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The New York Islanders have called up Johan Sundstrom from their farm system Sunday to several other players including Brock Nelson, Matt Donovan, John Persson, Aaron Ness, Anders Nilsson and Calvin de Haan. All will be representing the Black Aces squad.
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Mark Streit is a rarity for the New York Islanders. The veteran defenseman is one of the few players, who when given the chance to go anywhere, actually chose to play on Long Island.
Nearly five years after he signed his free-agent contract, Streit is about to wear the team's orange and blue sweater in a playoff game for the first time.
I am a die-hard New York Islanders fan and have been waiting for this for 7 years. I sat in the Stanley Cup when I was 3 years old and have bled blue and orange ever since. We are no longer the laughingstock of the NHL and Rick DiPetro is not on the roster. So there will be no need for those kind of jokes anymore.
The New York Islanders shocked everyone covering the NHL this...
Your complete guide to the Pittsburgh Penguins vs. New York Islanders 2013 First Round Playoff series. New York Islanders 2013 Regular Season Stats # POS PLAYER GP G A P +/- PIM PP SH GW 91 C JOHN TAVARES 48 28 19 47 -2 18 9 0 5 26 L MATT MOULSON 47 15 [...]
Ten hockey experts at ESPN made their first round picks today and we will start with the East.
All ten picked Pittsburgh over the New York Islanders, four picked Montreal and six picked Ottawa, five picked the Rangers and five picked the Capitals and all ten picked Boston over Toronto.
In the West, Chicago was the unanimous choice over Minnesota, it was an even split with Ducks...
Eastern Conference 1. Pittsburgh Penguins vs. 8. New York Islanders Finally the Islanders have made the playoffs. It seems after years and years of high draft picks, they have finally paid off. Led by John Tavares, the Islanders are going to have a tough time in their return to the playoffs. The Penguins are led more »
Obviously this isn't the complete history of the two teams playing against one another, but here are some key moments in Penguins/Islanders history.
That video pretty much explains the situation. The Islanders came back from a 0-3 hole to eliminate the Penguins.
The Pens were pretty much annihilated by the Islanders in the first two games...
This week marks the start of the NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs and the New York Islanders will face the Pittsburgh Penguins in the first round. The Islanders, who haven’t made the playoffs since the 2006-07 season, will have to face a red hot Pittsburgh team who outscored them 17-9 in their 5 matchups this season.
Although the Penguins have won 23 out of their last 27 games and led...