RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

New York Islanders

A collection of news and information related to New York Islanders published by this site and its partners.

Top New York Islanders Articles

Displaying items 78-88
  • What we learned from the Ducks' 3-2 victory over the Islanders

    What we learned from the Ducks' 3-2 victory over the Islanders
    What we learned from the Ducks’ 3-2 victory over the New York Islanders on Saturday: All business They didn’t make a big deal about clinching a playoff berth, and players claimed they hadn’t known that the two points secured the...
  • No way to cover up illegal violent hits from NHL's safety 'police'

    No way to cover up illegal violent hits from NHL's safety 'police'
    NEW YORK — Andrew Shaw's head suddenly jerked forward, and Brock Nelson's snapped back. About 800 miles from the United Center, in a room mostly illuminated by a bank of high-definition television screens and 12 computer monitors, a voice rose...
  • Ducks' Cam Fowler gets reminder not to get too comfortable

    Ducks' Cam Fowler gets reminder not to get too comfortable
    Defenseman Cam Fowler didn't look for excuses when he was a healthy scratch Tuesday for the first time in his NHL career. He looked in the mirror. "I think I had kind of fallen into a habit of kind of letting the game come to me instead of being...
  • Kings newcomer Andrej Sekera contributes much to current success

    Kings newcomer Andrej Sekera contributes much to current success
    Multiple-choice time: Reasons why the Kings are surging, on a three-game winning streak, and with just one road loss (in overtime) in their last seven games. A) Anze Kopitar. B) Jonathan Quick. C) Andrej Sekera. D) All of the above Answer: D....
  • Kings beat Islanders for a New York-area sweep

    Kings beat Islanders for a New York-area sweep
    Kings center Anze Kopitar and his linemates put on something of a clinic in the offensive zone, an impressive show of possession late in the third period. Such a stretch of domination often results in a goal, via the Kopitar-Marian Gaborik connection....
  • Takeaways from the Kings' 3-2 win over the New York Islanders

    Takeaways from the Kings' 3-2 win over the New York Islanders
    A few more takeaways from the Last Waltz at Nassau Coliseum. Thursday night’s 3-2 win¬†against the Islanders will go down as the Kings’ final regular-season appearance at the old barn. The Islanders are moving to Brooklyn next season....
  • Kings' Tanner Pearson might be returning soon from broken leg injury

    Kings' Tanner Pearson might be returning soon from broken leg injury
    This was the scene of Tanner Pearson's breakthrough individual moment last season: his first NHL goal. The Kings' left wing laughed and said he still didn't know whether the puck had crossed the goal line that night in Long Island on Nov. 14....
  • FBI investigating threats against Islanders' Nick Leddy

    FBI investigating threats against Islanders' Nick Leddy
    UNIONDALE, N.Y. -- The FBI is investigating social media threats made against New York Islanders defenseman Nick Leddy. FBI spokesman J. Peter Donald confirmed the investigation in an email Wednesday to The Associated Press. Islanders' spokesman...
  • Mike Richards, recalled by Kings, practices ahead of Devils game

     Mike Richards, recalled by Kings, practices ahead of Devils game
    For center Mike Richards, the most difficult part was the uncertainty when the Kings put him on waivers in late January. How long would he be gone? Or would he come back? Those questions were eventually answered when he received a phone call...
  • Flyers' Timonen willing to take risk to end his career on skates

    PHILADELPHIA — In the end, it came down to Kimmo Timonen wanting to leave the game with his skates on. So, when he had to decide whether to return to action with the Flyers despite a blood disorder which leaves him with clots still in his leg,...
  • Ducks can afford to scratch players because of roster depth

    Ducks can afford to scratch players because of roster depth
    The six trades the Ducks made before the NHL trade deadline this month have left Coach Bruce Boudreau to scratch players who would've been a constant presence a month ago. The benefit to that is how those temporarily benched players perform when they...