Most N.H.L. teams do not have to look up where they are playing their home games, but such is the transient nature of the Islanders this season.
After 29 games of bouncing between Barclays Center in Brooklyn and Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale, N.Y., the team’s quirky double-home-rink situation comes to an end, for now, after Saturday’s 5-2 win over the Edmonton Oilers in Brooklyn.
The Islanders’ remaining 12 regular-season home games will be at the Coliseum, the franchise’s home from 1972 to 2015. It is close to its practice facility and most players’ homes.
“I never had a problem with Barclays Center, but the Coliseum is just home,’’ Islanders forward Matt Martin said. “They were great to us in Brooklyn, but the Coliseum is where you get that true Islander experience.”
The disjointed season has not affected the team in the standings. After missing the playoffs the past two seasons, the Islanders (35-17-6) are surging under their new coach, Barry Trotz. They lead the Metropolitan Division ahead of the defending Stanley Cup champions, the Washington Capitals, the team Trotz coached last season.
The Islanders announced Friday that the team and its fans may have to make their way back to Brooklyn in the playoffs. Should the Islanders reach the postseason, the first round of home games would be played at Nassau Coliseum, but subsequent rounds would be at Barclays Center because, according to a team statement, “Nassau Coliseum does not qualify as an N.H.L. major league facility.”
Nassau Coliseum, which was renovated in the team’s absence, is the smallest arena in the N.H.L., with a capacity of about 13,900. Barclays Center, which seats 15,795 for hockey, has 100 suites; the Coliseum has only 11. Maximizing revenue means playing where more premium seats are available.
It remains unclear how long the Islanders will continue to split time between two arenas and, to a degree, two fan bases.
In December 2017, the Islanders, with state officials, announced plans to build a new arena adjacent to Belmont Park Race Course. About a month later, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said the team would play about half of its 41 home games at Nassau Coliseum until the new arena opens in 2021. This season, the Islanders will ultimately play 21 games in Uniondale; the N.H.L. is not expected to release next season’s schedule until June.
The Islanders have sold out six of their nine games in Uniondale so far, while Brooklyn games were usually at about 70 percent capacity.
Attendance has suffered since the team moved to Brooklyn in 2015. This season, the Islanders are last in attendance, averaging a little less than 12,000 fans a game.
But the differences in the two arenas go beyond numbers. Barclays Center, where in 2016 the Islanders won their only playoff series since 1993, was not built with a hockey rink in mind and has unusual sight lines. And most Long Island fans willing to drive to Nassau Coliseum will not often make the trek by train to Brooklyn, though the team’s playing close to Manhattan has attracted some new fans.
“Barclays Center works for me,” said Ed Wiatrak, a longtime season-ticket holder who drives to Brooklyn from Staten Island for almost every game. “The Coliseum winds up costing me more with gas, tolls and parking. But I will go wherever the team is playing.”
The return to the Coliseum has invigorated the fan base with the boisterous charm it had when the Islanders won the Stanley Cup four times in the 1980s. Fans are overjoyed to have the team back. The tradition of driving to Nassau Coliseum to tailgate and commiserate for hours before the opening face-off has been restored.
“I prayed they would come back to the Nassau Coliseum,” said Annemarie Briskie of Wantagh. “I like the tailgating where everyone is wearing their Islander jerseys and having fun. It feels like family. If Belmont never gets built, so be it. As long as we're here. Brooklyn always felt like a stopgap.”
In this renaissance season, the Islanders have benefited from being home no matter the arena. Heading into Saturday’s game, the Islanders were 6-1-2 this season on Long Island and 12-6-2 at Barclays Center.
Forward Cal Clutterbuck, an Islander since 2013, said the two-arena situation may be working to the team’s advantage.
“It’s a little unusual, but it’s not a negative,’’ he said. “Playing back at the Coliseum is a break from the grind of traveling back and forth to Brooklyn. It’s kind of nice.”
Grace Lee, the wife of Islanders captain Anders Lee, said she relished games at the raucous Coliseum but also liked the city feel of contests in Brooklyn.
