A Hockey Team Grows in Brooklyn

The National Hockey League will be in Brooklyn tonight as a visitor for the last time. The New York Islanders franchise is moving to the New York City boro in 2015 and presumably will become a major market franchise


Charles Wang Had Other Party Interested In Islanders

Although Charles Wang has sold the New york Islanders to Jon Ledecky and is being sued by former suitor Andrew Barroway, he did have a third and separate party involved. From Dan Primack at Fortune.com, Wang had been in


Bettman: Politics Reason For Islanders Move

The New York Islanders are moving to Brooklyn and according to NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman it wasn’t of the Islanders design. “This is a situation that is not of the Islanders’ making,” Bettman said. “The responsibility for what’s happened

Jonathan Ledecky

Jonathan Ledecky Still on the Hunt for Major League Team

Jonathan Ledecky wants to buy the National Hockey League’s New York Islanders. So far, the only people who seem against this idea are Islanders fans, which is a far cry from Ledecky’s attempt to buy a major league sports

Dan Boyle

Dan Boyle: No Real Timetable To Negotiate

Dan Boyle was a bit peeved when he wasn’t resigned by the San Jose Sharks and his rights were traded to the New York Islanders. Now he is saying, essentially, that New York Islanders GM Garth Snow may have


Vanek Expects To Hit Market, Won’t Rule Out Habs

Thomas Vanek has been to a few different teams this season. After spending most of his career with the Buffalo Sabres, he was then traded to the New York Islanders. Garth Snow, of the Isles, thought that Vanek would


Islanders Sign Jaroslav Halak To Four Year Deal

The New York Islanders agreed to a four-year contract Thursday with goaltender Jaroslav Halak. Halak, 28, split his eighth NHL season between St. Louis and Washington, compiling a 29-13-7 record. The native of Slovakia was acquired by New York


Islanders Reportedly Looking To Get Jaroslav Halak

The Islanders are working on a deal to get Jaroslav Halak.


NHL: Wang Willing To Sell 75 Percent

Charles Wang is selling the New York Islanders. How much does he want and what is he willing to sell? He is willing to sell 75 percent of the team and values the Islanders at $370 million. He is


NHL: Could Isles Have More Than One Suitor?

The New York Islanders are for sale and they seem to have more than one suitor. Principle owner Charles Wang announced a few months ago that he is looking to sell. Now he has announced that there is more