The Islanders are back to .500! And still last in the Metro. Because 2021-22.
The Islanders did not play great, but they pulled out two points from the Flyers and finally got back to NHL .500.
A saga that lasted decades finally comes to a close as the Islanders get a new home.
If the Islanders don’t extend Philly’s losing streak, just give up all hope.
The Islanders surely will be looking to get back in the win column. They may have reinforcements coming, too.
Mike and Dan recap a win and a loss and look into some possible trades the Islanders can make to bolster their defense in this (possibly already lost) season.
Islanders struggle to generate chances outside of the youngsters.
A stretch of four games vs. Metro opponents continues with a visit from a playoff team.
Johnston’s first suspension comes on what was deemed a minor penalty at the time.
The Islanders added two points and two offspring Thursday.
The New York Islanders are on a three-game win streak that spans three weeks
We’re back? We’re back!
The New York Islanders shall play NHL hockey again.
But tomorrow’s game looks like it might actually be on. *Knocks on wood*
First episode of a brand new LHH podcast! What is a "Weird Islander" and what makes Brian Rolston one? We ask guest Carey Haber and lay down some ground rules for the show going forward.
The Isles welcomed their coach back, and hope opponents will be healthy enough to play this week.
Lane Lambert continues to run practice and the boys continue to get healthy.
But not without another postponement. And not any time soon, either.
The long schedule break continues, so we gawk at the Oilers and pose another Islanders question.
Mike and Dan recap the Islanders back-to-back wins as they stare down another long break in between games.
The Isles won’t play again for a while (again), so here’s an open thread to go with your news bits.
Dobson carries over his hot December as Isles win both games in this brief interruption between schedule pauses.
Enjoy some afternoon Isles hockey, we’re about to hit another pause.
Attendance restrictions north of the border have led the NHL to move a whole slate of games in the eternal quest to retrieve Hockey Related Revenue.
The Islanders closed out the calendar year looking like themselves.
Mathew Barzal, Kieffer Bellows, Anders Lee and Noah Dobson fueled an overdue burst of offense.