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Here's your chance to win money, while helping a good cause. At every Islanders game, you can purchase 50/50 tickets at various gates on the concourse. Half of the earnings go towards charitable causes, including the Islanders Children's Foundation, and the other half is for the winner! You can purchase tickets up until the start of the third period. During the final period, the winner will be announced in the arena and on the scoreboard.




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Affiliated Organizations

The Bridgeport Sound Tigers are the American Hockey League affiliate of the New York Islanders, while the Worcester Railers are the Islanders' ECHL affiliate. Visit and Worcester Railers for coverage of the Islanders prospects, team schedule, tickets, stats, video and much more.


Alcohol Serving and Consumption

Barclays Center and its food and beverage concessionaires have adopted an alcohol policy that is designed to protect guests and the community from alcohol-related incidents. In addition to our responsible alcohol service guidelines below, Barclays Center offers a designated driver program at most major sporting events. Guests are expected to obey all state and local laws governing the purchase, possession, and consumption of alcohol. It is illegal for anyone under the age of 21 to consume alcoholic beverages. In addition, the following items are to be noted:

  • Barclays Center reserves the right to deny entry to guests who appear to be impaired.
  • Alcoholic beverages will not be served in containers larger than 24 ounces.
  • There shall be a maximum limit of two alcoholic beverages sold to each guest, per purchase, per valid ID.
  • All guests who appear to be younger than the age of thirty (30) will be asked to show positive identification prior to being served alcoholic beverages.
  • Acceptable forms of valid United States identification are: Driver's License, Passport, United States Passport Card, State Issued I.D. Card w/ Photo, Military I.D. w/ Photo and Mexican Consular Card.
  • Barclays Center reserves the right to eject anyone under the age of 21 who is observed to be in possession of, or consuming alcohol on the premises.
  • Barclays Center and its food and beverage concessionaires will implement ongoing responsible alcohol management T.E.A.M (Techniques for Effective Alcohol Management) training sessions for its serving staff.
  • Guests must discard alcoholic beverages prior to exiting the building.


Alcohol Service Discontinuation

The sale and service of all alcoholic beverages will cease at specific times during events, at times related to the game clock or the duration of the event for all general concession areas, mini restaurants, in-seat service areas, and portable bars in accordance with the following:
Hockey: 12-minute mark of the third period
Alcohol service can also be discontinued at the discretion of management


Announcements (Birthday, Anniversary, Proposals, Etc.)

To place requests for in-game announcements during New York Islanders hockey games regarding birthdays, anniversaries, or proposals please email Your request will be forwarded to the appropriate persons.


Automated Teller Machines

There are a total of seven ATMs in Barclays Center. There are five located on the Ticketmaster Main Concourse of the arena conveniently located at all four corners of the building and one additional in the GEICO Atrium. In addition, there are two located on the Upper Pavilion.



Baby Bags/Bottles/Formula

Baby bags, plastic bottles, and formula are permitted into the building. Should the bag become an obstruction due to its size, guests may be asked to check the bag in to the Ticketmaster Main Concourse Brooklyn Marriott Guest Services Center.


Baby Changing Stations

Baby changing tables are located in every restroom throughout the arena with the exception of the restroom amenities located on the event level.


Bags/Backpacks/Large Bags/Suitcases

Bags must be 18"x14"x10" to be permitted into the building. Oversized bags, i.e. backpacks, suitcases, beach bags, etc. will be prohibited from entry into the arena.


Banners/Retired Numbers
Retired Players
Denis Potvin 5
Clark Gillies 9
Bryan Trottier 19
Mike Bossy 22
Bobby Nystrom 23
Billy Smith 31
Non-Player Banners
Al Arbour 1500
Bill Torrey "The Architect"


Barclays Center

Barclays Center is the home rink of the New York Islanders. Visit at


Billboard Lounge

Billboard Lounge is an exclusive, intimate lounge designed to enhance your entertainment experience. The intersection of music hangout and club, the space offers guests a unique opportunity to enjoy great music in an environment designed to deliver high-quality sound.



Looking for a new way to celebrate your child's next birthday? Kids can celebrate in style with ten or more of their friends and family at the coolest party in town! Your Islanders fan will receive a special birthday gift from the Islanders and get to see their name in lights on the scoreboard. Included in the top birthday party package is a high five experience with the players. Call 844.ISLES.GP or e-mail for more information.


Box Office (American Express Box Office)

Tickets and information for Barclays Center events are available online by clicking on our events and ticketing page on To purchase tickets, please visit Ticketmaster at or call 800.745.3000.


Bridgeport Sound Tigers

The Bridgeport Sound Tigers are the American Hockey League (AHL) affiliate team of the New York Islanders. For more information, or to attend a game, visit


Broadcast Information

View Schedule to see Radio Broadcast and Television Broadcasts.




Cameras with telephoto or interchangeable/detachable lenses and external flash (professional photography equipment) are not permitted inside Barclays Center at any time. Video recording devices, audio recording devices, monopods, bipods and tripods are also not permitted. Video recording on any device and/or flash photography is prohibited at all times.

