Lubomir Visnovsky has signed a two-year contract extension with the New York Islanders.
The New York Islanders defenseman continues to play with his KHL team and will once again miss training camp on Monday.
After an arbitration case, some hometown playing and a good ol' NHL lockout, Lubomir Visnovsky still isn't coming to the New York Islanders.
Since July feels like ages ago, a recap of all of the Islanders off-season transactions seems in order.
The NHL and NHLPA have agreed to a tentative deal to end the lockout and put out a shortened 2013 season. Huzzah!
A bad hit on Ville Pokka was not only late and dirty, but it may have cost Switzerland their best shot at an upset.
The Bridgeport Sound Tigers rode a big night from their second line to beat the Connecticut Whale in the first leg of a home-and-home series.
The NHL's lawsuit against the NHLPA names 36 players, including New York Islanders star John Tavares.
Islanders prospects Ryan Strome, Griffin Reinhart and Adam Pelech will all vie for spots on Team Canada, while Jason Clark will get some reps in the ECHL.
Bridgeport played the final two periods of the weekend without Travis Hamonic, and extended their winless streak to six games.
Lighthouse Hockey talks to Jason Clark about the New York Islanders 2010 draft pick's transition and decision to jump to the pros.
It was an ugly weekend for the Bridgeport Sound Tigers, but several Islanders prospects in the CHL and NCAA had big performances.
Because this is Nassau Coliseum of course the man who helped lure the New York Islanders away will help the arena they left behind.
New York Islanders prospect Jesse Joensuu was making the best of the lockout, producing for Ässät, but now he's expected to miss two months with a hand injury.
Michael Grabner answers questions on his Movember 'stache and tells locked-out Islanders fans to hang in there.
Greg Prato's oral history of the New York Islanders dynasty becomes the definitive history of the legendary team that won four consecutive Stanley Cups and 19 consecutive playoff series.
The Bridgeport Sound Tigers are prepping for two weekend home games after Hurricane Sandy, offering free admission to the general public.