Found April 30, 2012 on Puck Drunk Love:
(NY Islanders Barclays Center's Seating Chart thanks to the blog - Islanders Point Blank)In a press conference earlier today, the relatively newly minted Brooklyn Nets revealed the new logos for the team. In the event, the franchise's CEO Brett Yormark explained the origin of the logo and had plenty of early merchandise for sale behind him. The excitement for the team to get started in the new arena is at an all time high. But as the NBA franchise begins to settle into their new home, there are plenty of New Yorkers that are wondering - will the New York Islanders be their roommates? Arena developer Bruce Ratner hopes so. It isn't a secret that Ratner has expressed his seal of approval for the hockey move. He has declared that the state-of-the-art arena is easily capable to host both basketball and hockey games. The first test to prove this statement will be in September, as the Islanders will be playing the New Jersey Devils at the arena in a preseason game. If there...

Islanders set for ugly divorce

The divorce proceeding has begun. Already, it has been predictably ugly. And the dissolution of this marriage promises to get much worse before the New York Islanders and Nassau County walk away from each other. The tenuous relationship between franchise and municipality may have been permanently fissured with Town of Hempstead supervisor Kate Murray's comments to Newsday reporter...

Islanders still have work to do

The Islanders missed the playoffs for the fifth straight year this season and once again head into the offseason questioning what went wrong. While the team remained in the playoff picture up until March, it wasn’t the sexiest way of doing so. Another slow start put head coach Jack Capuano on the hot seat, but saw things cool down as the team strung some wins together and climbed...
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