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Highlights: Official now, John Tavares is captain

In accordance with the prophecies, one John Tavares was officially named New York Islanders captain today before the Islanders annual charity golf outing.

NHL Brothers in New York Islanders History

A look at the NHL brothers who have worn New York Islanders orange and blue

19 in a Row: The Islanders Dynasty

The story of the New York Islanders dynasty, the NHL's last dynasty and only one to win 19 consecutive playoff series.

Islanders Hockey What If? Bowtie Bill Torrey Sticks Around

Bill Torrey still plays a role with the Florida Panthers today. What if the "Gang of Four" owners never sent him packing from the New York Islanders?

Brad Dalgarno, the Joey Kocur Fight, and Timeless Hockey Themes

For a first-round, sixth-overall draft pick, Brad Dalgarno was a disappointment. For an NHLer who played through injuries and won back Islanders fan hearts, he's a great comeback tale.

The Proud Bastard Children of the NHL and the Coliseum

Forty years of proud history and tradition, from bastard founding to a Stanley Cup Dynasty, rides on the Aug. 1 referendum vote for a new Nassau Coliseum for the New York Islanders.

Last 3-0 Series Comeback: The 1975 New York Islanders

In 1975, in their third season of existence and first-ever playoffs, the Islanders pull off a feat that has yet to be repeated: They came back to win a best-of-seven series after trailing the Penguins 3-0. What's more, they almost did it twice.

Islanders Six-Game Starts: A 2000's retrospective

With the Islanders winless in their first six games, we look back at how they've started every other season of the 2000s.

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