The New York Islanders are poised for a great 2016-2017 season and Razorgator has the tickets you need to see the action live. This storied franchise hasn’t brought the Stanley Cup home since the early 1980s, and head coach Jack Capuano and his squad are eager to put an end to that dry spell. With plenty of talent and playoff appearances in each of the last two seasons, this is a team that expects great things and plans to finally deliver for all the faithful New York fans. The Barclays center is a great place to watch NHL hockey, so get your tickets now and join the Islanders as the team sets out to win it all!
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Though the odds that the New York Islanders will end up competing in the NHL playoffs are slim at best, the team has been giving it their all in the final weeks of the season. Sunday’s 4-2 road win over Buffalo was sweetened by Tuesday’s trip to Nashville. To keep any hopes of a postseason alive, the Isles knew they had to beat the Predators, which they did in a 2-1 overtime nail biter. They’ll face the Hurricanes Thursday (April 6) in Carolina, the Devils on Saturday (April 8) in New Jersey, and will return to the Barlclays Center against Ottawa for their final match on Sunday, April 9. We have tickets on sale now!
The New York Islanders had just seven games remaining on the schedule as of March 29. Heading into their March 30 game at Philadelphia, the Islanders were in fifth place in the Metropolitan Division and 10th in the Eastern Conference. As the top eight teams in the conference qualify for the NHL Playoffs, the Islanders have some work to do. At this juncture, the team was tied with Carolina with 82 points, four points behind Boston for the final playoff slot.
A 6-8 record from the beginning of March through the 28th hindered the teams’ chances to move up in the standings. The Islanders end their season April 9 at Ottawa.
The New York Islanders picked up a pair of wins this past week to bring their record to 21-17-9 for a total of 51 points. The Islanders are currently in sixth place in the Metropolitan division of the Eastern Conference, five points behind fifth-place Philadelphia, a team they narrowly lost to on Jan. 22, 3-2 in overtime.
New York rebounded with a 4-2 victory over Columbus last Tuesday. The Islanders trailed 1-0 after the first period but scored four goals in the next two periods to pull away. Two days later, the Islanders got past division-leading Montreal 3-1 behind Andrew Ladd’s two goals. New York has now won five of its last six games.
The New York Islanders had a break from the ice to start the year off, but the time off didn’t seem to be the ticket for the Islanders to bring home more wins. There past two games have been disappointing as the Islanders lost in either a shootout or overtime. On January 7, the Islanders skated against the Arizona Coyotes for a nail-biting event. The Coyotes were able to rally back from the one point deficit and send the two teams into a shootout. The Coyotes ended up winning 2-1 over the Islanders. Get your tickets to see the Islanders play against the Florida Panthers on January 11. Tickets start at $29.
The New York Islanders may be ranked seventh place in the Metropolitan Division, but they certainly know how to pull off an exhilarating upset at home. The mighty Washington Capitols came to visit on Tuesday. Despite the visitors’ impressive record, the home team proved they were not afraid to go head-to-head. Thanks to a lone goal in the second period, the Islanders defeated the Capitols 4 - 3. It was an absolutely thrilling victory for fans and players alike. Catch New York when they return to Barclays Center in the new year. They will host the Florida Panthers on Wednesday, January 11. Tickets are on sale for $8 and up.
The New York Islanders were so close to getting back over .500, but a late collapse against the Washington Capitals dropped NY back to a game below even. There’s no shame in losing to Washington this season, as the Capitals look like one of the best teams in the league. What’s unfortunate is that the Islanders jumped out to an early lead only to give up two goals in the second period and two more in the third, losing by a final of 4-2. The Islanders have a bunch of home games in December during which the team can hopefully string together a few wins. On December 23 New York hosts the Buffalo Sabers, with tickets starting as low as $20.
The New York Islanders took on the Calgary Flames on Monday night for a game that ended in a nail biting way. The Islanders started things off right when Josh Bailey assisted John Tavares for a first period goal and the lead of the game. The Islanders held tight to that lead until five minutes remained in the third period. At that point, the Flames rallied together to score a goal and tie the game to send both teams into overtime. Thomas Hickey scored the final goal for the Islanders in overtime, giving the win to the New York team. See them play live again on December 4 against the Detroit Red Wings.
The New York Islanders will be looking for a win when they host the Penguins on November 18. They have lost their last three in a row. After losing 1-4 to the LIghtning on the 10, the Islanders went into overtime against the Panthers, only to fall 2-3. Brock Nelson scored in the first period and Nick Leddy scored in the second to get the Islanders ahead 2-0 going into the final period. Then, the Panthers took control and ended up with the win. The Islanders fell again to the Lightning, this time 4-0, in their latest game. You can still get tickets to see them play the Penguins and their subsequent games on the road against the Ducks, Kings and Sharks on the 22, 23 and 25 respectively. Prices start at $17.
After beating the Maple Leafs 5-1, the New York Islanders lost to the Lightning on November 1 to bring their record so far this season to 4-6-0. In the game against the Maple Leafs, Travis Hamonic scored just over a minute into the game, and Casey Cizikas added another one during the first period. After a scoreless second period, the Maple Leafs scored to close the Islanders' lead to just one. Then, Shane Prince, Brock Nelson and Josh Bailey scored to ensure the victory. The sole point during the loss against the Lighting from Dennis Seidenberg. The Islanders host the Flyers, Oilers and Canucks on the 3, 5, and 7 respectively. You can still get tickets for $5 and up.
The New York Islanders are off to a bit of a slow start this 2016-2017 NHL season, a feeling that is all too familiar for fans. Although it’s still early in the season, the 1-4 start has some starting to panic right out of the gate. The Isles scored their first victory this Monday over the Anaheim Ducks, but with a player like John Tavares on the roster, things should be going a lot better for New York. This week’s schedule has the Islanders playing the next three at home against Arizona, Minnesota and Montreal. Come show your support as the New York Islanders endeavor to beat the odds and make this their best season yet! Tickets are on sale now.
The New York Islanders didn’t make many big splashes during the offseason. While some are worried that the team needs to make significant moves in order to compete in a strong Eastern Conference, it’s important to remember how good the Islander’s defense has been. All of the best defenders are returning for the 2016-2017 season, and while the club may not have made any flashy moves, the owners have put together a team that could be extremely hard to score against. Islanders fans don’t have to wait long to see their favorite team in action, as New York hosts the Philadelphia Flyers for a preseason game on September 26. Tickets start as low as $4.