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New York Islanders 2014-2015 News and Updates
4/7/14 – The Islanders (31-36-11) have officially been eliminated from the NHL playoffs and will wrap up their season this week with a home game Tuesday against Ottawa (get-in $2)followed by a three-game road trip (Montreal, New Jersey, Buffalo). Their 7-2-1 run was too-little-too-late but their perseverance to fight on, is admired. Before Saturday’s loss to Washington, New York was 5-0-1 despite missing leading scorer Kyle Okposo (upper body), captain John Tavares (torn MCL), forward Michael Grabner (concussion) and defensemen Lubomir Visnovsky (upper body) and Brian Strait (hand).
4/1/14 – Following a 2-1 shootout win over the New Jersey Devils, the Isles will look to extend their four game point streak tonight against the Florida Panthers. For just $2 you can cheer on New York as they try to avoid the season sweep. Cheap New York Islanders tickets are also available for Saturday’s game against Washington ($7) and the regular-season finale at Nassau Coliseum next Tuesday vs. Ottawa ($3).
3/24/14 – The Isles front line is all but depleted after Kyle Okposo injured himself in practice Friday. While the team’s leading scorer played through the lower-body injury in Sunday’s win over the Blue Jackets, he did not participate in Monday’s practice. Defenseman Lubomir Visnovsky hit yet another setback; after missing 46 games earlier this season with a concussion, the blue liner will likely be out for the rest of the year with reoccurring symptoms. Following two games on the road this week, New York will return home to play the New Jersey Devils (avg. $50) in the most expensive game remaining at Nassau Coliseum this season. Cheap Islanders tickets to all four remaining home games are available for less than $10.
3/18/14 – The Islanders may be out of the playoff race, but fans will be treated tonight when the Isles host the Minnesota Wild at the Coliseum. Kevin Czuczman will get his NHL debut; the NCAA competitor signed as a free agent from Lake Superior State just a week ago. In addition, ex-Islander Matt Moulson will return to Nassau Coliseum for the first time since being traded last Fall. New York Islanders tickets to tonight’s game against the Wild are just $2 to get in the gate. 200-Level seats start at $24 and 100-Level at $22 (Razorgator recommended). You can’t beat the prices to watch a New York sports team, so get to a game live for your first chance to watch the new face and welcome back Moulson!
3/10/14 – The Habs picked up unrestricted free agent Thomas Vanek from the New York Islanders after giving up prospect Sebastien Collberg and a conditional second-round pick. NY will look to move forward after losing the high-scoring left wing who had 21 goals and 32 assists in 60 games. The Islanders will wrap a four-game swing through Western Canada tonight (1-1-1) where they hope to improve on their 2-6 record in the last eight. Cheap New York Islanders tickets are available for the upcoming four straight home games: 3/14 San Jose Sharks (avg. $31), 3/15 Buffalo Sabres (avg. $34), 3/18 Minnesota Wild (avg. $23), 3/23 Columbus Blue Jackets (avg. $40).
3/3/14 – Was Sunday’s game against the Panthers, Thomas Vanek’s last? The trade watch is on for the right winger who scored two goals early against Florida. The Isles are heading on a four game road trip to Canada where they’ll face Winnipeg, Edmonton, Calgary, and Vancouver before returning home Mar 14 to play San Jose.
2/25/14 – Twelve points behind in the chase for the last wild-card spot in the East, the Islanders will likely wrap up play in 2014 against the Sabres, Apr 13. A season-ending knee injury to John Tavares is not helping matters; the star player led the team in points (66), assists (42), and goals (24). Perhaps the only good news for fans is the league-low New York Islanders ticket prices. Averaging $48, Isles supporters will play $55 less than the NHL average to catch a game at home.
2/18/14 – With the NHL trade deadline looming, attention has turned to Thomas Vanek who was acquired from the Sabres at the end of October. His career as an Islander may be short-lived as the 30-year-old winger recently turned down a contract offer from the team. Austria’s team captain may not return to Nassau Coliseum with the Isles, but the rest of the team will likely be back after March 5. Following the trade deadline, the New York Islanders schedule includes eight home games as they finish off their 2013-14 campaign!
2/3/14 – The Isles look to regroup on five days rest following five straight losses (0-4-1), two to rivals New York Rangers. While the postseason looks grim for the Islanders, eighth in the division and nine points behind the Red Wings as the final wild-card holder, New York must look forward. Up next on the New York Islanders schedule? The Calgary Flames (2/6) and Colorado Avalanche (2/8) visit Nassau Coliseum for two of the cheapest games remaining at home, averaging $26 and $49 respectively.
1/29/14 – Prior to losing their last three, the Isles had won ten of their last thirteen, and were playing the best hockey they’d played all season. The squad plays well on the road, most recently picking up a big win against rivals, New York Rangers in Jan 22 Stadium Series preview. “Battle of New York” will be in full effect this Super Bowl weekend. Tonight the Isles will face the Rangers in the third Stadium Series game this year, second at Yankee Stadium. The average price of Stadium Series tickets in the Bronx is up 57 percent in the last two weeks and will cost you 8 percent more than the two team’s 1/31 meeting at Madison Square Garden. Goalie Evgeni Nabokov and defenseman Lubomir Visnovsky were both activated from the injured list; however the Isles goaltending and lineup for Wednesday night, is still up in the air. Will the team’s leader in points, John Tavares, wreak havoc on Henrik Lundqvist? Be there for both of the inter-state rivalry games this week to find out.
New York Islanders 2014-2015 Season
The New York Islanders were expected to go far last season and repeat the playoff berth their earned a year prior. Instead, the team performed far below franchise and public expectation, and finished No. 8 in the Metropolitan Division and a lowly 26th overall. After dealing away fan favorite Matt Moulson, and injuries to net minder Evgeni Nabokov and No.1 scorer John Tavares, the Isles kissed any postseason aspirations good-bye. GM Garth Snow went to work this offseason, adding much needed help to NY’s top-six forwards and woeful net-minding; he and Jack Capuano will emerge in the 2014-2015 season with what could be an Eastern Conference contender.
Tavares is expected to start the 2014-2015 season fully recovered from his Sochi knee injury, ready to hit the ice with Michael Grabner and Klye Okposo. Washington’s Mikhail Grabovski and Toronto’s Nikolai Kulemin both signed four-year deals with the Isles, while goaltenders Jaroslav Halak and Chad Johnson inked contracts. Additionally, the franchise bagged blue-chipper Michael dal Colle and Josh Ho-Sang in the draft. These boosts in the roster have had a significant effect on the franchise and fanbase. Renewed with optimism, hopes of a winning season and playoff berth have never been more palpable than with this current, healthy, group!
The Isles’ new audience in Brooklyn will be searching for a breakout campaign from their hockey team—and NY’s strong offseason acquisitions, plus the return of Tavares, just might do it! New York starts their 2014-2015 campaign on the road in Carolina (Oct. 10). The Hurricanes return the favor to appear in Uniondale for the Islander's home opener a night later (Oct. 11). Score New York Islanders tickets in their last season at Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale. The franchise will move to Barclay’s Center in fall of 2015, so don’t mss the classic charm of their original and one and only home in its final year!