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Isles Postgame: Islanders 4, Rangers 3 SO

John Tavares scores shootout winner as Islanders beat Rangers at MSG

by Cory Wright WrightsWay / New York Islanders

John Tavares scored the shootout winner, as the New York Islanders earned a 4-3 win over the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden. 

Tavares' game decider - a quick deke and backhander off the back bar - let the Islanders exhale on Thursday night, going home with two points after coughing up a 3-1 lead in the third period. The win improved the Islanders to 3-3-1 on the season, while handing the Rangers (1-5-2 their fifth straight loss (0-3-2). 

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Projected Lineup: Islanders at Rangers

Projected lines, news and quotes ahead of Thursday's Islanders-Rangers game

by Cory Wright WrightsWay / New York Islanders

The New York Islanders take on the New York Rangers on Thursday night at 7:00 p.m. Watch the game on MSG+2 or MSG GO. Listen to the game on 88.7FM WRHU or 660AM/101.9FM WFAN. Read the game preview and game notes

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Game Preview: Islanders at Rangers

The crosstown rivals meet on Thursday night at MSG (7 p.m., MSG+2, MSG GO)

by Cory Wright WrightsWay / New York Islanders




RADIO: 88.7FM - WRHU, 660AM/101.9FM WFAN


Jordan Eberle will get his first real taste of the Islanders-Rangers rivalry on Thursday night, when the Islanders travel to MSG to take on their crosstown rivals (7 p.m., MSG+2. MSG GO). 

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Isles Day-to-Day: Pulock Practices on Power Play

Pulock likely to make season debut on Thursday vs Rangers

by Cory Wright WrightsWay / New York Islanders

The New York Islanders took steps to address their power play Wednesday morning, devoting most of their practice to special teams. 

After an 0-for-20 start to the season, Head Coach Doug Weight tinkered with his units. Ryan Pulock was a notable addition on the top power-play group, practicing with John Tavares, Nick Leddy, Jordan Eberle and Anders Lee.

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PHOTOS: Eight-Year-Old is Islander for a Day

Currently battling lymphoma Brandon Bloom practiced with the Islanders on Tuesday

by New York Islanders NYIslanders / New York Islanders

The New York Islanders made eight-year-old Brandon Bloom's dreams come true on Tuesday, letting him practice with the team as part of the Islander for a Day program. Bloom, who's currently battling stage-4 non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma, had his own locker room stall and skated with the team after practice. Read about Brandon's unforgettable day here.

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Islanders Make Dream Come True for Boy Battling Cancer

Currently battling lymphoma, eight-year-old Brandon Bloom was an Islander for a day

by Cory Wright WrightsWay / New York Islanders

Brandon Bloom couldn't stop smiling once he saw his stall in the New York Islanders locker room stall. A freshly-pressed blue jersey with "Bloom" and the number one stitched onto the back, junior sized blue and orange gloves and an Islanders helmet hung in his spot, a mere six feet away from John Tavares. The eight-year-old beamed as he laced up his skates with his father's help.

"I almost started crying when I saw that he had his own little spot in the locker room with the boys, that really touched me," Brandon's father Brian said. "For Brandon to have a jersey and everything is amazing. He's going to talk about it forever."

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Islanders Prospect Report

Kieffer Bellows and David Quenneville post six-point weeks in WHL

by Cory Wright WrightsWay / New York Islanders

Kieffer Bellows and David Quenneville had big weeks in the WHL. Both Islanders prospects recorded six points and Quenneville was tapped to join Team WHL for the upcoming 2017 CIBC Canada-Russia series. Read about Bellows, Quenneville and get the latest stats in the Islanders Prospect Report.

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On the Road with the Islanders

An inside look at the New York Islanders California road trip

by Cory Wright WrightsWay / New York Islanders

Beneath the stands at SAP Center, Jason Chimera stands hunched over outside the visitor's locker room. Soon he's joined by Mathew Barzal and goalie Thomas Greiss, who's flexing his glove and blocker as he prepares for what's going to be a 40-save performance. As the lights in the arena bowl dim and the pregame videos plays on the scoreboard, more teammates file out into the hallway, tapping shin pads, shaking hands and getting each other pumped up. 

Greiss leads them out towards the ice in single file. Some drop their hands back for a quick high-five as they turn the corner and walk through the tunnel. Aside from a few west coast Islanders fans cheering their entry into the still-dark rink, the team swims alone in the Shark Tank.

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The Skinny: Kings 3, Islanders 2

Islanders statistician Eric Hornick runs the numbers on the Isles loss to the Kings

by Eric Hornick ehornick / New York Islanders


Condensed Game: Islanders @ Kings

Extended highlights of the New York Islanders at the Los Angeles Kings

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Game 6

Los Angeles 3, Isles 2

Drew Doughty scored a shorthanded goal 5:44 into the third period to give the Kings a 3-1 lead and Los Angeles survived a late Islander rally as they defeat the Isles 3-2 before a sellout crowd of 18,230 at STAPLES Center. The Isles head home from California with a 1-2-0 record.

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Isles Postgame: Kings 3, Islanders 2

Ladd and Barzal hit milestones, but Islanders fall in close game to Kings

by Cory Wright WrightsWay / New York Islanders

The New York Islanders were inches away from forcing overtime on Sunday night, but ultimately fell 3-2 in regulation to the LA King at Staples Center. 

With 20 seconds to play John Tavares had the puck on his stick and a look at some open net, but sent a sharp-angled shot through the crease and just out the far side. It was a bang-bang play that LA's Jeff Carter or Derek Forbort may have got a piece of, but regardless, it was a frustrating end for the captain and his team, who dropped to 1-2-0 on their swing through California. 

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