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Islanders News: Blown away; Nielsen comes alive; Shields vs. Snow

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Shake it off.

Beware of wind gusts.
Beware of wind gusts.
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Lots of good Islanders reads in here for you to (at least attempt to) wash away the bad taste from last night. Also: it's Friday. Treat yourself to something.

Islanders things

Meanwhile...

  • The Islanders were the goats last night, but at least they weren't as bad this puck-stealing asshole from Pittsburgh. [SB Nation]
  • Also, playing down to the competition seemed to be the order of the day: The Canadiens blew a 3-0 lead to the Oilers and lost in regulation, The Lightning somehow lost 2-1 to the Avalanche, the Blackhawks still can't score and the Ducks... my god, the Ducks are a mess.
  • The Leafs made some moves, waiving the perpetually-waivable Mark Arcobello and signing tough guy Rich Clune. [PPP]
  • Highly-paid person Andrew MacDonald adjusts to life in the AHL. [Philly.com]
  • ESPN's Most Impressive People in Hockey 40 or younger includes some interesting folks, but you'll need to pay up to find out who.
  • Emails show the NHL allowed players to re-join games after sustaining concussions. That seems unwise. [Puck Daddy]
  • Bob McKenzie takes a deep look at Hockey Fights Cancer, where good dudes like Matt Martin help change lives. [TSN.ca]
  • I know you've been listening to Islanders Anxiety (and we thank you for that) but another new podcast you should try is the HockeyPDOCast by Dmitri Filipovic and Travis Yost. Despite the title, it's not dense with fancystats and is just two smart dudes talking hockey. In this episode, Yost is absent but Filipovic talks to the great Ray Ferraro about stats, scoring goals and playing when your coach might be fired.