New York Islanders Schedule 2022-2023
Follow the distinctive blue and orange emblem with this New York Islanders schedule. Mark your calendars and join the passionate crowd at UBS Arena or tune in from home to support your favorite team throughout the season.
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New York Islanders Schedule Games (NHL Playoffs)
The Islanders lost the series 4-2.
- Game 1: Hurricanes @ PNC Arena (W 2-1)
- Game 2: Hurricanes @ PNC Arena (W 4-3 OT)
- Game 3: Hurricanes @ UBS Arena (L 5-1)
- Game 4: Hurricanes @ UBS Arena (W 5-2)
- Game 5: Hurricanes @ PNC Arena (W 3-2)
- Game 6: Hurricanes @ UBS Arena (L 2-1 OT)
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New York Islanders Scores
- 10/14, Panthers, UBS Arena, L 3-1
- 10/16, Ducks, UBS Arena, W 7-1
- 10/19, Sharks, UBS Arena, W 5-2
- 10/21, Devils, UBS Arena, L 4-1
- 10/23, Lightning, Amalie Arena, L 5-3
- 10/23, Panthers, FLA Live Arena, L 3-2
- 10/27, Rangers, UBS Arena, W 3-0
- 10/29, Hurricanes, PNC Arena, W 6-2
- 10/30, Avalanche, UBS Arena, W 5-4
- 11/02, Blackhawks, United Center, W 3-1
- 11/04, Blues, Enterprise Center, W 5-2
- 11/05, Red Wings, Little Caesars Arena, L 3-0
- 11/08, Flames, UBS Arena, W 4-3 OT
- 11/09, Rangers, Madison Square Garden, W 4-3
- 11/11, Coyotes, UBS Arena, L 2-0
- 11/13, Blue Jackets, UBS Arena, W 4-3 OT
- 11/14, Senators, Canadian Tire Centre, W 4-2
- 11/18, Predators, Bridgestone Arena, L 5-4
- 11/20, Stars, American Airlines Center, L 5-2
- 11/22, Maple Leafs, Scotiabank Arena, W 3-2 OT
- 11/24, Oilers, UBS Arena, W 3-0
- 11/26, Blue Jackets, Nationwide Arena, W 3-2
- 11/27, Flyers, UBS Arena, W 5-2
- 11/30, Flyers, Wells Fargo Center, L 3-1
- 12/03, Predators, UBS Arena, L 4-1
- 12/05, Blackhawks, UBS Arena, W 3-0
- 12/07, Blues, UBS Arena, L 7-4
- 12/10, Devils, Prudential Center, W 6-4
- 12/11, Hurricanes, UBS Arena, L 3-0
- 12/14, Bruins, TD Garden, L 4-3 SO
- 12/17, Coyotes, Mullett Arena, L 5-4
- 12/18, Golden Knights, T-Mobile Arena, W 5-2
- 12/20, Avalanche, Ball Arena, L 1-0 SO
- 12/23, Rangers, Madison Square Garden, L 5-3
- 12/24, Panthers, UBS Arena, W 5-1
- 12/28, Penguins, UBS Arena, W 5-1
- 12/30, Blue Jackets, UBS Arena, W 2-1
- 01/02, Kraken, Climate Pledge Arena, L 4-1
- 01/04, Canucks, Rogers Arena, W 6-2
- 01/06, Oilers, Rogers Place, L 4-2
- 01/07, Flames, Scotiabank Saddledome, L 4-1
- 01/11, Stars, UBS Arena, L 2-1 SO)
- 01/13, Wild, UBS Arena, L 3-1
- 01/15, Canadiens, UBS Arena, W 2-1
- 01/17, Capitals, UBS Arena, L 4-3 OT
- 01/19, Bruins, UBS Arena, L 4-1
- 01/20, Sabres, KeyBank Center, L 3-2 OT
- 01/22, Hurricanes, UBS Arena, L 5-2
- 01/24, Maple Leafs, Scotiabank Arena, L 5-2
- 01/26, Senators, Canadian Tire Centre, L 2-1
- 01/28, Red Wings, UBS Arena, W 2-0
- 01/29, Golden Knights, UBS Arena, W 2-1 OT
- 02/07, Flyers, Wells Fargo Center, W 2-1
- 02/08, Kraken, UBS Arena, W 4-0
- 02/10, Canucks, UBS Arena, L 6-5
- 02/11, Canadiens, Bell Centre, L 4-3 OT
- 02/15, Senators, UBS Arena, L 3-2 SO
- 02/18, Penguins, UBS Arena, W 5-4
- 02/18, Bruins, TD Garden, L 6-2
- 02/21, Penguins, PPG Paints Arena, W 4-2
- 02/23, Jets, UBS Arena, W 2-1
- 02/25, Kings, UBS Arena, L 3-2
- 02/26, Jets, Canada Life Centre, W 4-0
- 03/01, Wild, Xcel Energy Center, L 2-1 SO
- 03/04, Red Wings, UBS Arena, W 4-1
- 03/08, Sabres, UBS Arena, W 3-2
- 03/10, Penguins, PPG Paints Arena, W 4-3 OT
- 03/12, Capitals, UBS Arena, L 5-1
- 03/15, Kings, Crypto.com Arena, L 5-2
- 03/16, Ducks, Honda Center, W 6-3
- 03/19, Sharks, SAP Center at San Jose, W 4-1
- 03/21, Maple Leafs, UBS Arena, W 7-2
- 03/24, Blue Jackets, Nationwide Arena, L 5-4 OT
- 03/25, Sabres, UBS Arena, L 2-0
- 03/28, Devils, UBS Arena, W 5-1
- 03/30, Capitals, Capital One Arena, W 2-1 SO
- 04/02, Lightning, Amalie Arena, L 5-0
- 04/02, Hurricanes, PNC Arena, L 2-1
- 04/07, Lightning, UBS Arena, W 6-1
- 04/09, Flyers, UBS Arena, W 4-0
- 04/11, Capitals, Capital One Arena, L 5-2
- 04/13, Canadiens, UBS Arena, W 4-2
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How long is the New York Islanders’ season?
The regular NHL season typically runs from early October to early April, spanning around six months and consisting of 82 games for each team. If the Islanders qualify for the playoffs, their season could extend into June, depending on how deep they progress in the playoff rounds.
How many seasons have the New York Islanders played?
Established in 1972, and as of April 24, 2023, the Islanders have played 50 seasons, consistently representing the state of New York and maintaining their original name throughout their history.
What was the best New York Islanders season ever?
The 1982-1983 season is often considered the pinnacle for the New York Islanders. During that season, the Islanders won their fourth consecutive Stanley Cup, becoming only the second team in NHL history to achieve this remarkable feat. Coached by Al Arbour, the team was led by key players such as Mike Bossy, Bryan Trottier, Denis Potvin, and Billy Smith.
What was the worst New York Islanders season ever?
The 2013-2014 season is often cited as one of the most disappointing for the New York Islanders. The team finished with a record of 34 wins, 37 losses, and 11 overtime losses, accumulating 79 points. This performance placed them 14th out of 16 teams in the Eastern Conference and caused them to miss the playoffs. The Islanders struggled with injuries, inconsistent play, and defensive issues.
Who is the New York Islanders’ biggest rival?
The New York Islanders’ biggest rival is typically considered to be the New York Rangers. The rivalry between these two teams, often referred to as the “Battle of New York” or the “Subway Series,” stems from their close geographical proximity and the fact that they both compete within the Metropolitan Division.