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Morrow said the search for seasoned help, especially on defense, is a tough one, not just for the...

Morrow said the search for seasoned help, especially on defense, is a tough one, not just for the Islanders. Morrow, who was inducted into the team's Hall of Fame on Saturday and has served as the pro scouting director since 1993, is on the hunt for veterans to target over the summer as free agents. "It's almost recruiting now," he said. "You don't just identify who you'd like to sign; you have to try and convince them to come to your team.

-Newsday

Islanders Bits: Plenty WJC, NCAA, NHL Hockey All Weekend

The New York Islanders honor Ken Morrow Saturday afternoon, part of a busy New Year's weekend of hockey in the NHL, NCAA and IIHF U20 world championship.

Legends Describe Ken Morrow, Honored by the Islanders Saturday

The New York Islanders honor Ken Morrow Saturday, the quiet but key defenseman who partnered with Hall of Famer Denis Potvin through the Islanders dynasty.

Isles News: A John Tavares Contract Would Give Toronto Columnists Nothing to Troll About

John Tavares is reported by Newsday to be negotiating a 5-6 year contract with the New York Islanders. Whatever will Toronto columnists have to write about?

Best in Class: The New York Islanders Dynasty

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

7th (and 5th) Games in New York Islanders History

The dominant New York Islanders dynasty never saw a Game 7, but their history is mostly filled with success in Game 7's and winner-take-all games.

Islanders Get Some Love

Most bang for their buck players.

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Who was your favorite Dynasty Isles player?

As it is now, we all have different favorite islanders for different reasons. So this made me thinking about who would be everyone's favorite islander player from the dynasty era and why. So...

Heart of a Champion Part 1: Ken Morrow

The first of my four part series on what it takes to make a champion.

"They had some talent, but they were organized, they were aggressive, they were fast, tough. They...

"They had some talent, but they were organized, they were aggressive, they were fast, tough. They were not big, but you could see they had big hearts. I still remember Ken Morrow was a towering guy compared to a lot of these smaller guys, Broten and Johnson. But they had the right mix of talent and a lot of character."

Slovakian Peter Stastny talks about facing the U.S. in 1980 and about the circle of his own son representing the U.S. in a fantastic interview with Eric Duhatschek.
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