The official New York Islanders podcast of Gotham Sports Network - in collaboration with IslesBlog
Brocktoberfest w/ Peter Schwartz I PTIsles23/10/2019 Duración: 53min
In the latest edition of PTIsles, Joe Buono (@IslesBlog) is joined by CBS 880 Sports Anchor and Ny Sports Day writer, Peter Schwartz (@SchwartzSports). Topics Discussed: - A not overly impressive 4 game winning streak - Brocktober continues - Barzal is shooting (and scoring) - Teenage Love (Wahlstrom & Dobson) - Brassard struggles - Belmont bound - Attendance challenges
Isles Alumni: Mick Vukota I PTIsles11/10/2019 Duración: 37min
In the Alumni edition of PTIsles, Joe Buono (@IslesBlog) is joined by Islanders fan favorite and enforcer, Mick Vukota who spent parts of 10 seasons on Long Island. Mick talks about Islanders ownership commitment to alumni in recent years and what teammates he's excited to see on Saturday Night. Later, Vukota talks about the 1993 Islanders, beating the Penguins and his reaction to Dale Hunter's hit on Pierre Turgeon. Plus, the Islanders-Rangers rivalry, playing with Islanders legends and the night of his natural hat trick vs the Washington Capitals in 1989.
Groundbreaking w/ p-b-p radio voice Chris King I PTIsles04/10/2019 Duración: 28min
In the 2019-20 season premiere of PTIsles, Joe Buono (@IslesBlog) previews the upcoming season with the play-by-play radio voice of the New York Islanders, Chris King. They discuss Josh Ho-sang's trade request, Noah Dobson making the team and the few, but new additions to the roster. Later, the talk about breakout candidates, a full season of Devon Toews, prospects that impressed and the scene at the Belmont groundbreaking last Saturday.
It Could Have Been Worse I PTIsles02/07/2019 Duración: 51min
In this edition of PTIsles, Joe Buono (@IslesBlog) and Gotham Sports Network's James Duffy (@TwoTurtleDuffs) discuss the fallout from a July 1st that brought on a wide range of emotions for Islanders Country. The Islanders lose out to the Rangers for Artemi Panarin, the Captain stays as Anders Lee inks a 7 year deal and Semyon Varlamov replaces Robin Lehner in net under curious circumstances.