With Barnum & Bailey shutting down, looks like this is the best we can do for a traveling circus.

The New York Islanders' original home in Nassau -- where they created one of the NHL's great dynasties -- was so dilapidated by the time they left for Brooklyn, it was rightly called the Mausoleum.

True, the Barclay's Center is also on Long Island, but that's about all it has in common with the club.

It wasn't breaking news that the arena would suck as a hockey venue.

So what happens next? Click over to The Daily Player to find out.

If you wanna keep it movin' at the rink or anywhere else, Fanorama thinks you oughta check out this insulated, multi-compartment tailgating tote bag to make sure you've got your munchies-&-slosh needs covered:

insulated, multi-compartment tailgating tote bag

Note how we loaded that top compartment with healthy nosh. Is that a sign we're enlightened, or what! Just know that a hella lotta Cheetos fit in there, too.

Then there's the bottom compartment. Feel free to note that quality adult beverages may easily be substituted at your option:

insulated multi-compartment tailgating tote bag

Can you believe all this -- and utensils, if someone brings ice cream or pie -- is all yours for the how do they do it price of $55.99?

We can't, either. But hell, you're worth it!

It ships free, too. And we take Bitcoin. What's not to like? See you at checkout.





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