The industry expectation for Barzal is that he will sign a bridge deal, a two-year or three-year pact around $7M per season. That would still represent a substantial raise from the $925K base pay he earned on his entry-level deal.
The New York Islanders have had many interesting players in recent seasons. Here’s a look at where one player from the 2017-2018 roster is now. Over the past ten years, New York Islanders fans have been through it all.
Back in September, yours truly wrote about the upcoming Seattle Kraken expansion draft and how it would affect the New York Islanders. With the trade of Devon Toews, things now look differently for the blue and orange.
With a long offseason, let’s take a look at some of the best trades between the New York Islanders and the Toronto Maple Leafs. This offseason is dragging on and because of it, it’s tough to come by any news.
New York Islanders forward Anthony Beauvillier had a breakout year in 2019-20. The young forward discusses the reasons behind his big year. Anthony Beauvillier had been an incredibly steaky player through his first three NHL seasons with the New York Islanders.
Watch this video of Ilya Sorokin highlights to get yourself hyped up for the 2021 season, his first in a New York Islanders sweater. For the past six years as Islanders fans, we’ve read up on the numbers and dreamed about him in an Islanders sweater.
Who will lead the Islanders in goals for 2021 this year? Last year, it was Brock Nelson with 26 goals in 68 games played. For the first time in his Islanders career, Brock Nelson was the lead goal scorer for the team.
The New York Islanders look primed to compete in the Metropolitan Division yet again due in large part to solid goaltending. Despite losing longtime netminder Thomas Greiss in free agency, the Islanders are hoping their goaltender of the future has arrived.
The Finnish Liiga has now suspended play for some time, meaning New York Islanders Otto Koivula could be headed back from loan soon. On Tuesday the Mestis league suspended play for the remainder of the calendar year.
New York Islanders Jakub Skarek’s loan spell with Mestis side Peliitat will certainly end much sooner than he (and the Isles) would have hoped. In November, New York Islanders goalie prospect Jakub Skarek was sent out on loan to former club Peliitat of the Finnish Mestis League (second division).
adidas has revealed new 2020/21 New York Islanders jerseys, which they’ve dubbed “Reverse Retro” jerseys. Check them out, because they’re awesome. The NHL Shop now has some brand new adidas jerseys in stock – the 2020/21 ‘Reverse Retro’ jerseys.
Two years ago today, the New York Islanders returned to play at the Nassau Coliseum for the first time in the regular season since 2015. It was a very emotional goodbye when the Nassau Coliseum closed its doors to the Islanders in the Spring of 2015.
The New York Islanders trio of Mathew Barzal, Ilya Sorokin, and Semyon Varlamov are shortlisted for some major end of the year awards. The 2020-21 season hasn’t started yet (nor is a start date even set) but it’s not too early for sportsbooks to set the market on major awards.
Have you ever wondered why the Islanders mascot is a dragon? Today we dive into why it’s a little weird yet still makes sense. If you’ve been to an Islanders game over the past 15 years or so you’ve likely seen Sparky the Dragon, the Isles mascot walking around or doing whatever it is that […] Islanders: Why A Dragon For The Mascot?
Almost every year there are rumors that someone will offer sheet a restricted free agent. And almost every year we don’t get one. There’s plenty of reasons why not including cap space, compensation, and fear of being put on fellow NHL GM’s “naughty list”.