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New York Islanders tickets are not as hard to come by as people think. While the Islanders have a long tradition and a huge following for generations, getting tickets is possible. You can get good seats without having to pay an arm and a leg.
Even though the Islanders constantly put on a good show and are always competitive, there are always tickets available. For some reason, this is a team that has a lot of fair weather fans. So if they are not in first, there are always good seats available.
There are only a few games that really draw a huge crowd. Those games are when the Islanders play the Rangers, Devils or Blackhawks. If you are looking to go to get New York Islanders tickets for one of those games, no matter how the season is going, you are looking at a monumental task.
Otherwise, just use the internet and get the seats that you desire. They are always a great team to watch. Nothing beats great seats to a hard hitting hockey game in New York.
Location: Uniondale, New York
Stadium: Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
Conference: Eastern Conference
Division: Atlantic Division
1972-now, New York Islanders; [NHL]
New York Islanders hockey club came into existence when National Hockey League decided to make a team for Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum. The New York Islanders played their first match in 1972 losing with a 3-2 to Altanta Flames. The team was not as strong as their fanís would have liked it to be and won only twelve out of a total of seventy two matches finishing the season some 72 points behind their arch rivals the New York Rangers. Claiming the last place in the season made them eligible to receive the first overall pick in the 1973 entry draft. The team drafted Ottawa 67's defenseman Denis Potvin and hired Al Arbour as coach. Potvin gave some glorious performances for the New York Islanders.
The New York Islanders, a young and inexperienced team, felt their way around in the next season finishing the season with a 19-41-18 record. The next season saw the New York Islanders emerge as a stronger team with talented players including Denis Potvin, Clark Gilles, and Billy Smith. The team won 33 games and played their first National Hockey League playoff. Despite being the underdogs they defeated their arch rivals the New York Rangers in a best of three series in the first round. They came face to face with the dreaded Pittsburg Penguins, another favorite, in the next round.
The New York Islanders continued to build their team by drafting promising new players such as Bryan Trottier and Mike Bossy who were drafted by the team in the 1975-76 and the 1976-77 seasons respectively. Irrespective of the fact that they were gaining the reputation of one of the strongest teams of National Hockey League, they disappointed their fans by losing to the underdog Toronto Maple Leafs in the 1978 playoffs. The team gave a remarkable performance in the next year gaining a league best 51-15-14 record, losing, however, to the New York Rangers in a six series game. The New York Islanders gave their best performance in 1980 when they reached the Stanley Cup finals.
The team continued to draft young promising players such as Pat Lafontaine, Pat Flatley, and Kelly Hrudey who would make history for it in times to come. However, the fans missed the championship spark that was a trademark of the New York Islanders in the 1980ís. Some of the best players of the team began to leave the team or retire in the late 1980ís negatively impacting the teamís performance. The teamís performance deteriorated considerably in the next decade. However, they made it to the National Hockey League having their most successful run in almost a decade.
The team snatched Mike Milbury from the Bruins and appointed him as their coach in 1995. The New York Islanders missed the National Hockey League playoffs for the next season. The teamís management was unsteady at the end of the decade as Bill Stewart, Butch Goring and Peter Laviolette were selected to coach the team respectively. The 2003 playoffs were a disappointment for the fans since the team lost to Ottawa Senators in the first round leading to the sacking of Peter Laviolette and the consequent hiring of Steve Stirling as the teamís new coach.
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