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For the Rangers, defenseman Freddie Claesson is likely to miss Sundays game after suffering an upper-body injury during practice Saturday.Flames defenseman Travis Hamonic, who suffered a facial fracture while fighting with Vancouver Canucks defenseman Erik Gudbranson in the season opener Oct. 3, is skating with teammates but will miss his seventh straight game. NEW YORK (AP) Barclays Center is newer, sleeker and has the better food options. Nassau Coliseum has the history.With the New York Islanders splitting their home games between the two arenas this season, their fans have always been clear about their preference. They dont care much for Barclays Center, located in Brooklyn. 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I go to Brooklyn, its beautiful but its a very, very long commute. This is much more convenient. They blew it when they didnt just rebuild the arena here.The Islanders played their first 11 home games this season in Brooklyn, then began an 18-game stretch on Dec. 1 in which they are splitting games between the venues, before closing their home schedule with the final 12 on Long Island. The last game at Barclays Center will be Feb. 16 against the Edmonton Oilers, though it has not been announced how any playoff games will be handled.Josh Rosenberg, who lives about 10 minutes away from the Coliseum, said he will go wherever the team plays but prefers the Coliseum for its proximity and the atmosphere.Ive been coming to Brooklyn since they first started, the Freeport resident said at Barclays Center. I mean, it sucks to pay the extra fee to ride the train but Im a die-hard fan. Ill take the Coliseum any day, but I dont mind taking the trip out here. (The Coliseum has) a way better vibe. Its packed all the time, everybodys cheering and the real fans are there.The teams move to Brooklyn was announced in 2012 after a failed attempt to secure public financing for a new arena on Long Island and zoning approval was rejected for a privately funded development plan that would have included renovations to the Coliseum. It was announced as a 25-year deal and appeared to secure the Islanders future in New York amid talk the team could move to another city.Whatever the cozy charm many saw in the old Coliseum, the renovations were welcomed and the noise level has remained deafening.Attendance figures reflect the fans preference.In seven games at the Coliseum this season [url=http://www.officialcapitals.com/authentic-adidas-nicklas-backstrom-jersey]Nicklas Backstrom Jersey[/url] , the Islanders have averaged 13,568 fans with four sellouts of 13,917. They have drawn an average of 10,788 with no sellouts at Barclays Center, which has a capacity of 15,795. 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