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One day left = two new Islanders videos

Nino Niederreiter celebrates his goal in the first

(Credit: Kathleen Malone-Van Dyke)

Embedded above is the Islanders video we shot Friday at Nassau Coliseum on the eve of the start of the lockout-shortened NHL season.

It includes interviews with John Tavares, Matt Moulson and Kyle Okposo.

Embedded below is highlights of our sitdown with Arthur Staple to discuss the start of the season for the Islanders.

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So why the booing of Tavares in Winnipeg?

John Tavares #91 of the New York Islanders

(Credit: Jim McIsaac)

What did John Tavares ever do to Winnipeg?

You couldn't help notice that every time he touched the puck Tuesday night, he received serious boos, the way a particularly unfriendly player gets them when he returns to a hostile environment.

But JT?

That was mentioned to him after the morning skate here on Thursday in St. Louis. He knew all about it. He said the very vocal fans in...

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Ramping up urgency, holding off panic

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Islanders go shopping for children

Kyle Okposo goes on a shopping spree for

(Credit: Howard Schnapp)

Members of the New York Islanders shopped for gifts at Toys 'R' Us in Carle Place that will be delivered next week to sick children at local hospitals....

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Islanders grow 'staches for prostate cancer awareness

Matt Moulson of the New York Islanders celebrates

(Credit: Jim McIsaac)

The New York Islanders rocked their mustaches for prostate cancer awareness. Mark Streit, John Tavares, Kyle Okposo and others give their thoughts on how to maintain a mustache and which Islander wears it best.

Enjoy the embedded video above....

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