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