin
When the Florida Panthers signed goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky to that seven-year, $70 million contract in the 2019 offseason, many looked at it and figured it would age poorly. Bobrovsky, a two-time Vezina Trophy winner with the Columbus Blue Jackets, was underwhelming in the regular season and never looked like an elite goaltender in Florida. Now, he's led the Panthers to the Stanley Cup Final.
Posted: 06/14/2024

Islanders Should Offer Sheet Panthers' Anton Lundell - The Hockey Writers New York Islanders Latest News, Analysis & More
As the Florida Panthers took down the New York Rangers in the 2024 Eastern Conference Final, New York Islanders fans could hardly contain their happiness. The New York rivalry runs deep, so seeing the Rangers' season end to a Florida team for the second consecutive season, just like the Islanders in 2020 and 2021, has brought a weird sense of satisfaction. Arguably the most underrated player of the playoffs, not just for the Panthers, but the entire NHL, has been Anton Lundell. Now, with Lundell in his second consecutive Stanely Cup Final with Florida, the Islanders must keep an eye on the young center as he is a dream candidate to acquire this summer.
Posted: 06/11/2024

Team Canada star Sarah Fillier taken 1st overall by New York in 2024 PWHL draft
Sarah Fillier is an Olympic gold medallist, a three-time world champion and now, a PWHL first-overall pick. Billie Jean King announced the pick on stage at the draft in St. Paul, Minn. on Monday night on behalf of New York, which gets a tremendously skilled player who is poised to become one of the faces of the league. For Fillier, it was a dream come true, and something she said would need to soak in over the next couple of days. "Being up on that stage and getting to shake [King's] hand and gi
Posted: 06/10/2024

Panthers’ Barkov ‘has been a force’ in the Stanley Cup playoffs. Wayne Gretzky is noticing
Wayne Gretzky has taken notice of a particular player in the Stanley Cup Final — and it’s not the superstar on the Edmonton Oilers team with whom he won four cups.
Posted: 06/10/2024

Maple Leafs add former Islanders head coach Lambert to Berube's staff
The Toronto Maple Leafs have hired former New York Islanders head coach Lane Lambert as an associate coach on Craig Berube's staff. The 59-year-old Lambert posted a 61-46-20 record as Islanders head coach.
Posted: 06/05/2024

Could the Islanders and Penguins Swap Pageau & Rakell? - The Hockey Writers New York Islanders Latest News, Analysis & More
The New York Islanders' 2024 offseason has been underway for more than a month and the team has already been active. The Pittsburgh Penguins have been less noisy, remaining awfully quiet as their even-longer offseason has progressed. Rickard Rakell was traded to the Penguins at the 2022 Trade Deadline for a second-round pick, goaltending prospect Calle Clang, and two roster players. From there, the Penguins extended him to a six-season contract with a $5 million annual average (AAV) that contains an eight-team no-trade list.
Posted: 06/04/2024

Islanders Trading for Jesperi Kotkaniemi Is a Risk Worth Taking - The Hockey Writers New York Islanders Latest News, Analysis & More
The New York Islanders have been active early in the offseason, notably with a recent draft picks trade. One of the moves general manager (GM) Lou Lamoriello should consider is acquiring Jesperi Kotkaniemi. Kotkaniemi can see his career reinvigorated in a new setting, making him an intriguing player to add. The Islanders have a handful of obstacles in the way of making a deal work, and it's a risky move but one that could prove worthwhile.
Posted: 06/02/2024

Islanders Must Trade With Sabres to Draft Cole Eiserman - The Hockey Writers NHL Entry Draft Latest News, Analysis & More
The 2024 NHL Entry Draft at The Sphere is approaching, with Round 1 set to take place on June 28. The San Jose Sharks are in possession of the first overall pick and are expected to take Macklin Celebrini. From there, the rest of the draft has no consensus rankings so anything can happen. The New York Islanders are in position to make a first-round selection for the first time since 2019 when they took Simon Holmstrom.
Posted: 05/31/2024

Chris Terreri to take over Islanders' director of goaltending gig after Mitch Korn's departure
Chris Terreri will take over as New York Islanders director of goaltending development and scouting after Mitch Korn departed the franchise to rejoin Barry Trotz with the Nashville Predators. Terreri served as the goalie coach for the team's AHL affiliate in Bridgeport since the 2018-19 season where he will work alongside Piero Greco, who will continue to serve as the NHL side's goalie coach.
Posted: 05/30/2024

Lee of Islanders wins King Clancy Memorial Trophy
The award is presented annually to the NHL player who best exemplifies leadership qualities on and off the ice and has made a noteworthy humanitarian contribution in his community. All 32 NHL teams submitted a nominee for the award, which was chosen by a selection committee consisting of NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman, previous King Clancy winners and past winners of the NHL Foundation Player Award. As winner, Lee will receive a $25,000 donation to benefit the charity or charities of his choice.
Posted: 05/28/2024

Islanders' RFA Targets in the 2024 Offseason - The Hockey Writers New York Islanders Latest News, Analysis & More
The New York Islanders are in a tough position this offseason as they need to get younger while maintaining a focus on contention. Martin Necas is a 25-year-old forward who has spent the entirety of his career with the Carolina Hurricanes. If the Islanders were able to land Necas, he would immediately slot in in the top six, likely the first line. Landing Necas would cost an arm and a leg but would be worthwhile for the aging Islanders' core.
Posted: 05/27/2024


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AWAY 44 18 20 6
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NYR 82 55 23 4 114 282 229
CAR 82 52 23 7 111 279 216
NYI 82 39 27 16 94 246 263
WSH 82 40 31 11 91 220 257
PHI 82 38 33 11 87 235 261
PIT 82 37 33 12 86 245 251
NJD 82 38 39 5 81 264 283
CBJ 82 27 43 12 66 237 300

1. NYR 82 55 23 4 53 114
2. CAR 82 52 23 7 63 111
3. FLA 82 52 24 6 68 110
4. BOS 82 47 20 15 43 109
5. TOR 82 46 26 10 40 102
6. NYI 82 39 27 16 -17 94
7. TBL* 82 45 29 8 23 98
8. DET* 82 41 32 9 4 91
9. WSH 82 40 31 11 -37 91
10. PHI 82 38 33 11 -26 87
11. PIT 82 37 33 12 -6 86
12. BUF 82 38 37 7 -2 83
13. NJD 82 38 39 5 -19 81
14. OTT 82 37 41 4 -26 78
15. MTL 82 30 36 16 -53 76
16. CBJ 82 27 43 12 -63 66
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