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Rangers’ schedule is a big thank-you from the NHLOttawa Senators v New York Rangers - Game Four

Thu, 22 Jun 2017 18:57:46 -0400

The Rangers open the season at home, close the season on the road and have 11 back-to-back games, the fewest of any team in the Eastern Conference. Guess that’s what you get for participating in the Winter Classic. The Blueshirts’ 91st regular-season schedule, which was announced Thursday, seemed almost palatable compared with last season’s grind....


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Islanders swing big trade for proven Oilers scorerEberleStrome

Thu, 22 Jun 2017 12:51:27 -0400

The first return is back, and it’s a good one. Islanders general manager Garth Snow traded away a ton to the Vegas Golden Knights at Wednesday’s expansion draft, all to keep some prime assets and clear salary-cap space. Snow immediately took advantage of that Thursday morning by trading underachieving forward Ryan Strome to the Oilers...


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Islanders pay a ransom to Vegas to protect their futureNew York Islanders Memorial Service For Al Arbour

Thu, 22 Jun 2017 03:40:04 -0400

Garth Snow has pulled the arrow back, and where it lands will be a determining factor not just for this year’s Islanders, but for the future of the franchise. The general manager traded a bushel to the Vegas Golden Knights during Wednesday night’s expansion draft in order to retain prime assets as well as to...


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New York public will have a say in new Islanders arenaIslanders-Capitals

Wed, 21 Jun 2017 18:48:31 -0400

Once again the public is going to get a say on a new Islanders arena. The club hopes this time it works out better than the last. There will be a public hearing at Elmont Public Library on July 10 so residents can chime in with their opinions about an upcoming redevelopment project at Belmont...


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Islanders owners looking to sell 15% stake, can’t find any takersIslanders, Tampa

Mon, 19 Jun 2017 23:05:13 -0400

The owners of the New York Islanders have been trying to sell a minority stake in the NHL club for months — but have not had any luck, The Post has learned. The owners, Jon Ledecky and Scott Malkin, are looking to sell a 15 percent stake at a $500 million valuation, three sources close...


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Islanders’ protected players list could signal deal is in the worksNew York Islanders v Chicago Blackhawks

Sun, 18 Jun 2017 18:29:11 -0400

With the Islanders stockpiling young talent for a decade, they now have run into a moderate problem — and it could end up costing them a high draft pick. Every NHL team had their lists of protected players for the expansion draft released on Saturday, and the nine players the Islanders included left them with...


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The 25 New York sports stories that will capture you this summer170617-odell-carmelo-thor-feature-image

Sat, 17 Jun 2017 22:33:16 -0400

Summer in the city. … You could be crawling on the Cross Bronx Expressway interrupted by the sight of a battered baseball still orbiting off the bat of Aaron Judge. Or a newsflash that the Mets have suffered yet another disheartening, disabling injury. There can be tempers flaring at a packed Red Bulls-NYCFC game, or...


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Remembering the worst trades ever by New York teams170617-vac-three-split-feature-image

Sat, 17 Jun 2017 19:03:40 -0400

It’s an interesting week to ponder how perilous the world of the sports transaction can be. We celebrated — maybe that’s the wrong word — the 40th anniversary of the Tom Seaver deal this week, and Daniel Murphy (yes, I know, that wasn’t a trade) paid a visit to Queens this weekend. The Nets will...


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Islanders will get one game at Nassau ColiseumIslanders

Thu, 15 Jun 2017 12:13:20 -0400

The Islanders are returning to the Coliseum — for one preseason game. The team announced Thursday they will open their preseason Sept. 17 by playing host to the Flyers at NYCB Live, home of the newly refurbished Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, for a Sunday 1.pm. matinee. Tickets go on sale June 29 (earlier for season-ticket...


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Even the Islanders’ preseason doesn’t have a clear homeIce Removed From Nassau Coliseum

Tue, 13 Jun 2017 18:00:44 -0400

It’s unknown exactly where the Islanders will play home games in the future, but they are getting out of Brooklyn’s Barclays Center at least once this preseason. The Islanders will play host to the Rangers for an exhibition at Webster Bank Arena in Bridgeport, Conn., on Sept. 22. The arena is the home of the...


