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Greiss Wins Save Of The Year

Thomas Greiss' spectacular saves against Carolina win the #IslesAwards Save of the Year

by New York Islanders @NYIslanders / New York Islanders

Congratulations to Thomas Greiss for winning the #IslesAwards Save of the Year for his terrific three save sequence against the Carolina Hurricanes.

Stay tuned for the next installment of #IslesAwards this week as you vote for the goal of the year.

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Barzal With Two Points at Memorial Cup

Barzal has two assists as Seattle looks for first win at junior tournament

by Cory Wright WrightsWay / New York Islanders

Mathew Barzal and the Seattle Thunderbirds are looking for their first win at the 2017 Memorial Cup. 

Barzal and the T-Birds are 0-2 after losing 4-2 to the Erie Otters on Saturday afternoon and 7-1 to the Windsor Spitfires on Sunday night. The Islanders' 2015 first-round pick has a pair of assists through the first two games, which ties him for sixth in tournament scoring. 

Seattle needs a win on Tuesday night against the QMJHL champion Saint John Sea Dogs to stay alive and force a tiebreaker scenario. 

Windsor is currently 2-0, Erie is 1-0 and Saint John is 0-1. Erie and Saint John play Monday night at 7 p.m. 

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Vote for 2016-17 Save of the Year

Berube, Greiss or Halak, vote now for who you think had the Save of the Year

by New York Islanders NYIslanders / New York Islanders

It's award season here at 

#IslesAwards returns for a fourth year and we need your help to decide the goal and save of the year. First up, it's the goalies, who stretch, block, dive and do whatever they have to do to keep the puck out of the net. They take the 100mph shots - and we appreciate it. In fact, we celebrate it. So watch the videos and vote for the #IslesAwards Save of the Year today! 

Vote for your favorite save by tweeting the corresponding hashtag. Voting ends on Friday at 11:59 p.m.  

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De Haan Wins Silver At Worlds

Calvin de Haan wins Silver, Ilya Sorokin wins bronze, Dennis Seidenberg named top defenseman at IIHF Worlds

by Cory Wright WrightsWay / New York Islanders

The 2017 IIHF World Championship has come to a close and a pair of Islanders are bringing home medals. 

Calvin de Haan won a silver medal with Canada, while goaltending prospect Ilya Sorokin earned a bronze medal with Russia. De Haan recorded one assist and eight penalty minutes in 10 games for Canada, while Sorokin stopped all 28 shots he saw in the tournament, spread over a 24-save shutout and a relief appearance. 

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Islanders at the Memorial Cup

A look back at Islanders who've played for the Memorial Cup

by Kelly Keogh kellykeogh19 / New York Islanders

Mathew Barzal gets set to compete for the 2017 Memorial Cup on Saturday when the Western Hockey League champion Seattle Thunderbirds face off against the Erie Otters. 

Barzal, who plays round-robin games on Saturday at 3 p.m. vs Erie, Sunday at 7 p.m. vs Windsor and Tuesday at 7 p.m. vs Saint John's, is continuing the legacy of New York Islanders' prospects at the prestigious tournament. looks back at past Islanders who have won the Memorial Cup, as well as current Islanders who've played for it. 

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Four Questions with Luke Richardson

Richardson was named an Islanders Assistant Coach on Thursday

by Cory Wright WrightsWay / New York Islanders

With the hiring of Assistant Coach Luke Richardson, the New York Islanders are adding a veteran presence behind the bench. 

Richardson played a hard-nosed game during his 21-year NHL career, racking up 201 points and 2,055 penalty minutes in 1417 NHL games for Toronto, Edmonton, Philadelphia, Columbus, Tampa Bay and Ottawa before retiring in 2009. Along the way on his NHL journey he hooked up with Doug Weight, and the two career hockey men have stayed close as they've both made the transition into coaching. 

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Tavares Visits His Teammates

John Tavares held a special offseason meet and greet with kids from his Tavares' Teammates program

by Cory Wright WrightsWay / New York Islanders

Tavares Meets His Teammates

Tavares Meets His Teammates

John Tavares met with kids from Tavares' Teammates program on Wednesday

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John Tavares could have been anywhere in the world on Wednesday, but he was at Northwell Health Ice Center to see his teammates. 

Not Cal Clutterbuck, Johnny Boychuk or the New York Islanders, but three kids from his Tavares' Teammates program, whom he was unable to meet after getting injured at the end of the season. 

"It's just great to see their smile on their face and just their excitement and their support for the Islanders," Tavares said. "It's great to meet them and show them the locker room a little bit and get to know them. It's something I enjoy."

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Islanders Name Richardson Assistant Coach

Former Binghamton Senators Head Coach led Team Canada to Spengler Cup Championship in 2016

by New York Islanders PR NYIslanders / New York Islanders

The New York Islanders announced today that Luke Richardson will serve as an Assistant Coach under Head Coach Doug Weight. 

Richardson coached Canada's National Men's Team to the 2016 Spengler Cup Championship. He also helped Team Canada to a runner-up finish as an Assistant Coach at the 2016 Deutschland Cup. The Ottawa, ON, native spent four seasons as Head Coach of the American Hockey League's Binghamton Senators from 2012-2016. Richardson was an Assistant Coach with the Ottawa Senators from 2009 to 2012. 

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Boychuk and Clutterbuck Design Hats

Johnny Boychuk and Cal Clutterbuck designed New York Islanders hats with New Era

by Cory Wright WrightsWay / New York Islanders

Johnny Boychuk and Cal Clutterbuck are hat guys. 

Snapbacks, strapbacks, fitteds, flat brims and beanies (or toques if you're Canadian), Boychuk and Clutterbuck wear them all. 

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Barzal Capping Junior Career In Style

After winning a WHL Title and playoff MVP, Mathew Barzal will now compete for the Memorial Cup

by Cory Wright WrightsWay / New York Islanders

For Mathew Barzal, winning the Western Hockey League Championship settled some unfinished business. 

Last season, Barzal and the Seattle Thunderbirds made it all the way to the WHL Final, but fell in five games to the Brandon Wheat Kings. With one last chance to hoist the WHL crown, Barzal led the T-Birds to the promised land, downing the Regina Pats in six games. 

"It's pretty special," Barzal said. "Losing last year in the finals and coming back this year and winning it all just feels so good. Every guy on that team has worked so hard and I'm proud of everybody, it's been a great ride so far and we're looking forward to the Memorial Cup."

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