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Settle into the couch for Sean Cuthbert & Stefen Rosner's unique brand of New York Islanders therapy. Watch them live Sunday nights at 8pm EST at twitch.tv/hockeynightny as they join you in the cheers, bring along some laughs, and help you through the tears as we all get through the Islanders season one shift at a time.
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Get your daily New York Islanders fix with the Locked On Islanders Podcast with host Gil Martin. Gil wrote the book "Ice Wars" an in-depth history of the Islanders rivalry with the Rangers and has followed the team throughout their history. He will take you beneath the surface and provide insight into the Isles, what makes them successful and why they sometimes come up short. This podcast will deliver in-depth analysis you can't get anywhere else and take you inside the current Islanders and ...
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The New York Islanders allowed three goals in 32 seconds and couldn't overcome that deficit. While the team played better for most of the game, bad defensive breakdowns plus ineffective special teams and an inability to finish led to a 4-0 loss. We discuss what Patrick Roy did to motivate the team, what the Isles did well and why they lost this gam…
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Nobody likes drumming up bad memories, but Sean and Stefen had to dive in to the Isles rough Sunday afternoon at MetLife Stadium. Brian Compton joined in to help the fellas sort it all out and they looked ahead to a critical upcoming week. Follow HNiNY on all social media platforms at @hockeynightny Presented by Blue Line Deli and Bagels (http://bl…
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Mike and Dan react to the Islanders' gut-wrenching loss in the Stadium Series game against the Rangers at Met Life Stadium and a season full of gut-wrenching losses. For 55 minutes, the game was a fun one for Islanders fans who braved the travel and the cold to see the spectacle that only comes around once every 10 years. Then in the blink of an ey…
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The New York Islanders made some more roster moves on Wednesday due to injuries and salary cap constraints. They placed Hudson Fasching on LTIR and recalled center Kyle MacLean from Bridgeport. This is likely due to the injury suffered by Casey Cizikas on Tuesday night although Cizikas was not placed on IR, at least not yet. We discuss the implicat…
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It sure looked like deja vu all over again for the New York Islanders as they blew another two-goal lead in the third period but Adam Pelech won the game in overtime and the Isles beat the Penguins. We discuss what was different about this game and some of the same old problems that reared their ugly head again. Plus we have our hero and goat of th…
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How are New York Islanders fans reacting to Sunday's late-game collapse against the New York Rangers? We discuss your reactions on today's show and what it means going forward for this team. Plus, the NHL announced that the Islanders would host the 2026 NHL All-Star Weekend. We discuss what that means for Long Island and what the event is likely to…
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The New York Islanders suffered another embarrassing collapse and fell to the Rangers 6-5 in overtime. We'll break down what went wrong again and discuss the event itself which was full of excitement and pageantry. There were some bright spots like Brock Nelson and Noah Dobson, but the third period was the same old story with bad penalties and a po…
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The New York Islanders and New York Rangers meet for the first time this season and it couldn't be more special for a regular season game. The two rivals clash in the Meadowlands on Sunday as part of the NHL Stadium Series. We have a full preview of the game and what the players said about what it means to them. We also discuss one Isles player who…
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Joined again by podcaster and actor Michael Paul Smith, we remember when the Islanders were gifted two time Stanley Cup champion goalie Chris Osgood, who helped their quick transformation in the early 2000’s. The late 90’s Detroit Red Wings and Islanders were barely playing the same sport. One was the best team of its era and the other was all but …
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Many New York Islanders fans were frustrated by comments made by captain Anders Lee after their loss to the Seattle Kraken Tuesday. We'll take about what Lee said and contrast it to what Bo Horvat and Patrick Roy had to say about the game. Plus we discuss why the Isles failed to capitalize on their 4:00 power play against the Kraken and the impact …
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The New York Islanders gave another less than stellar effort, going through the motions for the first two periods of yet another game. They ended up losing to the Seattle Kraken in a shootout mostly due to the heroics of Ilya Sorokin and a power play goal from Kyle Palmieri. We break down what happened in the game and why this effort just isn't acc…
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The New York Islanders need more goal scoring and we all know Lou Lamoriello will look to add talent if he feels this team has a chance as the playoffs. So, would a reunion with former Isles winger Jordan Eberle make sense for this team at the trade deadline? We discuss the pros and cons of reacquiring Eberle on today's show. We also have the lates…
