4:59 AM EDT, Sat November 01, 2014
Newsday 9 hours ago

Islanders shuffle lines after shutout loss in Denver

Jack Capuano said he didn't find too much wrong with his team's play the past two games except, of course, the results. The coach still decided to shuffle his forward lines ahead of tonight's game here with the Sharks, a natural response to Thursday's 5-0 clunker of a loss to the Avalanche in Denver that marked the ugliest moment of the season.
New York Post 17 hours ago
Ex-Islander dealing with gambling controversy, diminished role

Ex-Islander dealing with gambling controversy, diminished role

Anyone wonder if Thomas Vanek regrets not taking the $50 million the Islanders offered him last season? How about now that he’s being linked to a gambling and money-laundering scheme out...
New York Daily News Oct 31, 2014
Islanders shut out by Avalanche, who are led by Nathan MacKinnon

Islanders shut out by Avalanche, who are led by Nathan MacKinnon

Nathan MacKinnon scored his first two goals of the season and Semyon Varlamov stopped 40 shots for his 14th NHL shutout, lifting the Colorado Avalanche to a 5-0 win over the New York Islanders on Thursday night.
Newsday Oct 30, 2014

Islanders begin road trip with 5-0 loss in Colorado

Jack Capuano made a surprising move to start Chad Johnson in goal Thursday night. It didn't change much for the Islanders, who had another ugly second period on their way to a 5-0 loss to the Avalanche, kicking off a grueling five-game road trip in the worst possible fashion.
Newsday Oct 30, 2014

Jack Capuano decides to start backup Chad Johnson over Jaroslav Halak

Jack Capuano threw a bit of a curveball in goal Thursday night, opting to go with Chad Johnson over Jaroslav Halak, who struggled in Tuesday's 4-3 loss to the Jets. Johnson has started three of the last five games despite similar numbers. Halak's .889 save percentage is well below average but not far from Johnson's .891 entering Thursday night.
Newsday Oct 30, 2014

As Kyle Okposo reaches 400-game mark, he's a key cog now

It's hard even for Kyle Okposo to believe that less than two years ago, he still was an underachiever. The Islanders were in the middle of a good season during the lockout-shortened 2012-13 year, but Okposo was scuffling along, with a goal and three assists in the first 20 games of a 48-game season.
Denver Post Oct 30, 2014

Gameday: Avs' Nine Line intact for New York Islanders (Game 11)

Two 2014 Olympians and the Avalanche's 2013-14 leading scorer and Lady Byng Trophy winner will continue to play together in Thursday night's game against the New York Islanders at the Pepsi

Gameday: Avs' Nine Line intact for New York Islanders (Game 11)

Nine Line of Matt Duchene (9), Gabe Landeskog (92) and Ryan O'Reilly (90) intact for game against the New York Islanders.
Denver Post Oct 30, 2014
Daniel Briere will be healthy scratch for Avalanche against Islanders

Daniel Briere will be healthy scratch for Avalanche against Islanders

Avalanche coach Patrick Roy will scratch forward Daniel Briere in Thursday night's game against the New York Islanders at the Pepsi Center.
Newsday Oct 29, 2014

Islanders' tough road trip begins in Denver

Jack Capuano cautioned, in the immediate aftermath of Tuesday's 4-3 loss to the Jets at the Coliseum, that the Islanders need to be smarter with the puck.
Winnipeg Free Press Oct 29, 2014

Islanders playing their last season in a historic NHL arena

UNIONDALE, N.Y. -- A hockey dynasty lived here once, and the evidence is there gathering dust and hanging in the rafters of the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum. There are four New York Islanders Stanley Cup championship banners, dating from 1979-80 to 1982-83, along with those from the...
Winnipeg Sun Oct 28, 2014
Jets beat Islanders to kick off road swing

Jets beat Islanders to kick off road swing

The Winnipeg Jets looked like they had travel legs in the first period and had to deal with a hard-charging New York Islanders team chock full of talent.
Newsday Oct 28, 2014

Islanders go on the road after home loss to Jets

The five-city, nine-day western swing that starts Thursday is as much an opportunity as a challenge for the Islanders. It is a chance for bonding and building chemistry. Still, there is no place like home, which is what made them so hopeful last night. And left them so disappointed.
New York Post Oct 28, 2014
Islanders nipped by Jets as challenging Western swing looms

Islanders nipped by Jets as challenging Western swing looms

Normally, in the minutes after a tough loss, Islanders coach Jack Capuano strolls out and tries to be the picture of calm, focusing on the positives in a dark situation....

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