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NEW YORK ISLANDERS MEDIA CLIPS FOR THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2014
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Game Preview: Islanders at Bruins
Johnny Boychuk and Chad Johnson return to Boston for the first time.
Islanders Introduce Ownership Partners
Charles Wang welcomed Jon Ledecky and Scott Malkin into the fold on Wednesday.
Isles TV: Islanders Ownership Press Conference
Isles TV: Jon Ledecky/Scott Malkin Media Scrum
Anders Lee recalled, Colin McDonald waived, Mikhail Grabovski placed on IR
Jim Baumbach, Newsday
Isles' new owners learning from Charles Wang
The two businessmen who will own the controlling interest in the Islanders in two years said Wednesday they view their transition as an apprenticeship of sorts.
Mark Herrmann, Newsday
New Islanders owners say they want to keep the fan base
In his first public comments as a future team owner, Jon Ledecky asserted that saying hello to Brooklyn does not mean saying goodbye to anyone.
Arthur Staple, Newsday
Old home night in Boston for Islanders' Johnny Boychuk
The moving van just came to Johnny Boychuk's condo here on Tuesday and his family left for Long Island just Wednesday. The timing is merely a coincidence.
Brett Cyrgalis, NY Post
Two-game skid prompts Isles’ GM Snow to shuffle deck
The Islanders aren’t exactly panicking, but neither are they sitting on their hands and waiting for a two-game losing streak to undercut their good start to this season.
Meet the new Islanders bosses
On a rainy Wednesday afternoon on Long Island, the lower lobby of Nassau Coliseum was filled with so many pats on the back it was hard to spot the truth through the cacophony of righteousness.
Stepnhen Lorenzo, NY Daily News
New Islanders owners introduced, can't resist hoping for fifth Stanley Cup
Jonathan Ledecky and Scott Malkin introduced as new majority owners of Long Island hockey club, are reserved and measured in presser, but here to win.