Bits o' Islanders News
New York Islanders news bits, rumors and hockey blade splinters.
They need to keep it going, but what a week.
After getting some help in the race last night, the Islanders need to capitalize.
On March 1, the Islanders are still alive.
Imagining things only happen on Leap Days really reduces the misery. A bit.
He’s been red hot. So have the Red Wings.
So far it probably is, or at least the most consequential.
That’ll happen when your biggest innovation as a team is finding new and exciting ways to melt down.
If there are lots of penalties, there could be some comedy.
Over/under on how long it lasts?
The Isles have a no-history foe on tap to try to gain two points before the outdoor game circus begins.
The Islanders host the Flames on a Saturday afternoon.
Looks like he’ll be back in the lineup tomorrow night.
The Islanders begin the season’s stretch run on the right hoof, er, foot. (Skate?)
Also: Patrick Roy has time for Oliver Wahlstrom.
Auston Matthews picked him on Thursday night.
Jack Hughes can’t participate, so our All-Star will go in his stead.
Also, Parise will be going elsewhere.
The improvement in their overall play is noticeable, but the moronic mistakes remain.
The Islanders’ pre-All-Star sprint and evolution continues in Quebec.
If the Isles play like that consistently, they will win a lot of hockey games.