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NHL's Bettman: Get Isles to Brooklyn 'as soon as possible'
commissioner Gary Bettman , echoing Islanders owner Charles Wang 's comments last week, said he would like the Islanders to leave for their new home in Brooklyn "as soon as possible," but said the team is prepared to play out its lease, which expires after Read more »
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Things about to get ugly between Nets and Knicks ... on hockey?
Nets ownership is increasingly interwoven with the Islanders. They don't own any equity stake in Charles Wang's rising NHL team, but the Bruce Ratner - Mikhail Prokhorov combination will be the Islanders landlords in Brooklyn and have taken over the business from Nets Daily: For New Jersey Nets Fans Read more »
Capellini: Islanders Must Deviate From Formula And Get Aggressive This Summer
make in the hope that the same old process continues to keep the team on an upward trajectory? Sooner or later, owner Charles Wang has to green-light at least some significant spending, and I don’t mean doling out contracts on the basis of offsetting buy-out from CBS New York Read more »
NHL playoffs: Despite series loss, Islanders in great position for years to come
an entertaining style of play, and boundless optimism for the future with a move to Brooklyn looming in 2015—or 2014 if owner Charles Wang can work it out. The Islanders may have lost in overtime, 4-3, and lost the series in six games, but they gained respect from Sporting News Read more »
Atomic interferometry: The function of waves
just as if it were light. And that is precisely what a team led by Robert Bingham of the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory and Charles Wang of Aberdeen University, both in Britain, plan to do. Their device should be sensitive enough to detect irregularities in from Economist Read more »
Isles Lose, but Penguins Look Mortal
to a 2-0 lead in the first six minutes Sunday, electrifying the crowd of 16,170 that packed the arena that Islanders' owner Charles Wang has called a "dump." Then Pittsburgh scored four unanswered goals to carry a big lead into the third period.That seemed from Wall Street Journal Read more »