“Brooklyn is so close to our friends in Manhattan, friends from college who come to the games. We have gained fans there,’’ said Lee, who grew up in Chicago and was an All-American lacrosse player at Notre Dame. “And the Coliseum atmosphere is amazing. You feel wanted and loved there. The crowd, the noise, that fan connection is very special.”B:
跑狗图每期自动更新o【头】【领】【跪】【了】【下】【来】，【众】【匪】【跟】【着】【跪】【下】，“【我】【等】【拜】【服】。” 【那】【大】【汉】【也】【挣】【扎】【着】【要】【跪】【下】，【苏】【正】【忙】【扶】【住】，“【来】【人】，【送】【这】【位】【壮】【士】【去】【好】【好】【休】【息】。” 【解】【决】【了】【这】【一】【大】【难】【题】，【苏】【正】【马】【上】【将】【他】【们】【重】【新】【编】【号】，【进】【行】【训】【练】。 【而】【且】【用】【人】【不】【疑】，【很】【多】【安】【排】【了】【很】【重】【要】【的】【岗】【位】，【同】【时】【让】【他】【们】【吃】【饱】【喝】【足】，【还】【承】【诺】【会】【有】【晌】【银】【发】【放】。 【几】【天】【下】【来】，【这】【帮】【子】【土】【匪】
【狡】【猾】【天】【狗】【见】【橡】【实】【果】【被】【抓】【出】【来】【后】，【挣】【扎】【的】【更】【加】【激】【烈】【了】，【可】【惜】【它】【遇】【到】【了】【臭】【臭】【泥】，【愣】【是】【翻】【不】【起】【任】【何】【的】【浪】【花】。 【不】【过】【兰】【方】【还】【是】【象】【征】【性】【的】【给】【了】【它】【点】【面】【子】，【一】【把】【拉】【开】【喵】【喵】【道】：“【好】【了】，【别】【生】【气】【了】，【我】【问】【这】【橡】【实】【果】【一】【点】【东】【西】，【你】【帮】【我】【翻】【译】【翻】【译】。” 【喵】【喵】【不】【开】【心】【的】【小】【心】【嘀】【咕】【了】【几】【句】，【老】【老】【实】【实】【退】【到】【了】【一】【旁】，【波】【克】【比】【从】【布】【兜】【里】【窜】【出】【脑】【袋】
【前】【两】【个】【条】【款】【执】【行】【后】《【深】【夜】【画】【廊】》【的】【总】【股】【数】【回】【到】940【万】【股】，【华】【云】【基】【金】【占】【有】【其】【中】【的】570【万】【股】【的】【投】【票】【权】。【他】【们】【这】【个】【算】【盘】【在】【房】【诗】【菱】【看】【来】【相】【当】【于】【以】【入】【股】【增】【资】750【万】【为】【对】【价】，【获】【得】《【深】【夜】【画】【廊】》【矩】【阵】【两】【年】【的】【经】【营】【权】。【两】【年】【内】【赚】【到】【的】【钱】，【按】【股】【份】【分】【配】【给】【股】【东】，【但】【是】【房】【诗】【菱】【那】【份】【得】【分】【给】【华】【云】【一】【半】。 【这】【个】【方】【案】【算】【是】【仁】【者】【见】【仁】，【房】【诗】跑狗图每期自动更新o【裴】【寅】【森】【和】【简】【沐】【之】【各】【怀】【心】【思】【的】【吃】【了】【饭】，【简】【沐】【之】【因】【为】【手】【上】【有】【伤】【就】【不】【能】【给】【宝】【儿】【洗】【澡】【了】，【等】【宝】【儿】【洗】【了】【澡】【出】【来】【的】【时】【候】，【简】【沐】【之】【已】【经】【躺】【在】【简】【宝】【儿】【的】【床】【上】【睡】【着】【了】。 【裴】【寅】【森】【有】【些】【无】【奈】【的】【看】【着】【床】【上】【的】【女】【人】。 【简】【宝】【儿】【小】【声】【的】【开】【口】，“【爸】【爸】，【妈】【妈】【睡】【着】【了】【吗】？” 【裴】【寅】【森】【点】【了】【点】【头】，【拿】【着】【睡】【意】【给】【简】【宝】【儿】【穿】【上】。 【简】【宝】【儿】【又】【开】【口】【道】，“
【第】【二】【天】【大】【早】，【安】【妮】【还】【要】【回】【校】【上】【课】，【这】【两】【姐】【弟】【也】【要】【去】【幼】【儿】【园】，【叶】【晨】【也】【就】【没】【有】【再】【留】【下】【来】。 【他】【答】【应】【过】【金】【朵】【朵】【的】，【所】【以】，【还】【要】【回】【金】【朵】【朵】【那】【边】【一】【趟】。 【在】【叶】【晨】【开】【车】【回】【到】【金】【朵】【朵】【住】【的】【别】【墅】，【把】【车】【停】【下】【来】，【往】【里】【面】【进】【去】，【除】【了】【看】【到】【保】【姆】【阿】【姨】【外】，【叶】【晨】【还】【看】【到】【了】【金】【朵】【朵】【的】【奶】【奶】。 “【奶】【奶】，【你】【回】【来】【了】。” 【看】【到】【金】【朵】【朵】【奶】【奶】【也】【是】
【霁】【风】【正】【要】【转】【身】【进】【屋】【去】【找】【点】【东】【西】，【就】【听】【见】【身】【后】【传】【来】【一】【声】： “【师】【父】【小】【心】……” 【声】【音】【之】【凄】【厉】【惊】【恐】【在】【这】【空】【间】【显】【得】【格】【外】【突】【兀】。 【没】【有】【丝】【毫】【防】【备】【心】【的】【霁】【风】【还】【没】【来】【得】【急】【转】【身】【就】【感】【觉】【一】【阵】【阴】【风】【没】【入】【了】【身】【体】，【然】【后】【脚】【下】【一】【个】【打】【滑】，【在】**【惊】【恐】【的】【眼】【神】，【大】【张】【的】【嘴】【巴】【和】【还】【没】【放】【下】【的】【尔】【康】【手】【面】【前】…… 【华】【丽】【丽】【的】【来】【了】【个】【拌】【脚】【摔】。
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