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Islanders' 'Yes!' chant included in EA Sports' 'NHL 16'

The New York Islanders' signature "Yes!" chant will be an audible part of EA Sports' "NHL 16" video game, which will be released in September.The fans' repetitive one-word salute can be heard in the video game after an Islanders' goal at Barclays Center. The "Yes!" chant is also audible after a New York victory, with members of the club skating toward center ice to celebrate.The...
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Islanders' Song aids in Beijing's bid for 2022 Winter Games

New York Islanders draft pick Andong Song did his best to help bring China its first Winter Olympic Games.Song, 18, worked as an ambassador to aid in Beijing's bid to host the 2022 Winter Olympics, which came to fruition on Friday morning. The news comes one month after the 6-foot, 161-pound defenseman became the first Chinese-born player to be drafted into the NHL when New York...
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Islanders Insight Top Shelf: No News is Good News, Right? (7/29/15)

Islanders Insight Top Shelf: No News is Good News Every time there’s a trade, especially in the Metropolitan Division, Islander fans get in a tizzy. Most years, this would be understandable. This offseason is different – the coaches and management are showing faith in their roster and you should, too. While there’s still time for General Manager Garth Snow to make a move...
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Report: Lubomir Visnovsky may start the year in Europe

Lubomir Visnovsky is currently lacking an NHL contract and is reportedly considering a move to Europe for the start of the 2015-16 season. The 38-year-old defenseman is coming off a two-year, $9.5 million contract with the New York Islanders, but the team has made it known they’re looking toward younger defenseman moving forward. That leaves Visnovsky on the outside and he may...
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Islanders Insight Top Shelf: Isles Make Prime Time (7/28/15)

Islanders Insight Top Shelf: Isles Make Prime Time Though the Islanders did play on NBCSN twice last year, they were not on the schedule when it was released at this time last year. For the upcoming season, the Islanders will be on national television for the following games: The following 2015-16 #Isles games can be seen nationally on @NBCSN: 11/25 vs. PHI 12/2 vs. NYR 2/4 @ WSH...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Islanders On NBCSN Five Times For 2015-16

When NBCSN releasing their 2015-16 broadcast schedule for the upcoming season is news that gets fans really talking and interacting on social media, you know that things are extremely quiet in terms of hockey journalism. It’s too early for season predictions. Too early to pick a speculative Stanley Cup champion. Too early to make fantasy picks. Too early to project lines or starting...
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New York Islanders made a wise investment resigning Anders Lee

The New York Islanders re-signed forward Anders Lee back in June to a 4-year, $3.75 million per year contract. Lee was a rookie at the age of 24 this past season, and put up impressive numbers. For example, he racked up 25 goals and had 41 overall points in 76 games, which resulted in him being ranked fourth among rookies in scoring for the 2014-15 season. While many fans found his...
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Islanders' Bailey reels in success on, off ice

New York Islanders left wing Josh Bailey enjoyed a career year on the ice and continued his good fortune by getting married earlier this month.Now with respect to his wife Megan, the 25-year-old Bailey has long been in love with fishing due to his days at his family's cottage in Bowmanville, Ontario. Although Bailey celebrated reeling in a barracuda and a four-pound bass while on...
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New York Islanders have a bright future in Brooklyn

With the upcoming 2015-16 NHL season comes a significant change for the New York Islanders’ franchise. The Islanders have known one home since their establishment in 1972, and that was the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, based in Uniondale, New York. While the Islanders have not seen success as of late, they have a storied past which includes arguably one of the most dominant...
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The Islanders are finally done paying Alexei Yashin

The story has become infamous. The New York Islanders acquired star forward Alexei Yashin in 2001 at an amazingly high cost, trading future Norris Trophy winner Zdeno Chara, the 2011 second overall pick (which turned out to be Jason Spezza) and Bill Muckalt for the Russian forward. If dealing those youngsters wasn’t enough, New York general manager Mike Milbury inked Yashin to...
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June 16, 2015  |  Discuss

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