Good news sounds like it's on the way for Islanders fans.
According to a report from Newsday, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is expected to announced on Saturday that any Islanders playoff games this season and all regular-season games next season will be played on Long Island at the Nassau Coliseum.
Following next season, the Islanders will then head to their permanent new home at Belmont Park.
The way things currently stand, the Islanders were to split home games, both regular season and playoffs, between the Coliseum and Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
Per the report, if Cuomo's new plan indeed becomes a reality, the Islanders' final home game at Barclays Center will be on March 22, when they host the Carolina Hurricanes.
After years of failed attempts to upgrade the Coliseum, the Islanders moved to Barclays Center for their entire home schedule in 2015-16. In 2018-19, the team began splitting games between Long Island and Brooklyn. All of the movement was much to the chagrin of fans on Long Island, who then had to commute to Brooklyn to watch their team play in an arena that was build for basketball.
But now, it finally sounds like the Islanders will be able to call the Coliseum home - their only home - until they move into their new arena.