New YorkIslanders

  • 2nd in Metropolitan Division

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    Island Exit

    The Islanders have been eliminated and the 'jerks' are the first team to advance. Plus, there is another Game 7 on tap and two Game 6s to look forward to.
    Island Exit

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      Squared Up

      The Bruins and Avs squared their respective series at two wins apiece. Plus, can the Islanders stave off elimination in Carolina?
      Squared Up

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        Lonely Island

        The magic is running out for the Islanders as they trail the Hurricanes 3-0 in their series. Plus, Don recaps a win for the Stars as they square things up with the Blues.
        Lonely Island

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          Bad Guy Brad?

          The tempers are picking up between the Blue Jackets and Bruins. Plus, Brad Marchand plays the role of 'bad guy' and the Islanders try to get on the board against the 'Canes.
          Bad Guy Brad?

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            Carolina Crush

            The Hurricanes lead the Islanders 2-0 in their series, can the Isles battle back? Plus, a debate about video review and E.J. Hradek from the NHL Network joins Don La Greca.
            Carolina Crush

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              Apparently The Regular Season Is Irrelevant In The NHL

              While the opening round of the NBA playoffs so far could have been blindly simulated, chaos is governing the ice. Ranked dead last in early January, the St. Louis Blues completed arguably the greatest midseason U-turn in NHL history by advancing to the conference semifinals. And that's probably just the third-most-surprising storyline of this young postseason. Tampa Bay and Calgary, the top seeds in each conference, survived less than two weeks, combining to win a single game. Never before had the President's Trophy-winning team been swept. Never before had the top seeds both been eliminated in the opening round. It has already seemed like "the year of the underdog" in the 2019 Stanley Cup playoffs. But unlike its hardcourt brethren, the NHL is accustomed to things not going to plan in the "second season." So how does this postseason stack up against years past? Using the archived money lines at , we can decipher a team's implied probability of advancing and use that to rank the wildest opening rounds in Stanley Cup history. After marauding the league during the regular season, the Tampa Bay Lightning were installed as 1-to-4 favorites going into their series with the Columbus Blue Jackets. Jon Cooper's outfit won the President's Trophy behind 128 points and 62 regular-season wins, which tied for the most ever. Tampa was the league's highest-scoring team by a generous margin, spearheaded...
              Apparently The Regular Season Is Irrelevant In The NHL

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                Trotz: Doing their job

                Islanders HC Barry Trotz says this year's success has been due to the players coming together as a team and just doing their jobs.
                Trotz: Doing their job

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                  Take out the brooms

                  The Islanders and Blue Jackets are both moving on by way of sweep. Islanders broadcaster Brendan Burke and Jody Shelley of the Blue Jackets broadcast crew stop by to discuss!
                  Take out the brooms