New York Islanders Playoff Coverage
All New York Islanders playoff coverage in this group.
But the Islanders may be turning the corner to becoming a champion.
This Islanders run was way too fun to end now.
That was incredible. Man.
The Islanders reversed a 2-0 deficit and won early in OT to create the latest Nassau Coliseum chaos. Game 7 will be in Tampa.
Facing elimination, but playing in front of the home crowd.
Not a surprise, but with the Department of Random Player Safety you never know.
Game 5’s loss to the Lightning sucked in every way.
Islanders-Lightning Playoff News: The Pulock save heard ‘round the...parts that care about exciting hockey
The series shifts to best-of-three after Ryan Pulock seals Game 4 win.
Three-goal second period, last-second heroics send series back to Tampa Bay tied at 2-2
Game 4 with the Isles trailing 2-1? Right where we want them.
But the Isles have trailed 2-1 in a series twice this postseason. They have won both series.
The Isles’ Game 3 loss at at Nassau Coliseum should have felt pretty familiar; the crowd was loud, the slot was clogged and the forechecking was ferocious. Oh, and the Islanders lost, which they have done in every Game 3 this post-season.
The Islanders aim to bounce back, stay out of the box.
Fortunately the too many men thing will be an afterthought. Moving on, and back to Long Island.
Looking at things the Islanders did right, and wrong in their Game 1 semifinal win over the Tampa Bay Lightning.
That would be a commanding lead, as they say.
Ryan Pulock set a franchise record, and the whole gang followed the gameplan in Game 1.
With stick, hip and slither, Adam Pelech was a defensive beast in the Boston series.
This afternoon’s Game 1 could set the tone for the whole series. It also may not do that.
The Lightning, unsurprisingly, are favored. But that doesn’t bother the Islanders.
Mat Barzal, Matt Martin and others discuss the upcoming series, while Lou and Barry aren’t touching the Kucherov cap loophole.
For the third round, we get to know the dates and the times ahead of time.
Forget deep analysis, let’s relive the Islanders’ six-game victory through the brevity of haikus.
Sharing some favorite reactions, sights and sounds after the Islanders eliminated Boston to advance to the Stanley Cup semifinal.
In a repeat of the first round, the Isles shut the door at home against a black and gold that will say it deserved to win.
Same lineup for Isles, DeBrusk back in for Bruins as Islanders get the first crack at closing out the second-round series.
Game 6 beckons with a chance for the Islanders to win a spot in the semifinal at Nassau Coliseum.
Boston’s fearless leader doubles down on the woe-is-me act, calling the referees "good guys" who "were awful."
After hanging on in Game 5, the Islanders can clinch the series back at the Coliseum in Game 6, just as they did last round.