- Geek & Sci-Fi
We're only four games into the 2015 NHL playoffs, but New York Islanders fans are already having themselves quite the post-season.
This New York Islanders fan will always have special memories about the departing Nassau Coliseum, mostly because she conceived a kid there.
Older New York Islanders season ticket holders are trying to stop the Daniel Bryan YES chants after Islander goals. They're Team Authority!
Krystofer Barch of the Florida Panthers pulled his own teeth and tossed them at a fan, marking the third self-dentistry NHL moment of the month.
Brett Gallant and Krys Barch found a loophole in the new NHL helmet rule by simply taking off one another's helmets before fighting. Smart, and adorable!
By way of Sports Grid comes the latest in Fans Going Woo technology -- a Godless machine captioned by the New York Islanders that can fire 12 t-shirts into the crowd in five seconds.
Fights in hockey have always been a key part of the game, for entertaining and also strategic reasons, but rarely do you get to see the goaltenders ever scrap it out.
Last week, NHL referee Chris Rooney became Internet famous for all the wrong reasons, after his voice cracked while he was calling off a goal during a game between the Carolina Hurricanes and the New York Islanders.
Evgeni Nabokov was picked up on waivers by the New York Islanders, but like anyone else who would be picked up by the Islanders, he doesn't want to play there.
Former New York Islander Kevin Colley is currently the coach of the Utah Grizzlies hockey team in the ECHL Premier AA league, but today he is an Internet star.
A paltry 3,136 fans braved the elements to watch the Islanders beat the Canadiens 4-1 at Nassau Coliseum on Sunday, the team's third consecutive win.
Sean Avery, the undisputed most hated man in a hockey arena, was at his havoc wreaking best over the weekend when he 'snowed' Islanders goalie Rick DiPietro in a classic show of douchebaggery on par with most Enrique Iglesias music videos then proceeded to hightail it away from a fighting opportunity when he was challenged by Islanders defenseman James Wisniewski.
The Islanders gave the Sabres 11 power plays during Buffalo's 7-1 rout last night, and it's pretty hard to imagine how that happened.
Good news for Maple Leafs goaltender Vesa Toskala: because Toronto won this game, he won't have to commit ritual suicide for allowing a 178-foot goal against the Islanders.
Today the NHL suspended the Islanders' Chris Simon for 30 games following his attempt to sever Jarkko Ruutu's Achilles tendon with his skate (video above).
There's simply more capital-A Awesomeness in this video than I can possibly measure with words.
With Leather policy dictates that I post video of hockey fights without ever learning anything or writing something in-depth about the NHL.