As the New York Islanders get set to move to Brooklyn next season, the organization has renewed confidence heading to the 2015-2016 season after making the playoffs last season. The roster has accumulated both high end talent and depth and the system is flush with talent. The Islanders will contend in a competitive division that saw the Columbus Blue Jackets, Pittsburgh Penguins, and Washington Capitals all make major offseason acquisitions. The Islanders should be right in the thick of things in what will be an intriguing race to watch. Read more»
The New York Islanders finished the 2014-2015 season with a 47-28-7 record, giving them 101 points—good enough to finish third in the Metropolitan Division. Facing off against the Washington Capitals in the first round, the Islanders lost in Game 7 of what was a competitive back-and-forth series. Read more»
The New York Islanders returned to the playoffs this season in large part due to the development of their young players. Recent prospects Ryan Strome, Anders Lee, Calvin de Haan, and Brock Nelson amongst others have all played a big role for the Islanders on their Stanley Cup quest. Reinforcements look to be coming in the near future. Griffin Reinhart is the Islanders’ Top Defensive Prospect for a 3rd consecutive year and Michael Dal Colle is the Prospect of the Year. Read more»
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