Also, the old voice is already interviewing for new work.
Happy Leafs First Round Exit Day to all those who celebrate.
Barry Trotz had a true connection with Islanders fans that few before him have ever achieved, let alone as quickly as he did. And he used that connection to get the players, the people and the franchise moving in the same direction.
On how things went south enough to fire Barry Trotz, no one knows anything except the Islanders had a tough year.
Well, that’s where they’re slotted, at least. It remains to be seen if they use that pick.
Mike and Dan attempt to process the news of the Islanders firing Barry Trotz, the coach with the tightest connection to the Islanders fanbase.
Calling all cars, Trotz fired on Hempstead Turnpike.
Four years of wisdom from a one-of-a-kind Islanders coach.
The Islanders have fired Barry Trotz.
Meanwhile, a bunch of NHL playoff series get tied at 2-2.
Almost every team has won a game already in these playoffs.
Bridgeport wins a playoff series for the first time in a generation, sending the Bruins org to an 0-4 start to the playoffs.
Believe you me, I’m not happy to see the Penguins win. But I love that the Rangers lost.
In their 200th episode, Mike and Dan reflect on the Islanders season, the exit interviews of the players and their unique brand of interaction with listeners.
Cory Schneider found the fountain of youth as Bridgeport won Game 1 vs. Providence in the AHL playoffs.
As they break up, the Islanders reflect on tough love for youth from Barry Trotz, and Zdeno Chara’s legacy.
The Isles blew a lead and concede a hat trick to Steven Stamkos, while fans and the visitors salute a Hall of Famer.
Make it count, fellas. Remember: You hate these guys.
Everything went perfectly until Varlamov lost a shutout bid with 41 seconds left.
Two more games left in the season, both at home.
The Isles snap a five-game winless streak with a performance they could’ve used a little more of this season.
With J-G Pageau out of COVID protocol, Otto Koivula was returned to Bridgeport.
The Isles slog on because the schedule says they must.
Lighthouse Hockey’s second series of audio documentaries begins with a rookie season for the ages for an instant No. 1 center. At just 19 when the season began, Bryan Trottier would finish his first season with record numbers and helped the Islanders establish themselves as one of the best NHL teams of the mid-70’s.
It’s been a rough end to a rough season.