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Islanders & NHL News: UFA defensemen, coaching and front office moves
It is genius of the NHL to let everyone forget what hockey is for six days before returning with its championship series. Let's get this show on the road, man. The New York Islanders probably could have used another puck-mover on the backend.
Posted: 05/31/2023

Islanders Should Consider Hiring Kyle Dubas
Lou Lamoriello has been the president of hockey operations and general manager (GM) of the New York Islanders for the past five seasons. The three-time Stanley Cup champion is 80 years old, and it may be time to start looking for his replacement. The Toronto Maple Leafs decided to part ways with their GM Kyle Dubas on May 19.
Posted: 05/30/2023

Islanders & NHL News: Dallas not dead yet
Not a ton happening yet in Islanders Country, and hwere we are still waiting to find out the other half ot eh NHL Cup final bracket. Stan Fischler discusses legendary Isles announcer Jiggs McDonald, one of the best ever. It would be an abomination to see the Cup raised by grown adults wearing those monstrosities, so I hope the Panthers or Stars keep that from happening. Matthew Tkachuk hyped the playoffs with Charles Barkley and Shaq, who asked him who he's rooting for in the NBA East final.
Posted: 05/28/2023

Lane Lambert likely to return as Islanders coach despite 'ups and downs'
More On: new york islanders The potential and peril the Panthers' surprising playoff run offers the Islanders Rangers, Islanders to play outdoor game in 2024 Islanders must lock up Ilya Sorokin — even as NHL playoffs trend differently Member of first Islanders team dead at 75 Ryan Pulock gave the most frank assessment of coach Lane Lambert's first season in charge of the Islanders. “I think it's a tough position no matter who you are,” Pulock, an eight-season Islanders veteran, said during the team's breakup day. “A lot of ups and downs and learning curves, your first year as head coach. I thought he did a pretty good job of working through that, finding ways to help us have success. Different
Posted: 05/27/2023

Islanders & NHL News: Stars stay alive with Game 4 OT win
The Stanley Cup Final has yet to be set, as the Dallas Stars staved off elimination with an overtime win over the Vegas Golden Knights in Game 4. Hey, crazier things have happened, right? Game 5 is Saturday night. Here at home, nothing new. New York Islanders Reading The free agent class this year is quite barren, thanks in large part to UFAs getting signed before the season ended. But here are some options, as well as trade options. [ amNY ] Sergei Bobrovsky's glow-up serves as a reminder to extend Ilya Sorokin. [ THN ] Elsewhere Dallas stayed alive with an overtime goal from the “ageless” Joe Pavelski. [ NHL ] They got a boost from Mike Tyson and Ric Flair, who were in attendance with Max Domi's
Posted: 05/26/2023

Islanders rumors: What scoring options are out there? What can be dealt in 2023 offseason?
The Islanders find themselves between the proverbial rock and hard place this offseason. Not only do they need to address a number of free agents — restricted, unrestricted, and looming — like a long-term deal for Ilya Sorokin, potentially something for his backup Semyon Varlamov, and other potential deals for Zach Parise, Pierre Engvall, and Scott Mayfield, but they still need to improve their roster. Here we take a look at what options on both the free-agency and trade markets are out there and what assets the Islanders still have left in the thinning tank to potentially move.
Posted: 05/25/2023

Reliving Josh Bailey's Best Moments With the Islanders
When it comes to Josh Bailey of the New York Islanders, fans face a familiar conundrum. The Islanders selected Bailey ninth overall in the first round of the 2008 NHL Draft, and since his arrival on Long Island, Bailey has faced his share of highs and lows, from arriving to a team in a rebuild, being sent to the American Hockey League (AHL) to being named a 2018 All-Star, to being a healthy scratch in this year's postseason. After 15 seasons on Long Island, the 33-year-old forward's future in New York is uncertain.
Posted: 05/25/2023

Islanders & NHL News: Cats to the Cup Final
The 2012 Los Angeles Kings 2023 Florida Panthers, an 8-seed on the run of their lives, are headed to the Stanley Cup Final after sweeping the Carolina Hurricanes (hehe). Sergei Bobrovsky is playing like a $10 million goalie—I'm of the mind that if they pull this thing off, the contract was “worth it”—and Matthew Tkachuk is writing his own legend. Tonight, the Vegas Golden Knights will try to finish off their sweep against the Dallas Stars, who will be without their captain for this game and another, whether that's Game 5 or Game 1 of 82 in October.
Posted: 05/25/2023

