The Islanders held their first Do It For Daron night on January 5th, 2018 when they played against the Penguins. Put together by Luke Richardson after his daughter passed away from suicide in 2010, the night helped raise awareness and money for the movement. While the Islanders might have lost on the ice, their help … Continue reading Mental Health Night at Barclays
The New York Islanders are heading back to Long Island but this time, they’ll be playing at Belmont instead of at the old Coliseum. Governor Cuomo made the announcement on Wednesday at the Islanders press conference. The Islanders won a bidding contest to build an 18,000-seat arena on the Belmont race track, construction will begin … Continue reading The Islanders Are Coming Home
It seems like hockey in Seattle is finally in the works. Last week it was announced by Gary Bettman that the NHL has allowed the city of Seattle to submit an application for an expansion team. But, what does that mean? For those who don’t know, that just means that the governorof Seattle can now … Continue reading Hockey In Seattle: An Update
The National Hockey League celebrated its 100th birthday this past weekend and we couldn’t be more excited! All of us have special moments when it comes to the league. Whether your favorite moment includes getting your favorite player’s jersey, meeting some players after a game, or even just watching a game with your friends, hockey … Continue reading It’s More Than Just a Game
When it comes to players' contracts, it can be hard for a fan to avoid thinking about them. If you’ve been paying attention to the Islanders or John Tavares, or just so happen to be a hockey fan, you may already know that he’s currently in the last year of his contract. With no hints … Continue reading Will He Stay or Will He Go?
With the third season of the NWHL underway, rumors of the league expanding are nothing new. But with the amount of growth the league has done in the last couple of years, it’s hard not to speculate when or if the league will expand. Here’s my take on it. Why now? Well, the simple answer … Continue reading Is an NWHL Expansion Possible?
If you’re like most people, there’s a decent chance you’ve written off the Carolina Hurricanes in recent years. Not only have they missed the playoffs for the last eight seasons, officially making it the longest playoff drought in history, but they also haven’t shown what they’re capable of. First thing's first, Ron Francis has the … Continue reading Pay Attention to the Hurricanes