This policy will be strictly enforced and management reserves the right to deny any electronic device at their discretion.


Cellular Phones

The use of cellular phones is prohibited at the Box Office, but is permitted everywhere else within the arena - providing that the use of these items does not interfere with other guests' enjoyment of the game.


Charles B. Wang Ice Hockey Project Hope

Founded by Islanders owner Charles Wang, Project Hope's ultimate goal is to provide young Chinese athletes with access to educational opportunities. Project Hope endeavors to create opportunities for cultural exchange through international youth hockey events and by promoting Project Hope scholarship placements in the United States.


Children's Foundation

See New York Islanders Children's Foundation.



Barclays Center offers a wide variety of food and beverage items for our guests' enjoyment. We are proud to offer gluten-free and kosher options. No outside food or beverages will be allowed.



Visit for the Islanders contact information.
Barclays Center Guest Services welcomes all feedback, questions, and concerns from our guests. To contact us via e-mail, contact Most e-mails will receive a return reply within 48 hours.


Credit Cards

Visa, MasterCard, American Express and the Discover Card are accepted forms of payment at all New York Islanders ticket locations and outlets. They are also accepted at merchandise stands located throughout the concourse. Credit cards are accepted at some, but not all, food concessions as a form of payment.


Customer Services

For customer service at an Islanders game, see







Only 501(c)(3) organizations may apply to receive merchandise, memorabilia, and/or monetary donations. These organizations must be operating on Long Island. Preferential consideration is applied to organizations that assist children in the areas of hockey, health, and education.




Trained Guest Services and Security personnel will ensure the security and safety of all guests, performers, and employees at Barclays Center. In the case of an emergency, guests must comply with requests from venue staff regarding arena operations and emergency response procedures.


Employment Opportunities

For employment opportunities at Barclays Center with Brooklyn Sports & Entertainment, New York Islanders, Levy Restaurants, or AEG, please visit



GEICO Atrium: Corner of Flatbush Avenue and Atlantic Avenue
EmblemHealth Atlantic Entrance: Northeast corner of arena on Atlantic Avenue
EmblemHealth Dean Entrance: Southeast corner of arena on Dean Street
Calvin Klein VIP Entrance: Northwest corner of arena on Atlantic Avenue


Entry Inspections

All guests entering the arena are subject to security screening, visual inspection, and bag inspection conducted by Barclays Center Security personnel. Security screenings are designed to detect prohibited items from entering the venue.


Executive Suites

Enjoy premier events and entertain from the comfort of a luxury suite. Barclays Center hosts premier concerts, professional boxing, college basketball, family shows, hockey, Brooklyn Nets basketball, New York Islanders hockey and more. Barclays Center offers over 90 Luxury Suites with size and price points to fit all needs. Find out more at



First Aid/Emergency Medical Technicians

Trained Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT) personnel are available to assist any guest in need at every Barclays Center event. The primary First Aid is located on the Ticketmaster Main Concourse near the Brooklyn Marriott Guest Services Center. A secondary location is on the Upper Pavilion near Section 212. In addition, Barclays Center is equipped with Automatic External Defibrillators (AED). Designated employees, including our EMT staff, have been properly trained and certified to use the AED. In the event of a medical emergency, contact a member of our Guest Services or Security staff for assistance. These devices are located at both of the First Aid locations.



Group Sales

For information regarding Group Sales Ticketing please call 844.ISLES.GP or email


Guest Courtesy

Barclays Center is committed to creating a safe, comfortable, and enjoyable entertainment experience. Please refer to our Code of Conduct.


Guest Services Center

Brooklyn Marriott Guest Services Centers are located on the Ticketmaster Main Concourse across from Section 12/112 and on the MetroPCS Upper Pavilion behind Sections 212. These centers are designed to provide information to guests with questions, concerns, or issues during Barclays Center events. In addition, Brooklyn Marriott Guest Services Centers provide assistance to guests with disabilities.




Islanders Iceworks

Located in Syosset, Islanders Iceworks is a state-of-the-art hockey complex, and the official practice facility of the New York Islanders. Iceworks offers hockey/figure skating programs for the novice to expert skater. The facility provides Long Island's most comprehensive programs for children/adults to enjoy the game of hockey, develop new skating skills and learn from the best. All Islanders practices held at Iceworks are not open to the public, unless otherwise announced. For more information, including directions, visit


Islanders Insider

Be the first to know about Islanders transactions, news and stories by signing up for Islanders Insider. When news breaks, the Islanders Communications department will send out an email blast to "Insiders" prior to posting it on our website. Islanders Insider is free, so sign up today at



Levy Restaurants

Barclays Center has an exclusive concessionaire agreement with Levy Restaurants. Levy Restaurants, founded in Chicago in 1978, is recognized as one of America's fastest growing and most critically acclaimed restaurant companies, and is the leader in premium sports and entertainment dining. Levy was recently named one of the 10 most innovative companies in sports in the world by Fast Company magazine. The company's diverse portfolio includes award-winning restaurants such as James Beard Award-winning Spiaggia in Chicago, Fulton's Crab House, Portobello and Wolfgang Puck Grand Café at Walt Disney World Resort, renowned sports and entertainment venues like Churchill Downs in Louisville, STAPLES Center in Los Angeles, and American Airlines Arena in Miami, and events including the Super Bowl, World Series, U. S. Open, Kentucky Derby, NHL and NBA All-Star Games and the GRAMMY® Awards.


