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Earlier today, head coach Jack Capuano said that Al Montoya, Evgeni Nabokov, and Rick DiPietro will travel with the team on their two game road trip that begins on Thursday night against the Tampa Bay Lightning and concludes against the Florida Panthers on Saturday night.
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It was like Jack Capuano knew it was coming, and if there were any silent contemplation before his answer, it was indiscernible. "There's no question our secondary scoring, we're going to need it," the Islanders' coach said yesterday. Through four games of the season, the Islanders (3-1-0) have...
Sixteen-year NHL veteran Steve Staios has found a home on the Islanders blue line. After attending camp on a tryout, Staios signed a one-year contract and has since been paired alongsid...
John Tavares, along with his wingmen, P. A. Parenteau and Matt Moulson, are off to hot starts for the 3-1 Islanders.
Jack Capuano will not elaborate, will not speak lines that people can try to read between, and will not rationalize his decision for the court of public opinion. What the Islanders' coach will do is take action, and that's exactly what he did at the Coliseum Saturday night, when...
John Tavares’ hot streak of consecutive four point games have propelled him to the top of the NHL’s scoring leaderboards and the Islanders to at 3-1 record. His performance ...
Team Record: 3-1-0
Last Game: 4-2 W vs. NYR
Season Series: 1-0-0 of 4
Team Record: 1-3-2
Last Game: 7-4 L vs. FLA
Season Series: 0-1-0 of 4
Led by a budding young superstar, the Tampa Bay Lightning emerged as the NHL's upstart team of 2010-11, coming within one win of the Stanley Cup finals.
The New York Islanders are hoping they're ready to steal that script.
John Tavares and the Islanders try to notch their second win over Tampa Bay in eight days as they open their road schedule Thursday night, with the sputtering...
The New York Islanders had the luxury of playing in Uniondale for their first four games of the season and will hit the road for the first time tonight against the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Defense is the key to ending losing skid.
The Devils' Martin Brodeur will miss 7-10 days with a shoulder injury, while Rick DiPietro resumes practicing with the Islanders and Henrik Lundqvist carries the Rangers to victory in Vancouver.