New York Islanders Daily: Remembering Al Arbour
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A year ago yesterday the hockey world lost a legend. Longtime coach of the New York Islanders, Al Arbour passed away. A year and a day later the Islanders will hold a memorial service for him.
The service is at 11:30 am at the NORTHWELL HEALTH ICE CENTER
The service will be attended by John Tavares, Bill Torrey, Scotty Bowman, Jim Devellano, Jack Capuano and Jiggs McDonald will serve as the master of ceremony.
It’s definitely going to be a very nice service and something Islander fans should want to attend. Arbour was a legend for the Isles, and I’m sure the fans are very thankful for his service to the team.
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Yesterday we took a look at John Tavares’ rating in NHL 17 and raised the question of whether or not that was a fair rating. (Eyes On Isles)
Our guy Michel went more in depth for what Al Arbour meant to this organization. Definitely check it out (Eyes On Isles)
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