Islanders, Rangers heading to MetLife Stadium
Hockey is heading to MetLife Stadium. The NHL will host a pair of Stadium Series games at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey in February 2024, according to Sportsnet. One game will feature the New York Rangers against the New York Islanders, while the New Jersey Devils will host the Philadelphia Flyers in the other.
Posted: 05/25/2023

Islanders Should Have Blues' Torey Krug as a Trade Target
One of the shortcomings in the New York Islanders' roster this season was the lack of a two-way defenseman. It held them back all season and made their power play one of the worst in the league, as they scored only 15.77 percent of their opportunities. Ultimately, the lack of a two-way defenseman was one of the significant factors that caused them to be eliminated in the first round against the Carolina Hurricanes in six games. This void makes Torey Krug an intriguing option for the Islanders to target in the offseason.
Posted: 05/24/2023

Islanders & NHL News: Happy Cup-iversary; outdoor game; Stars, Penguins meltdowns
It's May 24, the anniversary of the New York Islanders' first of four consecutive Stanley Cups that began one lovely afternoon in 1980. Eric Hornick has lots of the key facts and film to relive that moment. A not-well-kept secret is that the Islanders will return to one of the NHL's many outdoor series next season. The [insurance of some sort] Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J., will host two games, one day apart, with the Islanders vs. Smurfs and the Devils vs. Flyers.
Posted: 05/24/2023

7 depth defencemen the Leafs could add in free agency this summer
While big changes could be on the horizon for the Toronto Maple Leafs, it's important to not forget about the little tweaks, too. Toronto's defence — once a much-maligned positional group — has made waves over the last few seasons, bringing in a series of veteran defenders to complement their core group. Toronto has six defenders returning next season: Morgan Rielly, Jake McCabe, Mark Giordano, Timothy Liljegren, Connor Timmins, and TJ Brodie, while Jake Muzzin currently sits on injured reserve.
Posted: 05/24/2023

Sage Strong and Islanders capture national hockey titles
For the second straight year, the Saskatchewan-based Mistawasis Sage Strong took top honors in the women's category of a national Indigenous hockey tournament. The Sage Strong squad downed Manitoba's Cross Lake Islanders in the final of the Fred Sasakamoose Chief Thunderstick National Hockey Championship, which concluded on May 21 in Saskatoon. The Islanders' male counterparts, however, did win the men's championship. The Cross Lake Islanders edged the Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation's Stars 3-2 in the men's final.
Posted: 05/24/2023

Top-10 Disappointing Players in the 2023 NHL Playoffs... So Far
The 2023 NHL Playoffs are in the middle of the conference finals. Various names could have made the top ten, but limiting the list to a maximum of two players per team was done to avoid adding the bulk of the Toronto Maple Leafs and Boston Bruins rosters. Admittedly, it is unfair to label Mathew Barzal's postseason disappointing from most perspectives. Horvat also lacked the scoring the New York Islanders craved, just two points in six games, but he did provide good defence for the Islanders in six postseason games – Barzal did not.
Posted: 05/23/2023

Islanders Must Address Their Atrocious Power Play This Summer
During the 2022-23 regular season, the Islanders had the third worst power-play percentage (PP%) in the league at 15.8, and during their short-lived playoff appearance, they sat in dead last at 5.8 PP%. For most teams, the power play represents a clear advantage to capitalize on the opposing team's infraction, but for the Islanders, it often sends shivers down fans' spines. The Islanders' power play could be categorized as a lackadaisical struggle to cleanly enter the offensive zone and create high-danger shots while routinely allowing short-handed goals. The short-handed goal the Islanders allowed on that fateful Game 7 against the Tampa Bay Lightning in the 2021 Stanley Cup Semi-Finals comes to mind.
Posted: 05/22/2023

Wild’s off-season moves will be vital, but limited by financial issues
General Manager Bill Guerin was frustrated after the Wild were sacked from the playoffs by another six-game swoon, and he still is weeks later. "We had an opportunity, and we didn't come through with it again and that bothers me," Guerin said last week. "It's time and time again that that's happened, and it's worrisome." But team brass is focusing on the future instead of the past as the Wild ...
Posted: 05/22/2023

