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The Barn is Back, Baby!

Today was a special day not just for the Islanders, but for Drive 4 Five. I was at the Coliseum announcement today covering the events, and I was able to speak with Jon Ledecky, Brett Yormark, as well as other executives and journalists and ask them questions about the big move! 845 more words


Islanders to return to Nassau Coliseum on part-time basis

In a unique arrangement, New York governor Andrew Cuomo announced on Monday that beginning next season the New York Islanders will split time between Barclays Center and their old arena, Nassau Coliseum, until a new rink project at Belmont Park is completed. 379 more words

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Nassau Coliseum Live Stream Information

It is a big day for the Islanders. Today, Governor Andrew Cuomo will be announcing the Islanders return to the Nassau Coliseum. Here is the link to the live stream:



Islanders Reach Deal To Play Many Home Games At Nassau Coliseum

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — It will be an odd arrangement, but it’s a safe bet the vast majority of fans will absolutely love it.

With a cast of luminaries on hand, Gov. 818 more words


Report: Bettman Tours Renovated Coliseum; Isles Playing Temporarily At Old Home Gains Momentum

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Maybe they’ll call Nassau Coliseum home again, after all.

According to a report in Newsday, NHL commissioner Gary Bettman toured the refurbished arena in Uniondale on Tuesday, setting the stage for the possibility of the Islanders playing some games there in the future while their new arena at Belmont Park is constructed. 304 more words


New York Islanders could return to the renovated Nassau Coliseum: report

The New York Islanders could make a triumphant (and temporary) return to Nassau Coliseum while they wait for their new digs at Belmont Park to be constructed. 253 more words

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Belmont Park Decision Expected Wednesday Sources said


A third bidder, Syosset-based Blumenfeld Development Group, announced Dec. 4 that it was withdrawing its proposal, citing the state’s “extraordinary requirements” that “appear to create a selection process that has been predetermined.” 268 more words