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Death Of A Fisherman

The Islanders' Fisherman jersey is the tin-standard among bad sweater designs. But with some newcomers challenging for the title, it's important to see the lessons behind the chaos.

PPP Charity Trivia Time! Questions 27-28

Day fourteen of the PPP Trivia Contest! Know stuff! Win cards! Lots of prizes will be out there. If you want to take part and haven't signed up, please take a moment to do so! Today's cards feature players who faced off in the '78 playoffs.

Interview: Isles Dynasty History author Greg Prato

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.

Brooklyn Reflections: Dynasty Warriors

The Islanders were the NHL's last true dynasty. Now, with the team moving to Brooklyn in 2015, its crystal clear that Nassau County itself did more damage to the dynasty than any other team ever could.

Islanders Bits: Reinhart Stinger; Gary Bettman Makes a Little More Than You*

You know it's August in a lockout year when the hot news is Gary Bettman's salary and an injury to another Flyers depth defenseman.

Best in Class: The New York Islanders Dynasty

Wanna talk class? The New York Islanders dynasty is second to none.

Working Link to Clarkie's "Mario" Interview

Ignore the summary. Just click on the podcast.

Gabriel Landeskog, RW– Kitchener Rangers (OHL)Not only is Landeskog the first European captain in...

Gabriel Landeskog, RW– Kitchener Rangers (OHL)Not only is Landeskog the first European captain in Kitchener's illustrious history, but he earned the ‘C’ by doing all the things leaders need to do, not just by being a high-scoring winger. The Swedish national throws stiff hits, blocks shots and even fights when the time is right. All part of the job, according to him. "It's about doing whatever it takes to win the game," Landeskog said. "If I have to drop the gloves to protect a teammate, that's what I'm going to do. And blocking shots is a big part of our penalty kill." Landeskog is in his second OHL season and with this being his draft year, the initial foray allowed him to get his feet wet in the North American game. With no learning curve to navigate, he's proven to be a quick study with 36 points in 24 games this year, putting him among the top-15 in the league. "I think I'm a strong, powerful guy," Landeskog said. "I have a good shot, I know how to score and I have good speed down low and know how to protect the puck and play physical." The Swede, who speaks English with no accent, considers his language skill just another element to be efficient at. "I try to do little things, like watch movies without subtitles," he said. Plus, some of the other Rangers have him listening to country music. Hits, fights and country? Guess Landeskog is just another good ol' boy. Draft eligible in 2011. http://www.thehockeynews.com/articles/36736-The-Hot-List-Kitcheners-European-captain.html?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=thn_daily_20101201 About as close to Clarkie as you are likely to see. If Larsson and Couturier are off the board when we pick and he's on, he's the guy.

Off With His Hair: Clark Gillies shaves for charity

Islanders Hall of Famer Clark Gillies shaves his head to raise money for disadvantaged kids.

Bits: DiPietro, Martinek, Gillies, Kovalchuk

Above: Management discuss the Cupcake Initiative. Some quick headlines and reaction to stir your inner urges for training camp to just get here and get here right quick: If you are on Twitter (as...

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