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There’s enough intrigue this summer to rattle the whole NHLPittsburgh Penguins v Washington Capitals - Game Seven

Tue, 13 Jun 2017 13:28:18 -0400

Now begins the long wait for real games to start again. Sidney Crosby and the Penguins successfully defended their Stanley Cup by taking a Game 6 victory over the Predators on Sunday night. But the NHL hardly has gone into sleep mode just yet, with a very busy couple weeks coming up that will significantly...


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Islanders won’t play games at Nassau Coliseum despite lease dealBESTPIX Ice Removed From Nassau Coliseum

Tue, 30 May 2017 23:15:52 -0400

In what seemed an inevitability, the Islanders are not going to play six games at the refurbished Nassau Coliseum next season, NHL Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly wrote in an email to The Post on Tuesday night. This comes despite a clause in the lease agreement between developer Bruce Ratner and the county that promises four...


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Doug Weight finds what he’s looking for in former Isles rivalOttawa Senators vs. NJ Devils

Tue, 30 May 2017 16:09:42 -0400

Islanders head coach Doug Weight continued to do things his own way, officially hiring former Devils and Rangers star Scott Gomez to join his staff Tuesday. The decision might be a little outside the box — Gomez has no professional coaching experience — but it has been in the making for a while. It continued Weight’s...


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Inside Doug Weight’s thinking to remake Islanders’ coaching staffIslanders Weight Hockey

Tue, 23 May 2017 20:37:49 -0400

It was during that slog of a franchise-record nine-game road trip from late January into February when Doug Weight, the Islanders’ interim head coach, realized he needed help. Just over a month into his tenure, Weight was trying to do everything. While making room for individual meetings with his young group, he cut short his...


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Coughlin over Parcells? Ranking best coaches in NY sports historyCoaches 2

Sat, 20 May 2017 22:11:01 -0400

There are few managers or coaches in recent memory who have gotten the town talking the way Terry Collins has, and does, sometimes in good ways, often in bad ways, always in interesting ways. Saturday, he managed the 1,013th game of his tenure as a Met, one more than Davey Johnson — and maybe a...


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Why the future of USA hockey is so brightUSA v Finland - 2017 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship - Quarter Final

Fri, 19 May 2017 12:32:12 -0400

American hockey is in good hands. Despite our young Yankees’ disappointing 2-0 loss to Finland in the quarterfinals of the World Championships on Thursday in Germany, signs of promise abound. Mostly, that lies in the youth on the roster, a lot of it localized. The Rangers sent Brady Skjei, 23, and Kevin Hayes, 25, both of whom...


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These Instagram ‘likes’ about Hillary Clinton have an Isles goalie in hot waterBoston Bruins v New York Islanders

Fri, 12 May 2017 22:48:56 -0400

Islanders goalie Thomas Greiss has apologized after he reportedly caused an outrage in Germany when it was discovered that he “liked” an Instagram post comparing Hillary Clinton to Adolf Hitler. Griess issued the apology through his team after complaints from the German hockey federation — who Greiss is currently competing for during a tournament in...


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This is your chance to own a Stanley Cup Championship ringHockey NHL Stanley Cup '83 Islanders vs Oilers

Thu, 27 Apr 2017 15:27:47 -0400

Four Stanley Cup rings – owned by the Islanders team lawyer during their unprecedented run of glory – go under an auctioneer’s hammer Monday in Manhattan. The Championship bling, from 1980, 1981, 1982 and 1983 all have engraved words “Stanley Cup Champions” and “Frease” – for the rings’ appropriately named owner, Belden Frease, according to...


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Islanders’ decision to keep Doug Weight saves Garth SnowIslanders 2

Sun, 16 Apr 2017 00:55:02 -0400

Maybe Doug Weight, who has been an important part of the Islanders’ front office since 2011-12, is destined to become the franchise’s next Al Arbour. Maybe the 40 games he coached — perhaps coaxing the team to a 24-12-4 record and a shot at finishing eighth in the East following a shipwreck first half under...


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What will it take to disrupt the lackluster Islanders status quo?IslesSnow

Wed, 12 Apr 2017 15:30:16 -0400

It’s apparent day after day and year after year that the Islanders operate in their own bubble, and the surrounding world of the NHL has little impact on how they operate. Sometimes, that’s a positive. Often, it’s not. It’s an outlook and an attitude they created out of the idea that they get no respect....


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