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The New York Islanders gave up the most shots (35.6 per game) and goals (293) in the league on their way to missing the playoffs for a second straight season in 2017-18. … Full Article

John Tavares leaves Islanders, heads home to Toronto

John Tavares needed to post only one picture on his Twitter account to explain the grip the Maple Leafs have had on him since he was a youngster growing up in suburban Toronto. … Full Article

Isles must endure courtship of Tavares

John Tavares has officially received his Hall Pass. Now, the New York Islanders must wait and see what he does with it. … Full Article

Islanders’ Barzal named NHL’s top rookie

Mathew Barzal’s breakout first season in Downtown Brooklyn has been justly rewarded. … Full Article

Islanders hire Barry Trotz

Barry Trotz is going from lifting the Stanley Cup two weeks ago to trying to lift the New York Islanders back to their former glory. … Full Article

Lamoriello adds former Devils VP Pellegrini to Islanders front office

Lou Lamoriello is getting the band back together. … Full Article

Isles’ coaching search begins after firings

Lou Lamoriello spent a couple of weeks sizing up the Islanders’ organization after being named the struggling franchise’s president of Hockey Operations on May 22. The Hall of Fame executive was impressed enough with the scouting department to keep it intact.  … Full Article

Islanders relieve Weight, Snow of duties as Lamoriello takes command

Lou Lamoriello made Garth Snow and Doug Weight walk the plank. … Full Article

Lamoriello speaks of Isles’ return to glory

Lou Lamoriello was still the head coach/athletic director at Providence College when Denis Potvin hoisted the last of the Islanders’ four consecutive Stanley Cups while skating around the Nassau Coliseum. … Full Article

Lamoriello on board to save Isles’ sinking ship

“O Captain! my Captain! our fearful trip is done, The ship has weather’d every rack, the prize we sought is won.”
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Islanders stay busy while waiting for Tavares

The Islanders’ ultra-productive second line of Mathew Barzal, Anthony Beauvillier and Jordan Eberle is clicking for Team Canada at the World Championships in Denmark. … Full Article

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