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Martin's Academy
Posted 8 hours ago

There’s a red foam pad on the blue line at Twin Rinks in Eisenhower Park. The relay obstacle is long and only about 10 inches wide and high, but to the four-feet-and-under crowd (on skates), it’s a formidable challenge.

Some leap over with gr…

Remembering Al
Posted 1 day ago

The New York Islanders family lost a patriarch Friday morning, as legendary Hall of Fame coach Al Arbour passed away. He was 82.

Arbour led the Islanders to four straight Stanley Cups from 1980-83 and a fifth straight Finals in 1984. He is sec…

Al Arbour Passes Awa…
Posted 1 day ago

The New York Islanders are deeply saddened to confirm the passing of legendary coach and dear friend Al Arbour.

“Al will always be remembered as one of, if not the, greatest coaches ever to stand behind a bench in the history of the National …

Heavier Hammer: Insi…
Posted 3 days ago

For a player who wants to give his all, the best thing for Travis Hamonic last season was doing less.

Less is relative, of course, as Hamonic did play a team-high 21:47 per game, though that’s down from 25 minutes per contest the season before…

Barzal Throws First …
Posted 4 days ago

It was a lively night at Safeco Field on August 12, when Mathew Barzal attended a Seattle Mariners vs. Baltimore Orioles game.

The Islanders top pick in the 2015 NHL Draft (1st round, 16th overall) threw out the ceremonial first pitch ahead of…