Posts Tagged ‘ny islanders’

Early Jump Ties Series

Early Jump Ties Series

Entering tonight’s game, Ben Bishop  came in looking to come back strong after he was pulled in the first game.  Bishop was task worthy tonight stopping 19 of 20 Islander shots.  He let in three goals Wednesday night.  This game goes down in history as a GREAT game by #30. I thought is was important […]

Saturday Night Special in NHL Eastern Conference

  The playoff push heats up on this Saturday in the Eastern Conference and the top teams battle for playoff positions and home ice advantage here in March, the last full month of the NHL regular season. At the top of the Eastern Conference only two points sit between the first, second and third place.   Tonight […]

The Biofile Nate Thompson

By Scoop Malinowski Status: Tampa Bay Lightning center. Ht: 6-foot Wt: 210 pounds DOB: Oct. 5, 1984 In: Anchorage, Alaska First Hockey Memory: “I slept with my hockey stick for about four months before I could play hockey. Then when I got out there, I was basically going around the boards, falling down, getting back up, falling down, getting back up. But just […]

Islanders “Grab”ner a Win over Bolts

Islanders “Grab”ner a Win over Bolts

Tampa, Fl. (RSEN) – Michael Grabner, Zenon Konopka and the NY Islanders came to the St. Pete Times Forum Tuesday night to prove 14th place in the Eastern Conference does not indicate they are a dreadful hockey team. “Z”, the Ex-Lightning and fan favorite, who started at center Tuesday night, won the opening draw and […]