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The Islanders and the Impossible

From the Broken Lighthouse Project to Breaking the Penguins

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“Kansas City, home of the Islanders.”
“Seattle, home of the Islanders.”
“Hartford, home of the Islanders.”
“Quebec, home of the Islanders.”

Nassau Coliseum, not home of the Islanders.

It is 2009, and that is all we know of the Islanders future. Continue reading

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Rangers Shut Out The Rival Islanders 1-0 and Officially Put Henrik Lundqvist Back On The Vezina Award Trail

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Dan Girardi scored 3:11 into overtime at the Nassau Coliseum and the Rangers defeated the rival, New York Islanders 1-0, Saturday night.

Both goalies were great in the matchup, with Henrik Lundqvist coming out on top for his first shutout of the season. Continue reading

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NHL 2013 Season Preview: Part 1 – The Route to the Stanley Cup

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The NHL season has finally arrived…only 3 months late.  A short season allows for some crazy things to happen in the standings.  Here are my conference predictions for the East and the West.

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