1. Does The Beat Go On For The New York Islanders Blog Box?

    It has been a spring of uncertainty for the members of the NYI Blog Box.As the regular season drew to a close with hopes of an extension into the playoffs long since evaporated, we wondered collectively what our fate would be as credentialed bloggers...

    Ken Rosenblatt Written by Ken Rosenblatt about over 6 years ago 658 reads 1 comments

  2. Looking Back: David Volek Fills a Gap in Islanders' History

    Ask Islanders fans what their favorite moment as a fan of the team is, and you will get a wide variety of responses.The history of the team is rich enough that there is a wealth of legitimate candidates from which to choose as one's top moment...

    Ken Rosenblatt Written by Ken Rosenblatt about over 6 years ago 591 reads 1 comments

  3. Looking Back at Former New York Islander Mikko Makela

    I was going to title this post "Remembering: Mikko Makela," but then I thought people might think he had died. Mikko is very much alive and well...

    Ken Rosenblatt Written by Ken Rosenblatt about over 6 years ago 1,194 reads 1 comments

  4. Instituting the Golden Rule for Web 2.0 and Beyond

    I primarily write about the Islanders. Since joining Bleacher Report, I've been excited about the idea of tackling other areas, particularly the Mets, MLB at large, fantasy sports, and perhaps a few others...

    Ken Rosenblatt Written by Ken Rosenblatt about over 6 years ago 375 reads 6 comments

  5. New York Islanders GM Garth Snow's Vote of Confidence for Ted Nolan

    When I saw the headline of Greg Logan's article in today's Newsday, I thought, "Ah, there it is: a vote of confidence for the coach...

    Ken Rosenblatt Written by Ken Rosenblatt about over 6 years ago 493 reads 0 comments

  6. New York Islanders Owner Charles Wang Speaks Out on Contracts, Coach

    Charles Wang spent the last days of his hockey club's season opening up to the media about the status of his head coach. On one occasion, he said exactly the right things. On another, his words may have been better left unsaid...

    Ken Rosenblatt Written by Ken Rosenblatt about over 6 years ago 595 reads 0 comments

  7. The Shea Name Will Live on Even As the Mets Move on

    I was thrilled to learn that the Mets will be honoring William A. Shea this season with a logo above the left field wall in the stadium that bears his name...

    Ken Rosenblatt Written by Ken Rosenblatt about over 6 years ago 742 reads 4 comments

  8. Jack Hillen Makes His NHL Debut for the New York Islanders

    For two games that have no playoff implications for the Islanders, this home-and-home with the Rangers to close out the season has a surprising and worthwhile amount of buzz for the Long Island faithful...

    Ken Rosenblatt Written by Ken Rosenblatt about over 6 years ago 1,117 reads 0 comments

  9. Derek Jeter: No Need to Perpetuate the Legend

    MSG Network is running a series of promos on its MSG+ channel titled "Greatest Days." In these ads, New York sports fans (actors) recount their greatest memories of their favorite teams...

    Ken Rosenblatt Written by Ken Rosenblatt about over 6 years ago 3,145 reads 5 comments

  10. This Is Not Normal: New York Islanders Forced to Rely on Youth

    It seems a little odd to cover these games as though they were normal. They are anything but normal. Of the twenty players who dressed for Saturday night's game against the Flyers, only nine of them were what I consider to be established NHLers...

    Ken Rosenblatt Written by Ken Rosenblatt about over 6 years ago 319 reads 0 comments