New York Islanders Tampa Tickets
The New York Islanders compete in the National Hockey League and are members of the Eastern Conference. They play their home games at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, however they will be moving to the Barclays Center, as 2014 draws to a close. During the early eighties they dominated the NHL by winning four consecutive Stanley Cups and nineteen consecutive playoff series. Their head coach is Jack Capuano and they are captained by the attacking centre player, John Tavares. The Islanders have Sparky the Dragon as their mascot. Get New York Islanders Tampa tickets and watch the Islanders show their supremacy on the ice rink.
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The New York Islanders are one of the three teams in the National Hockey League that share the claim of representing New York. The Islanders, along with the New York Rangers and the New Jersey Devils are based in the New York City metropolitan area. However, the New York Islanders stand distinguished from the rest by their terrific record in the NHL. With six Conference championships and six Division titles, topped off by four revered Stanley Cups, the Islanders have had an impressive career, matched by only a few teams.
The Islanders will face off the Tampa Bay Lightning in a game scheduled away from home at the Tampa Bay Times Forum. Tampa which is also nicknamed the “Big Guava”, is the third most populous city in the state of Florida. Ice Hockey Fans at Tampa will be looking forward to settle the score with the visitors, as the Islanders emerged victorious in their last fixture. Get New York Islanders Tampa tickets and watch a nail-biting contest between these two sides.
The New York Islanders are recognized by their unique logo which shows the letters “NY”, with “Islanders” encompassed in a circle. The NY are placed on top of, what seems to be an orange mass. It is actually a silhouette of a part of Long Island, where the primary fans base of the Islanders resides. Their colors of orange, blue and royal white are reflected in their logo and their kits.