Lost Children

Lost children/guests should be directed to any one of our Brooklyn Marriott Guest Services Centers, located on the Ticketmaster Main Concourse and the Upper Pavilion. The employee will immediately notify a supervisor that they have received a report of a lost / missing child, (referred to as a Code Adam), and the Supervisor in turn, will immediately notify the Security Command Center and all other Departments. Parents looking for a lost child should contact the nearest Guest Services Staff Member or Security Officer. For safety reasons Barclays Center is unable to make in-arena announcements for lost children or guests.


Lost/Stolen Tickets

For lost tickets, guests must contact their point of purchase. For stolen tickets, guests should contact local law enforcement first, then their point of purchase.




Official New York Islanders merchandise is available by visiting our pro shops in Syosset and Dix Hills, or online at


Missouri Mavericks

The Missouri Mavericks are the ECHL affiliate of the New York Islanders. For more information, or to attend a game, visit



NHL Ticket Exchange

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New York Islanders Children's Foundation

The New York Islanders Children's Foundation was created in the summer of 2003, and is dedicated to supporting Long Island-based nonprofit organizations that provide opportunities to children. The Foundation will work with children's charities that focus on the areas of health, education and youth hockey development. Funding for the Foundation is raised by our fans, through their participation in our numerous fundraising events and activities. For more information visit




The New York Islanders Hockey Club, L.P. is owned by Jon Ledecky and Scott Malkin.



Project Hope

See Charles B. Wang Ice Hockey Project Hope.


Public Transportation

The Barclays Center is one of the most accessible sports and entertainment venues in the area. Centrally located at the intersection of Atlantic and Flatbush Avenues, it is be served by New York's third-largest transportation hub. Visitors will have the option of taking nine different subway lines and the LIRR, just eight minutes from Wall Street, 18 minutes from Penn Station, and 20 minutes from Times Square or Grand Central Station. The Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges also provide easy access from Manhattan, while the Holland Tunnel is a quick drive away.

  • Trains: 2, 3, 4, 5, B, D, N, R, Q and LIRR.
  • The 2, 3, 4, 5, B, Q stop at Atlantic Ave.
  • The D, N, R stop at Atlantic Ave-Pacific St.
  • The LIRR stop is at Atlantic Terminal located on Flatbush Ave and Atlantic Ave.
  • Buses: The Flatbush/Atlantic Ave area is serviced by the B41 and B45 buses.



Radio Broadcasts

Check the New York Islanders homepage for links to hear the radio broadcast over your computer.



Restrooms are located on every level of the arena.




For safety purposes, all guests entering Barclays Center will be searched and have their belongings scanned. Barclays Center reserves the right to confiscate items which may cause danger or disruption to the event or other guests, or which are in breach of building policies and/or prohibited items. Any guest who declines to be searched may be denied entry or ejected from Barclays Center.



Smoking is not permitted in the arena at any time. The immediate area around the arena is also a non-smoking campus. Additionally, electronic smoking devices are not permitted to be used inside the building. There is no re-entry.



Team Store

Visit the Islanders Team Stores for authentic Islanders jerseys, autographed player memorabilia and game tickets. The team stores are located in Syosset and Dix Hills. Visit for directions and hours of operation.


Television Broadcasts

Join Brendan Burke and Butch Goring for local coverage of Islanders games. The broadcasts can be seen on the following stations: MSG, MSG Plus and MSG Plus 2. Several nationally televised games will be broadcasted on NBC or NBC Sports Network. Check your local listings to confirm the game-day broadcast.


Tickets/Advance Ticket Sales

Tickets for all Islanders Home Games are available for purchase at the following locations:


Tickets: Can't Make a Game?

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Tickets: Sold Out Game

Don't worry! When tickets are sold out to a game head to NHL Ticket Exchange powered by Ticketmaster, the official resale marketplace of the NHL! Get the only Islanders tickets sold by fans and verified by Ticketmaster. These are 100% authentic tickets that have your own name and personal barcodes on them. Leave the risky moves for the rink. Buy or sell with confidence at NHL Ticket Exchange!



Will Call

Will Call will be available at the Ticketmaster kiosks located in the Geico Atrium and EmblemHealth Dean Entrance. Will call is also available for pick up at the American Express Box Office located in the Geico Atrium. American Express Box Office will not accept third party will call. Please note the box office closes approximately one hour before the estimated end time of the event and will not be available to handle will call or ticketing issues.




It wouldn't be an A-Z guide without the world's most famous ice resurfacer. The Zamboni machine is named after its inventor, Frank Zamboni.