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10-04-2003, 11:08 AM
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Tough opening act for Isles (NHL.com)

http://www.nhl.com/columns/kreiser/o...act100303.html

Tough opening act for Isles

No team during the Islanders' 31 NHL seasons has opened on the road
as often as the Isles. In fact, the Islanders have opened the season
in Los Angeles more times (5) than they have at home. They have a
better record, too, going 3-2-0 on opening nights in Hollywood while
splitting their four season-openers on Long Island.
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Nylander's out, Jagr has an injury, Isles have six preseason wins and going into game seven have no major injuries?

I'm glad the Isles are opening in Washington. Wish they would open a season at home, however.

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i dont want them to open at home till they get that "FORT NEVERLOSE" attitude... they have the fans they just need to do their part and be a real "HOMER"

 
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we should be 3-0 for the home opener...4-0 after it...

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