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The New York Islanders continue to rank last in the NHL on the penalty kill. This is something Patrick Roy has not been able to improve yet in his six games as coach. In fact, statistically, the PK is getting worse. We discuss the struggles of the PK and what the Isles can do to fix it. Plus the latest on Oliver Wahlstrom and we answer your mailbag…
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Mike and Dan look back at an eventful week for the Islanders and elsewhere, with big wins, a frustrating loss, controversies up north and maybe some light tax evasion. They start with Saturday's sleepy loss to Calgary, another missed opportunity for a team that can't afford any, and how things could have been worse if not for a friendly out-of-town…
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The Isles continue to take steps in the right direction under Patrick Roy with two big wins over Toronto and Tampa, before an uninspiring setback vs Calgary. Sean and Stefen discussed their performance and where it leaves them. Then they were joined by Coach Ed and Little Ed of the Rangers Ed Podcast to talk about the big Stadium Series showdown at…
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The New York Islanders reverted to previous form and played only one strong period in their 5-2 loss Saturday afternoon to the Calgary Flames. We have our key takeaways including a questionable decision by Patrick Roy that may have hurt the team and our hero and goat of the game. Plus we discuss a milestone for Semyon Varlamov and the second period…
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The New York Islanders played their most complete game of the season and defeated the Tampa Bay Lightning 6-2. Patrick Roy continues to change the way this team is playing hockey and they executed his system extremely well. We have our hero and goat of the game and we'll tell you why this was their best overall effort of the season and what it mean…
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Today we discuss another key change that head coach Patrick Roy is bringing to the New York Islanders as the players and Roy himself explain the reason for the change and what the strategy entails. Plus, we break down the problems the Isles are having with scoring depth and why this has to be corrected immediately as the Isles cannot only rely on B…
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Patrick Roy has been behind the New York Islanders bench for five games now with a 2-2-1 record. But what has been different about the team since the Hall of Fame goalie took over as coach? We discuss some of the things that have changed and some things that are still a work in progress. Roy has indicated he wants Oliver Wahlstrom to play every gam…
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The New York Islanders scored an emotional win over the Toronto Maple Leafs in regulation. Pierre Engvall and Kyle MacLean each had big moments as Engvall scored the game winner against his old team and MacLean scored his first NHL goal with his dad behind the bench to see it. We discuss why this game was a very positive sign for the Islanders and …
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New York Islanders forward Mathew Barzal had a goal and five assists at the NHL All-Star Weekend and did well in the skills competition. We break down Barzal's showing and his experience. Plus, GM Lou Lamoriello made roster moves involving Julien Gauthier, Simon Holmstrom, Ryan Pulock and Casey Cizikas designed to free up some cap space. Does this …
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Mike and Dan come out of the NHL All Star Break with no idea how the Islanders will fare in the crucial next few games and with an epic edition of Master Leaf Theatre. While the team was on break (sans Mathew Barzal, who was part of the winning All Star team), Lou Lamoriello was making moves, including (officially) hiring Patrick Roy's new assistan…
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The All-Star festivities are out of the way and now it's time for the Isles to go full steam ahead on their push towards the playoffs under new Head Coach Patrick Roy! Arthur Staple of The Athletic joined Sean and Stefen to cover it all! Follow HNiNY on all social media platforms at @hockeynightny Presented by Blue Line Deli and Bagels (http://blue…
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The New York Islanders have a new coach and need another strong finish to make the playoffs again so what will Lou Lamoriello do between now and the NHL Trade Deadline? We discuss what the team needs to help Patrick Roy play his game and which positions Lamoriello will likely target and when he'll make his move. Plus, Mathew Barzal has been drafted…
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Mike and Dan catch up with NHL.com editor and all around Islanders luminary Brian Compton and remember Michael Dal Colle, a high first round pick who took the long road to become a fine defensive forward. With a pedigree that included bushels of goals and a Memorial Cup, Dal Colle seemed like the perfect pick for the still building Islanders. But b…
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While The Athletic ranked the New York Islanders prospect pool dead last in the NHL, today we take a look at the players on the list and what their upside is and how far away they are from playing in the NHL. Where do Calle Odelius, Danny Nelson, Matthew Maggio, William Dufour and Isaiah George fit on this list? And finally some good news from the …
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