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Eyes On Isles Oct 8, 2017

New York Islanders Top 3 Bottom 3 2017-18 Home Opener vs. Buffalo

The New York Islanders bounced back in fantastic fashion at home with a 6-3 win against the Buffalo Sabres. Game scores tell us who had the best game wearing blue and orange and who didn’t. This is something we’re going to do after every New York Islanders game this season. Look at the game scores to […] New York Islanders Top 3 Bottom 3 2017-18 Home Opener vs. Buffalo - Eyes On Isles - Eyes On Isles - A New York Islanders Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Eyes On Isles Oct 7, 2017

Islanders Offense Shines In Home Opener Win Over Buffalo (Highlights)

The New York Islanders won their home opener by a score of 6-3 over the Buffalo Sabres. The offense came alive tonight in the win. After an ugly 5-0 loss to the Columbus Blue Jackets, the New York Islanders bounced back with a solid w against the Buffalo Sabres. It was a combination of the […] Islanders Offense Shines In Home Opener Win Over Buffalo (Highlights) - Eyes On Isles - Eyes On Isles - A New York Islanders Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Lighthouse Hockey Oct 7, 2017
Islanders 6 (EN), Sabres 3: Now we can start

Islanders 6 (EN), Sabres 3: Now we can start

A pair of Tavares goals and an exchange of double-shorties sets the tone The New York Islanders rebounded from Friday’s season-opening embarrassment to escape their own home opener with a 6-3 win Saturday night over the Buffalo Sabres. They had Joshua Ho-Sang (in for an injured Cal Clutterbuck) and Scott Mayfield (in for an old Dennis Seidenberg) in the lineup to change things after the 5-0 loss in Columbus that pretended to start the season. The night featured a rousing start, an insane second period where the teams exchanged pairs of shorthanded goals, and a conclusion that felt a lot...
Lighthouse Hockey Oct 7, 2017
Islanders vs. Sabres Game Thread: Season started, Dude.

Islanders vs. Sabres Game Thread: Season started, Dude.

For their home opener, the Islanders attempt to put last night behind them. The New York Islanders begin their special 81-game 2017-18 season tonight with the home opener in front of fans in Brooklyn. After laying an egg last night in Columbus — okay, technically that was Game 1 of 82 — they need to rebound, and they’re likely to have lineup changes. With the Islanders set to have three players they are confident in using sitting in the pressbox every night, chances are good that Joshua Ho-Sang, Scott Mayfield and/or Ryan Pulock will get into the lineup tonight. But coming off a...