Drafted 12th overall by the New York Islanders in 2018, Noah Dobson is a big-time prospect for the Islanders. But can he be that true number one? In his draft year, Noah Dobson not only scored 69 points in 67 games for the Acadie-Bathurst Titans, but he
by: Steven Marcus email@example.com @newsdaymarcus Updated October 22, 2018 8:15 PM — Newsday 8h
He is described as an owner who cared about his players on a personal level.
by: Chris Passarelli — Double G Sports 8h
Minority owner Charles Wang passed away over the weekend at the age of 74. Wang passed due to aggressive lung cancer, which according to reports he chose not to get treatment for. Wang recently sold majority ownership of the Islanders to Scott Malkin and.
by: Travis Flynn — SB Nation: Lighthouse Hockey 13h
A tough early schedule, power play luck may color their 3-4-0 start.
by: Kate Formica — The Hockey Writers 14h
Do you need to know how the Philadelphia Flyers can win some games this week to gain some points in the standings? This weekly preview does exactly that and it also has a prediction of how the Flyers will finish out the week.
by: Christopher Lizza — Fansided: Eyes On Isles 18h
On top of the New York Islanders to-do-list is to find a number one net minder for the next few years. Several big names have been mentioned but there are ...
HockeyBuzz.com - BD Gallof - Wang Loyal To A Fault, But There Was No Fault In His Loyalty to Long Island
by: N/A — Hockey Buzz 19h
I always have had mixed feelings on Charles Wang. He left Mike Milbury in charge far too long. So no matter the ToH's public complaints, Charles tried to cross that divide.
by: Matt Di Giacomo — Elite Sports NY 22 Oct
Charles Wang, Long Island philanthropist and minority owner of the New York Islanders, passed away at 74-years-old on Sunday morning.
by: Randi F. Marshall — Newsday 22 Oct
His legacy on Long Island is still in the making.
by: N/A — AHL: Sound Tigers 21 Oct
Steve Bernier scored twice to help the Sound Tigers battle back from an early two-goal deficit, while Devon Toews also logged his first goal of the year on Sunday.
by: Associated Press October 21, 2018 — Sports Illustrated 21 Oct
His attorney John McEntee says in an emailed statement that Wang died Sunday in Oyster Bay, New York. A cause of death was not disclosed.
by: Michel Anderson — Fansided: Eyes On Isles 21 Oct
The New York Islanders have one of the best prospects systems in the NHL. The roster might be filled with vets right now, but with the talent coming up tha...