Christian’s Daily Links: There Will Be a Game 4
The Islanders failed to close out their best-of-five game series with the Florida Panthers on Wednesday, which means Game 4 will take place. The game will be another noon start on Friday.
As far as Wednesday’s 3-2 loss the Islanders made plenty of mistakes that cost them the win. The biggest of them being the mental errors that resulted in penalties.
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The Florida Panthers were aided by the fact that their decision to juggle lines worked out in the end.
The Panthers kept the series alive. The Panthers Press Box recaps it all with some special guests, including myself. (Florida Hockey Now)
The Pittsburgh Penguins have their backs against the wall after dropping Game 3 last night. The full breakdown of what happened from Dan Kingerski on the ground in Canada. (Pittsburgh Hockey Now)
The Boston Bruins dropped their round-robin contest with the Tampa Bay Lightning. (Boston Hockey Now)
The Colorado Avalanche are closing in the No. 1 seed in the Western Conference. (Colorado Hockey Now)
Rocky Thompson’s time as an AHL head coach will help him as he jumps to an NHL assistant. (San Jose Hockey Now)
Around the Island
Anthony Beauvillier is producing for the Islanders still. (Newsday)
Semyon Varlamov takes the blame for a costly mistake in Game 3. (NY Post)