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Islanders Photos Of The Year

Some of the best Islanders photographs from the 2017-18 season

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PHOTOS: ICE Tour at New York Mets Game

The ICE Tour visited Citi Field for the Mets Family Sunday game on April 15

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Stan Fischler's Top Ten Isles Game Moments: No. 1

Stan Fischler counts down his top 10 greatest Islanders game moments

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For those of us who have followed the Islanders since their inception in 1972 -- and for those who are newer to the club -- I have an interesting game to play with you. And no matter what the result, you'll be the winner. My game is called "Picking the Top Ten Islanders Game Moments." Since The Maven has been there from the start, I can recall significant events that have contributed to the franchise's admirable legacy.

With that in mind, I have selected my personal best ten game moments over the past 46 years. On your side, fellow fan, you can agree or disagree with me but I think you'll be with me when it comes to agreeing that each contest recalled, starting with number ten, is memorable. So, here goes -- YES! YES! YES! 

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Islanders Prospect Report

Ilya Sorokin trails in KHL Final, Bellows eliminated from WHL playoffs

by Cory Wright WrightsWay / New York Islanders
BELLOWS ELIMINATED IN WHL PLAYOFFS: 

Kieffer Bellows' season came to an end on Friday, as the Portland Winterhawks were eliminated by the Everett Silvertips in the second round of the Western Hockey League playoffs. 

Everett beat Portland in five games, closing out the series with a 4-0 win. Bellows recorded four points (1G, 3A) in the five-game series. 

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Register Now for the 2018 Islanders Children's Foundation Golf Outing

Annual golf outing to take place on Sept. 11 at Bethpage State Park

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Now is the time to register for the 11th annual Islanders Children's Foundation (ICF) Golf Outing at Bethpage State Park! This year's event will take place at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 11. Islanders players, coaches and alumni will tee off with fans for a terrific cause. The ICF Golf Outing is one of the biggest events the foundation hosts and annually raises over $100,000 dollars. The golf outing allows fans and sponsors to connect with the Islanders organization during a relaxing round of golf before the players lace up their skates for the 2018-19 regular season.

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Islanders Make Big Impact in Community in 2017-18

A look back at the Islanders work in the community in the 2017-18 season

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In some ways, the New York Islanders are more than just a hockey team. 

From Bayport to Brooklyn, the Islanders are active members of the community, doing what they can off the ice to make a difference. This season, the Islanders raised over $1M this season for community initiatives through events, fundraisers and donations to the Islanders Children's Foundation. 
 
"It's nice to be a part of something bigger," Scott Mayfield said. "Sometimes we get entrenched in hockey and that's our life and our world, but at the same time there's more out there."

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Five Islanders Named To Canada for IIHF Worlds

Barzal, Bailey, Beauvillier, Eberle and Pulock to represent Canada at 2018 IIHF World Championship

by Cory Wright WrightsWay / New York Islanders

Five New York Islanders - Mathew Barzal, Anthony Beauvillier, Ryan Pulock, Jordan Eberle and Josh Bailey were named to Team Canada for the 2018 IIHF World Hockey Championship. This year's tournament takes place from May 4-20 in Denmark. 

Barzal, Bailey, Beauvillier and Pulock will play in their first World Championship, while Eberle returns for a sixth time. Barzal, Beauvillier and Eberle were an effective line for the Islanders and could very well end up playing together as a line for Canada. 

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The Bridgeport Report: Week 27

The Sound Tigers went 2-2-0 and were eliminated from playoff contention last week

by Alan Fuehring AlanFuehring / Bridgeport Sound Tigers

The Bridgeport Sound Tigers (36-29-5-3), proud AHL affiliate of the New York Islanders, collected four points in as many games last week, but fell victim to a tough Atlantic Division for the second straight year and were mathematically eliminated from Calder Cup Playoff contention. Steve Bernier (two goals, two assists) and Josh Ho-Sang (four assists) led the way with four points each, while rookie defenseman Mitch Vande Sompel also scored twice. 

The Sound Tigers opened the week with their annual Spring Fun 102 school-day game on Tuesday morning, and captured a 3-2 win against the Providence Bruins in front of 7,451 electric fans at Webster Bank Arena. Travis St. Denis netted the game-winner midway through the third period, while Casey Bailey and Kellen Jones also beat goaltender Dan Vladar. Ho-Sang added two assists and Eamon McAdam (5-2-0) made 23 saves between the pipes.

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Islanders Prospect Report

Bellows and Durandeau trail in playoff series, while Sorokin advances to KHL Final

by Cory Wright WrightsWay / New York Islanders

It's another playoff edition of the Islanders Prospect Report. Kieffer Bellows and Arnaud Durandeau both trail in their respective second round series' while Ilya Sorokin and CSKA prep for the KHL Final. Read that and more in this week's report. 

BELLOWS, PORTLAND TRAIL EVERETT 2-1: 

Kieffer Bellows and the Portland Winterhawks trail the Everett Silvertips 2-1 in the second round of the WHL playoffs. 

Bellows has three points (1G, 2A) in the first three games of the series. The Islanders 2016 first-round pick recorded a pair of assists in Portland's 5-2 win in game one, but the Winterhawks have lost two straight, a 6-0 shutout in game two and a 6-2 loss in game three. 

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Barzy, Beau and Baseball

Mat Barzal and Anthony Beauvillier played whiffle ball with Hall of Fame pitcher Pedro Martinez on Tuesday

by Cory Wright WrightsWay / New York Islanders

Anthony Beauvillier didn't play baseball growing up in Quebec and the Montreal Expos left town when he was seven. 

Despite little connection to America's pastime, Beauvillier looked like The Natural when he smashed three home runs off Hall of Fame pitcher Pedro Martinez at the MLB/NHL Network studios on Tuesday. 

Granted, they were whiffle balls and Pedro was serving up meatballs, but after Beauvillier sent a pair of shots deep to right, the crafty pitcher started changeups low and away - and one heater behind the Isles forward just to show him who owned the plate. 

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