Tag Archives: New York Islanders

  • Carey Price Takes Selfie With a Fan During Game vs. Isles (Video)

    Carey Price Takes Selfie With a Fan During Game vs. Isles (Video)

    Over the past couple of season, Carey Price has established himself as one of the NHL’s best goaltenders—if not the best.  And he’s done so with such a calm, cool demeanor. Take Saturday night’s game against the New York Islanders, for example.  The Montreal Canadiens came away with a 3-1 victory, thanks in large part to […]

  • Rangers’ Kevin Hayes Scores on Great Individual Effort (Video)

    Rangers’ Kevin Hayes Scores on Great Individual Effort (Video)

    The Rangers and Islanders squared off last night at the Nassau Coliseum in a hotly contested battle for top spot in the Metropolitan Division. The Rangers emerged from this hotly-contested battle with a 2-1 victory, moving them to within one point of the Isles for top spot with four games in hand. And although they […]

  • Mikhail Grabovski Knocked Out Cold by Big Hit from Eric Nystrom (Video)

    Mikhail Grabovski Knocked Out Cold by Big Hit from Eric Nystrom (Video)

    Last night the New York Islanders beat the Nashville Predators by a score of 5-2. Unfortunately, instead of celebrating a statement win over the best team in the NHL, today Islanders fans are worried after seeing skilled center Mikhail Grabovski knocked out cold by Eric Nystrom. Of course, these days when you hear that a […]

  • This Day In Sports History (February 20th) — Billy Smith

    This Day In Sports History (February 20th) — Billy Smith

    It was on this day in 1993 that the New York Islanders retired goaltender Billy Smith’s number 31.  In doing so, Smith became one of six former Islanders players to have his number retired by the organization. Billy Smith was originally drafted by the Los Angeles Kings, but in 1972 he was selected by the […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 1/6/2014 — John Tavares

    Stat Line of the Night — 1/6/2014 — John Tavares

    Had Auburn held onto its 18-point lead during last night’s BCS National Championship Game against Florida State, we’d probably be talking about Tigers running back Tre Mason and his 237 total yards and two touchdowns.  Unfortunately for him and the rest of his Auburn teammates, they couldn’t hold onto their lead and ended up losing […]

  • This Day In Sports History (May 24th) — New York Islanders

    This Day In Sports History (May 24th) — New York Islanders

    It was on this day in 1980 that the New York Islanders won their first Stanley Cup in team history.  This would begin a string of four straight Stanley Cups for the Islanders. Just before the playoffs began, general manager Bill Torrey made a controversial decision to trade away long-time Islander veterans Billy Harris and […]

  • Frozen Fisticuffs Fight Of The Night — Janssen vs. Haley — 4/3/12

    Frozen Fisticuffs Fight Of The Night — Janssen vs. Haley — 4/3/12

    With the NHL season winding down, tensions seem to be especially high, and last night that resulted in a total of six fights.  A few of those, like James Neal vs. Andrew Ference, Michael Rupp vs. Jody Shelley and Matt Frattin vs. Marcus Foligno, were worthy of a spot on the “Frozn Fisticuffs Fight of […]