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Green Lantern: Fitz Better Rebound, Because He's Jets' Only Hope

By Jeff Capellini
WFAN.com

The new round of nicknames came fast and furious.

Pickpatrick.

Fitzpicktrick.

Summa cum dumbe.

There were many others I really can’t mention in this space because it is, after all, sort of reserved for family viewing. 1,202 more words

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Capellini: Halak Is Showing Why He's Still Islanders' Best Option In Net

By Jeff Capellini
WFAN.com

Many Islanders fans are in love with Thomas Greiss. It’s understandable considering the incredible job he did throughout the 2015-16 season. 1,314 more words

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Green Lantern: Jets Signing Forte Is Turning Out To Be Brilliant Move

By Jeff Capellini
WFAN.com

They felt he wasn’t the same player.

They have been dead wrong.

Some NFL pundits looked at the Jets’ signing of veteran running back Matt Forte during the early stages of free agency as a bit of a reach. 1,160 more words

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Green Lantern: A Must-Win For Jets Against Bills? You Better Believe It

By Jeff Capellini
WFAN.com

It shouldn’t matter that we’re only entering Week 2. If the Jets can’t beat the mess that is the Buffalo Bills on Thursday night, they won’t deserve the benefit of the doubt going forward.  1,182 more words

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Fans Reveal Ways To Improve Islanders' Game Day Experience At Barclays

By Jeff Capellini
WFAN.com

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Jon Ledecky may see the writing on the wall as far as a new arena for the Islanders is concerned. 980 more words

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Capellini: Snow Has Done Well, But Islanders Need Another Impact Move

By Jeff Capellini
WFAN.com

If the first few days of free agency were any indication, Garth Snow appears to be determined to turn the Islanders into a better team on paper than they were at the end of last season. 1,405 more words

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Capellini: Time Has Come For Islanders To Go All-In In Free Agency

By Jeff Capellini
WFAN.com

The Islanders need to do something radical this offseason.

Profound by their standards, but quite common for many other teams.

They need to spend money, serious money, on offensive players who aren’t already their own. 1,417 more words

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