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Islanders moving from Long Island? Nevah!

At least according to Chicago Wolves owner Don Levin, who is considered the favorite to own a potential Seattle based NHL franchise: "I can tell you there are not teams for sale that are available to move," Levin told ESPN the Magazine on Wednesday. Not the Coyotes? Or maybe one day the Islanders? "My understanding is that the Phoenix deal, [Greg Jamison] has come up with the money," Levin said. "The answer to the Islanders moving is never. They're not moving out of that market. No chance that's going to happen."

Our Islanders-Brooklyn (and Queens) thread, which will continue for 4 years

The New York Islanders are tied to Nassau Coliseum for four more seasons, so public statements by New Jersey Nets and Barclay's Center officials don't clearly indicate future intentions.

In Atlanta Thrashers Demise, Unfair to Blame the Fans

Looking at the demise of the Atlanta Thrashers after a decade of miserable ownership, it's clear their fans never had a chance.

Bright Side: Coyotes move would bring $6k per player

The NHL CBA states that every player on a relocated team shall receive $6,000. So there's that to soothe Shane Doan's pain.

Wang, Moyes, Balsillie: Apples, oranges, bananas

Don't assume that the Jerry Moyes-Jim Balsillie circus in Phoenix tells us much about the situation around Charles Wang and the New York Islanders.

"They did the right thing this year by advancing funds and infusing money to keep [the Coyotes]...

"They did the right thing this year by advancing funds and infusing money to keep [the Coyotes] going, and it is good for the players and good for the league. At this point you need someone who can stand alone and handle the financial consequences."

>>NHLPA head Paul Kelly discussing the Balsillie Coyotes bid in a very interesting CBC Sports article on the situation. Just thought it relevant given our last "wonder what the NHLPA thinks" post.

Does the NHLPA want the Islanders to stay put?

While the ups and downs of the tortured Lighthouse Project process twist Islanders fans' fate in the wind, one wonders where the NHLPA stands on this issue and the market's future.

The U.S. Tennis Association insists it's exploring a roof only to end rain delays at the...

The U.S. Tennis Association insists it's exploring a roof only to end rain delays at the 23,733-seat Arthur Ashe Stadium - but the Queens Chamber of Commerce views it as a shot to bring a second pro hockey club to the city.

>>NY Daily News Man, when a team's future and home is up for grabs, you hear some wacky ideas.

Queens, you say? K.C. isn't giving up on the Islanders

A critical look at Kansas City officials talking about luring the New York Islanders to relocate to the Sprint Center.

Afternoon Delight: Dubie, Yanni, K.C. masterpiece

With the 30th-place Islanders facing the 2nd-place Bruins tonight, attention turns to the Isles' goaltending situation and a report of them playing in Kansas City.

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