The New York Islanders need goaltending support in 2018-19. Thomas Greiss will still be around next season, having him as a backup could return him to form. In 2017 the New York Islanders signed goaltender Thomas Greiss to a three-year deal worth $10
by: Michel Anderson — Fansided: Eyes On Isles 2h
The New York Islanders need goaltending support in 2018-19. Thomas Greiss will still be around next season, having him as a backup could return him to form...
HockeyBuzz.com - Jan Levine - Quinn hiring made official today, Lamoriello to NYI, Kane re-ups w/ SJ
by: N/A — Hockey Buzz 2h
Quinn reportedly was offered the job a few weeks ago but originally turned it down as it appeared he wanted to stay at Boston University. What should New York expect from Quinn.
by: Joe Pantorno — Metro News 4h
The Islanders have a new president of hockey operations and he'll have to hit the ground running to save the franchise.
by: Greg Boysen — The Hockey Writers 4h
Last week, TSN's Scott Cullen broke down what went wrong for the Chicago Blackhawks this season and offered some moves general manager Stan Bowman might make to improve the team. Here are some thoughts on his suggestions.
by: Dan Saraceni — SB Nation: Lighthouse Hockey 5h
Mike and Dan are in a glass case of emotion as they react to the news that Lou Lamoriello is now running the Islanders.
by: Josh Gold-Smith — The Score 6h
Mark Hunter insists he hasn't discussed the possibility of joining the Islanders with Lou Lamoriello, the former Toronto Maple Leafs GM who was named New York's president of hockey operations Tuesday.“Isn’t it quick how people want to (make those...
by: The Canadian Press — TSN 6h
The NFL has awarded future Super Bowls to Arizona and New Orleans. The decision was made Wednesday at the league's annual spring meeting in Atlanta, which will host the 2019 Super Bowl at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
by: Matt Di Giacomo — Elite Sports NY 9h
Brandon Davidson arrived to the New York Islanders as a surprise acquisition at the trade deadline and appeared in 15 games to end the season.
by: N/A — SNY: NYI Point Blank 17h
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by: Dominik — SB Nation: Lighthouse Hockey 17h
In which the new boss says several things Islanders fans want to hear
by: Matt Di Giacomo — Elite Sports NY 18h
On Tuesday morning, the New York Islanders officially welcomed Lou Lamoriello as the team's new president of hockey operations and made it clear that he will have full authority over all hockey matters.
by: Islanders Insight — Yes! Islanders 18h
Lou Lamoriello is in as the New York Islanders President of Hockey Operations. Great. Now what? Here’s his “To Do” list. With a 35-37-10 record, the New York Islanders missed the playoffs by 17 points this season. It was the second time in two seasons