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Capellini: Islanders Chose A Really Bad Time To Revisit Their Ugly Past

By Jeff Capellini
WFAN.com

There was just nothing acceptable about what went down on Tuesday night in Brooklyn, regardless of what Jack Capuano says.

The Islanders showed, for one game anyway, that they still have a lot of growing up to do as far as playoff hockey is concerned. 1,051 more words

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Capellini: Islanders Have Something With Strome-Prince-Nelson Line

By Jeff Capellini
WFAN.com

The Islanders had a built-in excuse heading into Game 1 of their second-round series.

They had no intention of ever using it. 1,090 more words

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Capellini: Islanders' Tavares Has Become A Truly Unstoppable Force

By Jeff Capellini
WFAN.com

Remember earlier in the season when John Tavares looked very much mortal?

Yeah, that was funny.

He looks like the best player in the sport right now. 1,293 more words

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Capellini: Spectacular Greiss Has Willed Islanders Into A Perfect Scenario

By Jeff Capellini
WFAN.com

As the Florida Panthers can attest, there’s one German wall that hasn’t been torn down.

In the midst of his team manning up in epic fashion Friday night, Thomas Greiss showed once again that he may very well be the Islanders’ MVP for the season, let alone in the first round of the playoffs. 1,045 more words

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Capellini: Beginning Of The End? Islanders May Be In Serious Trouble

By Jeff Capellini
WFAN.com

Somewhere between the Panthers deserving full marks and the Islanders failing to show up lies the truth.

The teams’ opening-round playoff series is now a best-of-three  1,048 more words

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Capellini: Islanders' Pulock Thriving Under Intense Playoff Spotlight

By Jeff Capellini
WFAN.com

Ryan Pulock will likely never see the AHL again.

The rookie defenseman is in the midst of a trial by fire in the Stanley Cup Playoffs, and so far is more than holding his own. 1,226 more words

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Capellini: Off Split In Florida, Islanders Ready For Pair Of Brooklyn Brawls

By Jeff Capellini
WFAN.com

The Islanders pretty much deserve to be right where they are.

Facing a bigger and more rugged opponent in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, the Isles have held their own through two games. 1,009 more words

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