Stories of New York Islanders players representing their countries.
Lee, Beauvillier have scored, while Nielsen notched a shootout winner for the home team.
The Islanders’ Americans, however, may all have other things to do.
A few Islanders prospects will suit up for their home countries to take part in the Karjala Cup tournament.
Several Islanders are coming home with some medals and other accolades from the 2017 IIHF World Championships. And Uwe Krupp was there, too!
20-year-old caps off a highly successful year with a new deal and some sweet, sweet krona.
Islanders goalie prospect Ilya Sorokin win join Team Russia at the IIHF World Championships this week. The 21-year-old was part of Russia’s bronze medal winning team at last year’s tournament.
Goalie Thomas Greiss and defenseman Dennis Seidenberg will play for their native Germany at the 2017 IIHF World Championships next month.
At this year’s IIHF World Championships in Cologne, Germany and Paris, Islanders forwards and good Minnesota boys Brock Nelson and Anders Lee will be suiting up for Team USA.
What happened to John Tavares in Sochi could have happened to anyone. And now it’s one of the reasons the NHL won’t be going to South Korea in 2018.
In an article for The Players Tribune, Halak recounts the fun September ride and reminisces about how the team made up of players from eight separate countries came together to win games no one gave them a chance to.
John Tavares is a champion. And Jaroslav Halak is going to be seeing shorthanded goals in his sleep for a while as Team Europe’s run ends with a 2-1 loss to Canada in Game 2 of the World Cup of Hockey final.
Not what we expected, and yet exactly what we expected. Jaroslav Halak looked good again, making 35 saves in the loss.
With a 3-2 overtime win over Team Sweden on Sunday, Team Europe will play Canada in the best-of-three final series starting Tuesday.
Canada moves on to the World Cup finals. And that title is going to get me 10 years in the gulag.
In which Bob takes on all of Canada and Krueger’s Krew is playing with house money.
Hey, it’s an Islanders blog. Gotta keep it on message.
The final day of the preliminary round has one game that’s vital and one that’s... not.
The Islanders goalie was often spectacular Wednesday night, but Team Canada is working on a whole other level.
Today’s games at the World Cup of Hockey are of vital importance as the semifinals quickly approach.
Islanders teammates will move on in the tournament, all looking for a spot in the best-of-three championship series.
In Team Canada’s game against Team USA at the World Cup of Hockey, birthday boy John Tavares decided he wanted to take defenseman Matt Niskanen as his personal party favor.
It all comes down to this for Team USA: lose to Canada and their tournament is essentially over. Good luck with that.
Team Europe won its second game of the tournament Monday, beating the Czech Republic 3-2 in overtime on Leon Draisaitl’s breakaway goal. Islanders goalie Jaroslav Halak made 28 saves.
The World Cup of Hockey rolls on with two more games today. Team Europe, coming off their shutout of Team USA on Saturday, faces the Czech Republic, who were shut out by Team Canada.
The World Cup of Hockey moves into Day 2 as Group B gets started. Nikolay Kulemin and Russia face Sweden; Finland takes on North America.
If you weren’t going to root for Team Europe at the World Cup, this nerdy nonsense probably won’t change your mind.