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Third line gets Isles first win in Tampa

How about we call them the “Prince and the Revolution” line. … Full Article

On to Tampa for drought-killing Isles

When it was all over late Sunday night, after nearly every one of the 15,795 witnesses to the Islanders’ historic feat at Downtown’s Barclays Center had poured out onto Atlantic and Flatbush avenues, Matt Martin could finally come clean. … Full Article

Finally! Islanders advance to second round for first time since 1993

The Barclays Center crowd was roaring during pregame introductions and through the early minutes of the game. … Full Article

Panthers draw even with ‘one-line’ Isles

The New York Islanders’ 23-year drought without a playoff series win will doubtlessly continue on into the 2016-17 season, unless they find a way to get more production from any line not featuring John Tavares, Kyle Okposo and Frans Nielsen. … Full Article

Islanders halfway home entering Game 4

Thomas Hickey felt it, and so did the rest of the New York Islanders. … Full Article

Islanders' drought must end right here, right now

Do you remember where you were the last time the New York Islanders won a playoff series? I do. … Full Article

Rookie Gibson helps Isles clinch playoff spot

The New York Islanders wanted no part of “backing into” the playoffs in their first season here in Downtown Brooklyn. … Full Article

Islanders close in on playoff clincher

During his five-plus seasons as head coach of the New York Islanders, Jack Capuano had never resorted to calling out individual players for his team’s shortcomings.  … Full Article

‘Greasy’ win moves Isles closer to playoffs

Thomas Greiss got the “monkey” off his back. Kyle Okposo provided “points in the bank,” despite complaining about some choppy ice at Downtown’s Barclays Center. And head coach Jack Capuano called the game-tying goal “greasy.” … Full Article

Whew! Isles relieved after topping Sens

The doubt that was beginning to creep its way into the New York Islanders’ locker room was extinguished — for one night, at least — by a 24-year-old rookie goaltender, who readily admitted that the biggest save of his budding NHL career wasn’t really a save at all. … Full Article

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