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Empire State Debate: The Rookies — Anders Lee vs. Kevin Hayes

The Islanders and Rangers have dominated the New York sports scene this year. Beat writers Nicholas Coll and Jesse Hartmann argue the merits of the two hottest rookies in town: Anders Lee and Kevin Hayes. The post Empire State Debate: The Rookies — Anders Lee vs. Kevin Hayes appeared first on Along the Boards.
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Anders Lee Making a Case for Calder Trophy

At the beginning of the season, many people had Jonathan Drouin and Aaron Ekblad as favorites to win the Calder trophy. And while at least one of those players should still be considered a candidate, Anders Lee, 24, of our very own New York Islanders has given himself a chance as well. At the start of the season, Lee did not crack the NHL roster. Yet, six games into the season, the...
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March 03, 2015  |  Discuss

Islanders Insight’s Top Shelf: 2|19|15

Could the New York Islanders have discovered another diamond in the rough? It sure looks like it. Anders Lee, a former sixth-round draft choice, seems to be making a strong case for himself in the discussion for this season’s Calder Trophy in less than a month’s time. Playing alongside captain John Tavares, Lee has compiled an impressive 17 points over the Islanders’ nine...
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February 19, 2015  |  Discuss

Week 18 Fantasy Hockey Waiver Wire; Anders Lee

Fantasy Hockey Waiver Wire; Anders Lee Four-game stream options for Week 18 of the Fantasy Hockey season are endless as 18 teams are scheduled to hit the ice at least four times, with the New York Islanders slated to play five games during the week. Every team not named the Arizona Coyotes, play at least three games. Instead of suggesting a player from each squad playing four games...
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February 16, 2015  |  Discuss

Islanders ‘General Lee’ Running On Full Tank

When the Isles took the ice against the Carolina Hurricanes for their first game this season on October 10th, there were many young players on their roster to get excited about. John Tavares, Kyle Okposo, Brock Nelson, Ryan Strome, Travis Hamonic and newly acquired Nick Leddy and Johnny Boychuk were just a half-dozen of the players that Islanders management and their fans were hoping...
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February 13, 2015  |  Discuss

Anders Lee wears name tag for Shannon Hogan

MSG Networks reporter Shannon Hogan experienced a very embarrassing moment earlier this week when she forgot the name of a New York Islanders player she was interviewing. On Wednesday night, Anders Lee came prepared. The 24-year old center, who was the forgotten one for Hogan, wore a stick-on name tag that read “Hello, my name...Read More
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January 01, 2015  |  Discuss

Islanders Reporter Forgets Player’s Name During Interview, Plays It Off Well (Video)

New York Islanders reporter Shannon Hogan lived out every reporter’s worst nightmare Monday night. While reporting during the first intermission of the Islanders-Capitals game, The Madison Square Garden Network reporter forgot the name of the player she was interviewing. This embed is invalid" /> Hogan played it off by saying she was “just joking...
December 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Reporter Shannon Hogan forgot Anders Lee’s name (Video)

A surprisingly successful season continued for the New York Islanders on Monday night as they came away with an overtime victory over the Washington Capitals. We’ll talk more about that after we discuss the painfully awkward exchange that took place between MSG Networks reporter Shannon Hogan and a player. Hogan caught up with Islanders center...Read More
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December 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Islanders reporter forgets name of Islanders player

Yikes! A reporter's worst nightmare. #Isles — Greg Balloch (@GregBallochST) December 30, 2014 I must confess that I’m no good with names, so I have quite a bit of sympathy for MSG Islanders reporter Shannon Hogan.  While getting ready to interview Anders Lee at the first intermission she forgot his name.  She did well to try to play it off though...
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December 30, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: Islanders reporter forgets player's name during interview

This awkward video clip comes from the first intermission of Monday night’s Islanders-Capitals game in New York and features an Islanders reporter forgetting a very crucial piece of information for her interview with forward Anders Lee. MSG’s Shannon Hogan had Lee’s name slip her mind as she began her interview, leading to a very awkward Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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December 29, 2014  |  Discuss

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