POSTED ON Wednesday, 10.26.2011 / 5:26 PM ET
May 24, 1980. One of the best days of my life. Scoring tickets to Game 6 at the last minute. Watching Nystrom Score the OT goal. Parking lot craziness. Then heading down Hempstead Tnpk to the Calderone Concert Hall to see one of my favorite Prog Rock bands Gentle Giant in my Trottier Jersey. For the encore the Derek the lead singer came out in an Isles Jersey and played their song Number 1,  from their Album Civilian. Place went nuts! Show was broadcast on WLIR and is avail on the interwebs.

-David Sattinger
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POSTED ON Wednesday, 10.26.2011 / 5:14 PM ET
From @sampuckdrop13:
My best Islanders memory was on September 19, 2010. I got invited to training camp to meet Ricky DiPietro. I had his game worn jersey and he signed it for me and I gave him a birthday card so he gave me a huge hug. He gave me his goalie stick and told me to have the whole team sign it.  I met the entire team and got a great gift from Rick.  I'll never forget how great the team was to me.







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POSTED ON Thursday, 10.20.2011 / 9:42 AM ET
This tweet from @trumanperro sent yesterday is this week's #Isles40th tweet of the day:

@NYIslanders Eliminating the then Stanley Cup Champs Penguins even with out Turgeon. Mario? Jagr? Nah, David Volek! #Isles #Isles40th


The Islanders are honoring the 1992-93 team on Oct. 29th. Tickets for the Decades Pack available here. 

Congrats! You win a commerative yearbook for having the tweet of the day.

Every Wednesday, share your stories with us on Twitter using the #Isles40th hashtag or, if they're too long for 140, send them to nyisocialmedia@gmail.com
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POSTED ON Wednesday, 10.19.2011 / 7:14 PM ET

One of my best memories?  Being at a game just after the Canadian government helped 6 Americans escape the Iranian hostage crisis in January or February 1980 and getting choked up when the ENTIRE crowd sang the Canadian National anthem at full volume from start to finish and ended with a standing ovation
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POSTED ON Wednesday, 10.19.2011 / 7:10 PM ET

December 26, 2008. Bill Guerin scoring his 400th goal...wait a minute, this happened too..


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POSTED ON Wednesday, 10.19.2011 / 7:06 PM ET
My favorite memory was when Mike Bossy reached 50 goals. The exuberance he showed was inspiring. After that I trained harder and went on to score 25 goals in my high school senior year, just before I blew out both knees.

-David West
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POSTED ON Wednesday, 10.19.2011 / 7:04 PM ET
Watching Bobby Ny's shot hit the twines to win the cup, then, later, having Bryan Trottier come to the Wheatley Tavern in Westbury to personally thank all the Islander fans for their support.  A classy guy!

Rich Goldhaber
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POSTED ON Wednesday, 10.19.2011 / 6:18 PM ET

I was six years old during the 1992-93 playoffs. Pierre Turgeon was my favorite player. It was game seven of the Pittsburgh Penguins series. My mom had just gone to sleep, and I was awake with my dad in our living room in Deer Park. I remember asking my dad, who was the Islanders PA announcer at the time, to not go crazy if the Islanders scored because mom was asleep, and I hated those loud and sudden reactions at the time because I was so young.

When David Volek's one-timer from Ray Ferraro went into the net, my father and I jumped up and whispered as loud and as excited as we could without freaking me out. We rejoiced if we had just won the cup. It was a truly amazing moment, and one I will never ever forget.

-Brett Kahn
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POSTED ON Thursday, 10.13.2011 / 11:15 AM ET
This tweet, sent by @inthefade yesterday won our Tweet of the Day for the #Isles40th stories:

@NYIslanders Hanging a banner that said MAY THE FOURTH BE WITH YOU as they tried for their 4th cup.

Every Wednesday, share your stories with us on Twitter using the #Isles40th hashtag or, if they're too long for 140, send them to nyisocialmedia@gmail.com

If your tweet is chosen as Tweet of the Day, you will win this season's commerative yearbook.
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POSTED ON Thursday, 10.13.2011 / 10:36 AM ET
I remember that day I attended the game when Billy Smith #31 banner went up. And I first saw the Stanley cup.


Submitted by Daniel Geiger
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