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Islanders sign forward Derick Brassard to one-year contract

Islanders sign forward Derick Brassard to one-year contract

The New York Islanders have signed forward Derick Brassard to a one-year deal, the club announced Wednesday. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Last Word on Hockey Aug 19, 2019
Report: New York Islanders sign Michael Dal Colle and Josh Ho-Sang

Report: New York Islanders sign Michael Dal Colle and Josh Ho-Sang

News broke late Monday afternoon that the New York Islanders have signed Restricted Free Agents Michael Dal Colle and Josh Ho-Sang to new deals. Islanders beat reporter Andrew Gross tweeted the initial announcement earlier. Dal Colle's is for two years, $700,000 per season. Ho-Sang's is for one year and just over $870,000. https://twitter.com/AGrossNewsday/status/1163557382426955776?s=20 Islanders Sign Dal Colle and Josh Ho-Sang Signing these two young forwards was one of the few things New York had left to do as we approach training camp. Neither was used much in the 2018-19, but they are...
Sportsnet.ca Aug 19, 2019
Islanders re-sign RFA Michael Dal Colle to two-year contract

Islanders re-sign RFA Michael Dal Colle to two-year contract

The New York Islanders have re-signed forward Michael Dal Colle to a two-year contract, the team announced Monday. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Sportsnet.ca Aug 19, 2019
Islanders re-sign forward Josh Ho-Sang to one-year contract

Islanders re-sign forward Josh Ho-Sang to one-year contract

The New York Islanders have re-signed forward Josh Ho-Sang to a one-year contract, the team announced Monday. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
The Hockey Writers Aug 14, 2019

New York Islanders: How Swede They Were

Every NHL team has had its share of players from around the world. The New York Islanders are no exception, with 20 players from Sweden since their inception. Here are five who have stood out. Let’s review the impact they made in an Islanders jersey over their careers. Kenny Jonsson – 1996-2004 Jonsson came to […] The post New York Islanders: How Swede They Were appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
The Hockey Writers Aug 10, 2019

Islanders Gamble Varlamov Can Replace Lehner

Can anyone blame New York Islanders fans for being upset with the departure of goaltender Robin Lehner as a free agent on July 1? After all, Lehner departed the team on a one-year, $5 million contract to the Chicago Blackhawks. The Islanders answer to their goaltending situation? Signing Colorado Avalanche castoff Semyon Varlamov to a […] The post Islanders Gamble Varlamov Can Replace Lehner appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
The Hockey Writers Aug 10, 2019

5 Islanders Prospects Key to Long-Term Success

The New York Islanders have the fundamentals and depth in place for this team to be not only competitive but contenders for the next decade. This quiet offseason, to much of the chagrin to the fanbase, is quiet for a reason. Their farm system. With upcoming unrestricted free agent contracts that expire at this end […] The post 5 Islanders Prospects Key to Long-Term Success appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
CBC News Aug 9, 2019
Islanders' top pick Noah Dobson will have 'every opportunity' to make team

Islanders' top pick Noah Dobson will have 'every opportunity' to make team

After winning two Memorial Cups during his junior hockey career so far, Summerside's Noah Dobson has set his sights on his next goal: earning a roster spot on the the NHL's New York Islanders
Sportsnet.ca Aug 8, 2019
Board approves new Islanders arena project at Belmont Park

Board approves new Islanders arena project at Belmont Park

A development board has unanimously voted in favour of a new project which would give the New York Islanders a new arena at Belmont Park. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
The Hockey Writers Aug 6, 2019

Islanders Have Decisions to Make on Dobson

The New York Islanders are going to be forced to make a roster decision they do not want to make: what to do with elite, defensive prospect Noah Dobson. Should he make the Islanders roster out of training camp or should he be sent back to the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey […] The post Islanders Have Decisions to Make on Dobson appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
The Hockey Writers Aug 5, 2019

New York Islanders’ 50-Goal Scorers

The NHL came to Long Island in 1972, and unlike some teams, it didn’t take long for them to get their franchise’s first 50-goal scorer. In just six seasons, the New York Islanders would have their first player crack the milestone. As it turns out, that player would go on to hit the 50-goal plateau […] The post New York Islanders’ 50-Goal Scorers appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
The Hockey Writers Aug 2, 2019

Top 5 Islanders Goals of All Time

Despite the ups and downs, the New York Islanders have had some memorable goals since their inception in 1972. From incredible comebacks to Stanley Cup-clinching performances, this franchise has provided its fans with plenty of memories from some of its most electrifying players. Here, we’ll cover five of the most iconic and important goals in […] The post Top 5 Islanders Goals of All Time appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Last Word on Hockey Aug 2, 2019
New York Islanders Biggest Game In Franchise History

New York Islanders Biggest Game In Franchise History

Welcome back to the Last Word on Hockey’s summer series where we look at the biggest game in team history. Each day we will be back with a new team to look at. Looking at things like the lead-up, what happened, followed, and why it makes it the biggest game. The biggest game does not automatically mean a win, either. Sometimes, it can be a loss that set the franchise back massively. Sit back and enjoy as we break down all 31 team’s most important game. This is the New York Islanders biggest game in franchise history. The full series is found here. New York Islanders Biggest Game in...
The Hockey Writers Aug 1, 2019

Filppula Departure Will Impact Islanders’ Penalty Kill

On the surface, losing Valtteri Filppula doesn’t seem all that significant for the New York Islanders, but a closer look should have fans concerned. While Filppula’s offensive production, 17 goals and 14 assists, seems pedestrian, he was one of eight Islanders to score double-digit goals on a team starved for offense. His face-off win percentage […] The post Filppula Departure Will Impact Islanders’ Penalty Kill appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
The Hockey Writers Jul 29, 2019

Islanders Aren’t Likely to Repeat Last Season’s Performance

The New York Islanders had the fifth-most points in the NHL in the 2018-19 season, but they could easily find themselves on the outside looking in after 2019-20. After an underwhelming free agency that saw them add no real outside help, the Islanders have set themselves up for a potentially significant decline in standings points. […] The post Islanders Aren’t Likely to Repeat Last Season’s Performance appeared first on The Hockey Writers.

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