Nystrom, Islanders honored at Viscardi Center
The retired forward, known as "Mr. Islander," was honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the Henry Viscardi School at The Viscardi Center during their 56th annual Celebrity Sports Night. Dressed in a gray blazer and blue and white tie, Nystrom thanked students and faculty for keeping a 46-year tradition going and the lift the Islanders get from children with severe physical disabilities inspiring enough to return again and again. "I think the most important thing is the longevity of this place and what they do with the kids," Nystrom said of the nonprofit that opened in 1962. The Islanders were honored for their 50th season and a relationship forged by a chance meeting during a 1976 practice, when a woman at the time dating defenseman Gerry Hart suggested to Viscardi Center's president an annual wheelchair hockey game against the students.
Posted: 05/19/2023

Hurricanes’ Teuvo Teravainen set to return for Game 1 of East final against Panthers
Hurricanes coach Rod Brind'Amour said that forward Teuvo Teravainen is set to return from injury for Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Final against the Panthers.
Posted: 05/18/2023

A new shooter among Hurricanes playoff opponents, Panthers still linked by history
No matter who wins this series, a team from the NHL’s old Southeast Division is going to play for the Stanley Cup for the sixth time in nine years.
Posted: 05/17/2023

Nashville Predators goalie Juuse Saros not named Vezina Trophy finalist
Nashville Predators goalie Juuse Saros not named among the Vezina Trophy three finalists.
Posted: 05/11/2023

Can Leafs become 5th NHL team to overcome 3-0 series deficit?
The Maple Leafs are facing a nearly insurmountable climb, but coming back from a 3-0 deficit has been done before.
Posted: 05/08/2023

Can Canes rebound from Game 3 stumble against Devils like they did against the Isles?
The Hurricanes’ lopsided Game 3 loss against New Jersey on Sunday was familiar. Canes know they need to “look in the mirror” and respond quickly.
Posted: 05/08/2023

Devils fall to Hurricanes, 5-1, in Game 1 of second round
The Carolina Hurricanes got goals from Brett Pesce and Seth Jarvis alongside a suffocating defensive performance in the opening period to jump quickly on the New Jersey Devils for a 5-1 win Wednesday night in the opener of their second-round playoff series.
Posted: 05/04/2023

Hurricanes, Devils meet in 2nd round of NHL playoffs
The Carolina Hurricanes pushed through a first-round series in the Stanley Cup playoffs with enough time to let their injury-hit lineup recharge before facing their next opponent. The mental break was just as important, too, before taking on a New Jersey Devils team less than 48 hours removed from a Game 7 win to advance. “I can tell you from my experience that I would rather just keep this thing going, keep the schedule, keep it every other day than having four or five days and you’re trying to simulate games and maybe what your opponent may look like,” Devils coach Lindy Ruff said.
Posted: 05/02/2023


HOME 44 26 14 4
AWAY 44 18 19 7
TOTAL 88 44 33 11

TOTAL 0 0 0 0

CAR 82 52 21 9 113 266 213
NJD 82 52 22 8 112 291 226
NYR 82 47 22 13 107 277 219
NYI 82 42 31 9 93 243 222
PIT 82 40 31 11 91 262 264
WSH 82 35 37 10 80 255 265
PHI 82 31 38 13 75 222 277
CBJ 82 25 48 9 59 214 330

1. BOS 82 65 12 5 128 135
2. CAR 82 52 21 9 53 113
3. NJD 82 52 22 8 65 112
4. TOR 82 50 21 11 57 111
5. NYR 82 47 22 13 58 107
6. TBL 82 46 30 6 29 98
7. NYI* 82 42 31 9 21 93
8. FLA* 82 42 32 8 17 92
9. BUF 82 42 33 7 -4 91
10. PIT 82 40 31 11 -2 91
11. OTT 82 39 35 8 -10 86
12. WSH 82 35 37 10 -10 80
13. DET 82 35 37 10 -39 80
14. PHI 82 31 38 13 -55 75
15. MTL 82 31 45 6 -75 68
16. CBJ 82 25 48 9 -116 59
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