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Isles Sign Reiter to NHL Deal

The New York Islanders have signed the undrafted Bridgeport Sound Tiger to his first NHL (two-way) contract at age 27.

The (Many) Trouble(s) with Evaluating Goalies

How should we evaluate how goalies are playing when short-term data is so variable and uninformative?

2013-14 Isles Previews: The Goalie Post

By any measure other than age, Evgeni Nabokov is a below-average NHL starter. It's an issue the Isles can overcome in the near term, but they better be prepared to replace him.

Kevin Poulin takes his QO and likes it

Kevin Poulin accepted his one-year, two-way qualifying offer because he didn't really have any other choice.

Goalie Unsolved: Isles Re-sign Nabokov

Faced with dwindling goalie options, the Isles bring back Evgeni Nabokov on his terms.

Islanders to Buy Out Rick DiPietro

The Islanders will use one of two available compliance buyouts on Rick DiPietro, according to Newsday.

Islanders at the Trade Deadline: The goalies

A look at where the Isles sit in the crease, and whether they can address it at the deadline.

Can Poulin answer the Islanders goaltending woes?

The Islanders have removed one goaltender who wasn't working. Will his replacement make a meaningful difference?

Islanders Waive Rick DiPietro

The New York Islanders have put Rick DiPietro on waivers, the latest in a fascinating saga with the once-franchise goaltender.

Goalie Battles: Poulin, Nilsson vie for #1

Anders Nilsson and Kevin Poulin are first in line to take over the New York Islanders goal crease for the long term. That makes their battle in Bridgeport worth watching.

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