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Take-Two, Gm. 32: Islanders vs. Flyers, Lines & Notes



New York Islanders Josh Bailey, Brock Nelson, Oliver Wahlstrom and others celebrate Nelson's goal in win over the Philadelphia Flyers on Monday

The New York Islanders (12-13-6) are back in action Tuesday for the second of a back-to-back against the Philadelphia Flyers (13-18-7). The Islanders took the first meeting as they beat the Flyers 4-1 on Monday night at UBS Arena.

The Islanders got depth scoring in the win, as Brock Nelson and Anthony Beauvillier scored along with a pair of fourth-lines in Casey Cizikas and Matt Martin. Islanders netminder Ilya Sorokin was the player of the game as he stopped 26 of 27 in the win.

With the back to back, it is likely that Semyon Varlamov (2-6-1, 2.59 GAA, .917 SV%) gets the nod in goal for the Islanders, with Carter Hart (7-12-4, 2.94 GAA, .911 SV%) in between the pipes for the Flyers.

The New York Islanders, with a win Tuesday, have the ability to get back to “NHL .500”.

“I think once you get to the 500 mark, it allows you to look forward,” Islanders head coach Barry said Tuesday morning.  “Okay, we got back to even now, what do we do with the next fifty-odd games and that’s where we can focus on.”

“But we just have to focus on, you know, you say a game at a time. I think we got to focus on just a period at a time.”

The Philadelphia Flyers have lost eight games in a row and with the win on Monday, the Islanders now sit three points behind them with seven games in hand.


Anders Lee — Mathew Barzal — Josh Bailey

Anthony Beauvillier — Brock Nelson— Oliver Wahlstrom

Kieffer Bellows— Jean-Gabriel Pageau — Zach Parise

Matt Martin — Casey Cizikas — Cal Clutterbuck

Adam Pelech — Scott Mayfield

Zdeno Chara— Noah Dobson

Robin Salo — Andy Greene

Semyon Varlamov

Ilya Sorokin


Joel Farabee — Claude Giroux — Cam Atkinson

James Van Riemsdyk— Kevin Hayes — Gerald Mayhew

Oskar Lindblom— Scott Laughton —Travis Konecny

Jackson Cates— Morgan Fost— Zack Macewen

Ivan Provorov— Justin Braun

Cam York — Travis Sanheim

Keith Yandle — Nick Seeler

Carter Hart

Martin Jones


Last night in New York, Brock Nelson, Casey Cizikas, Anthony Beauvillier, and Matt Martin each scored in a 4-1 win. The Islanders have not played a road game since December 14, 2021, in Detroit, and tonight is the only road contest they will play in their next eight games. The Islanders are 6-3-1 in their last ten games and have won four of their last five.


The Islanders come into this contest as the road favorite (-134) with the hometown Flyers the underdogs (+112). The over for the game is set at 5.5 goals at +118, with the under at -144.

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Tuesday’s contest will only be available to stream on ESPN+ and Hulu. There is no local broadcast. On the radio dial, the game can be heard on 1050 AM ESPN, 88.7 FM WRHU and 103.9 FM LI News Radio.


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