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Islanders Third Puppy With A Purpose Named Monte

Islanders third puppy supporting Guide Dog Foundation, name an ode to Belmont Park

by New York Islanders Community Relations @NYIslanders / NewYorkIslanders.com

Islanders Third Puppy Named Monte

Islanders Third Puppy Named Monte

Islanders third puppy supporting Guide Dog Foundation, name an ode to Belmont Park

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Meet Monte! 

The votes have been tallied and the fans have spoken, the New York Islanders third puppy with a purpose, in partnership with the Guide Dog Foundation and supported by Canidae, finally has a name. 

Monte is a nod to Belmont Park, which is the site of the Islanders new home, UBS Arena, set to open on Nov. 20. The two previous Islanders puppies, Radar and Tori, were named to honor legendary Islanders Head Coach Al Arbour and General Manager Bill Torrey. After celebrating the past, Monte looks ahead to the Islanders bright future. 

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Islanders Partner with Guide Dog Foundation to Raise Third Puppy

Meet the Islanders' newest puppy, who will become a future guide dog for someone who is blind or visually-impaired

by Sasha Kandrach @KandrachSasha / NewYorkIslanders.com

He's here and he's pawfect! 

The New York Islanders are proud to welcome their new furry friend to the squad. 

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Islanders to Donate Leftover Food from UBS Arena

Islanders to team with Rock and Wrap It Up and Delaware North to donate leftover food from events at UBS Arena

by Sasha Kandrach @KandrachSasha / NewYorkIslanders.com

When UBS Arena opens on November 20, the New York Islanders, Rock and Wrap It Up and Delaware North are ensuring that no leftovers get left behind.  

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Islanders Raise Record Amount at ICF Golf Outing

The New York Islanders raised over $440K for the Islanders Children's Foundation at the team's 13th-annual golf outing

by Cory Wright @WrightsWay / NewYorkIslanders.com

The courses at Old Westbury Golf and Country Club were littered with contests during the 13th annual Islanders Children's Foundation Golf Outing on Monday. 

Longest drive and closest to the pin competitions were abound on 27 holes and while there were plenty of winners announced at the end of the night, there was only one record that mattered.

The Islanders Children's Foundation raised over $440K, the most-ever in the 13-year history of the event, as well as the most raised in a single event in the charity's history. 

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Street Hockey: Town of Oyster Bay Summer 2021

The Islanders held three street hockey sessions in the Town of Oyster Bay

by New York Islanders Community Relations @NYIslanders / NewYorkIslanders.com

Town of Oyster Bay Summer 2021

The New York Islanders Street Hockey program partnered with the Town of Babylon to host 3 street hockey sessions, each on a different day of the week and at a different location. The programs biggest partnership to date saw 200 participants from both Nassau and Suffolk County grow their skillset at Marjorie Post Park in Massapequa, Ellsworth W. Allen Park in Farmingdale, and Syosset-Woodbury Community Park in Syosset. The collaborative effort provided flexibility to work around a summer schedule, and provided children the opportunity to participate in outdoor hockey rinks scattered throughout the Town of Oyster Bay. Sparky traveled from location to location, proving to be a tough goaltender throughout the summer.

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Islanders Kick Off School Season with Backpack Giveaway

The Islanders and Rosemont gave out 1,000 backpacks and school supplies to kids in need

by Cory Wright @WrightsWay / NewYorkIslanders.com

The season got underway at Northwell Health Ice Center on Saturday afternoon.

Not the hockey season, which is still about six weeks away, but the back-to-school season, as the New York Islanders and Rosemont gave out 1,000 backpacks filled with school supplies to local kids. 

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Register Now for the 2021 Islanders Children's Foundation Golf Outing

Annual golf outing to take place on Sept. 20 at Old Westbury Golf and Country Club

by New York Islanders Community Relations NYIslanders / New York Islanders

2021 Islanders Children's Foundation Golf Outing
Presented by: Daniel Gale Sotheby's International Realty
Monday, September 20th, 2021 - 10:00 AM

You're invited to a full day of golf alongside your favorite Islanders players, coaches and alumni on Monday, September 20th at the exclusive Old Westbury Golf & Country Club.

Please fill out the form below to register for the 2021 New York Islanders Golf Outing benefiting the Islanders Children's Foundation.

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New York Metro Blind Hockey Named Community Star Winner

Ridgewood Savings Bank awarded NYMBH as the winner of this year's Isles Community Stars of the Week program

by New York Islanders Community Relations @NYIslanders / NewYorkIslanders.com

New York Metro Blind Hockey (NYMBH) was awarded $4,500 by Ridgewood Savings Bank on Wednesday, as the winning recipient for the New York Islanders Community Star of the Week program. 

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Street Hockey: Bellerose Spring 2021

Isles Street Hockey program wrapped up a 6-week spring session at the Bellerose Village Town Park

by New York Islanders Community Relations @NYIslanders / NewYorkIslanders.com

Bellerose Spring 2021

The New York Islanders Street Hockey program, in partnership with Bellerose Village PAL, wrapped up a 6-week spring session at the Bellerose Village Town Park. The program, which included participants from Bellerose Village and Floral Park, ran from May 12th to June 16th. Bellerose Village, just blocks away from the Islanders new home at UBS arena, was excited to grow the crop of young Islanders fans in the area, with the final session marked by an appearance from Sparky the Dragon and free ice cream for all participants."

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Islanders Throw Baby Shower for Military Moms

The Islanders teamed up with Operation Shower to throw baby shower for 25 expecting military families

by Cory Wright @WrightsWay / NewYorkIslanders.com

The mission on Monday afternoon was to send military moms home with plenty of essential baby supplies. 

Efficiency was key, especially for active military members and families, who tend to do things with a sense of purpose and precision. With that in mind, the parking circle at Northwell Health Ice Center was transformed into a drive-thru pickup station, dotted with seven separate stands and volunteers loading baby monitors, high chairs and more into cars, trucks and SUVs.

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