Rosner Wrap: Dufour’s AHL Debut, Islanders RR Mock-Up & More
Good morning. If you are reading this, then means you made it to the weekend, congratulations. The New York Islanders are on the ice Saturday morning ahead of their game against the Anaheim Ducks.
Here are the New York Islanders and NHL stories to know for today.
The New York Islanders fired 33 shots on Florida Panthers netminder Sergei Bobrovsky in the loss, a shot total that New York Islanders head coach Lane Lambert will be proud of on most nights. But the Islanders only mustered one goal as last year’s issues carried over in Game 1. New York Islanders.
The New York Islanders failed to capitalize on their chances in their season-opening loss to the Florida Panthers on Thursday night. After the first period, the New York Islanders had all the momentum, but the 18-minute intermission allowed the Panthers to regroup and take control of the game. Here’s the postgame mailbag. New York Islanders.
The Bridgeport Islanders opened up their season on the road in Rhode Island against the Providence Bruins. Despite racking up 43 shots on goal, the result was a 3-1 loss. Here’s your Rapid Recap. Bridgeport Islanders.
The biggest positive of Thursday night was the play of New York Islanders netminder Ilya Sorokin, who turned aside 26 of 28 shots he faced on the night. Ilya Sorokin’s play is critical to the franchise’s success this season. New York Islanders.
The release date for the Reverse Retro jerseys is slated for Oct. 20, with a sneak peek coming on Oct. 19. Ali Murji, who has been on top of all the information for these jerseys, along with artist Orion Taylor, put together a prediction catalog based on the information they had received Their New York Islanders Reverse Retro prediction looks in line with everything that NYI Hockey Now has heard…except for two things. New York Islanders.
We’ve entered week six of the NFL season and even more great deals from Draftkings Sportsbook as the NFL betting season is particularly upon us. NFL Bet 5, Get 200 Moneyline. New York Islanders.
Every week Joshua Linsenberg will catch up with Brett Riley for an in-depth conversation on the state of the Sharks. The LIU Sharks took it to Stonehill, beating them 7-1 last Saturday before tying Quinnipiac 2-2 on Sunday. Here’s what head coach Brett Riley had to say: LIU.
The Boston Bruins will be going it without Jake DeBrusk for this weekend’s home opener as he’s been ruled out for Saturday night’s tilt against the Arizona Coyotes at TD Garden. Boston Bruins.
The Philadelphia Flyers made three roster moves Friday, a day when three key players were not able to practice in Voorhees. Philadelphia Flyers.
Jake Allen with a potential save of the year, making a sprawling save with his stick while pushing off cross ice. Montreal Canadiens.
Washington Capitals top prospects Hendrix Lapierre and Vincent Iorio will take their next step toward the NHL and play professional North American hockey this season. After a strong training camp, the two have made the Hershey Bears‘ opening night roster and will start the season at the AHL after years in juniors. Washington Capitals.
The San Jose Sharks welcome Brent Burns and the Carolina Hurricanes into SAP Center for their unofficial home opener. Evgeny Svechnikov got the Sharks off to a quick start, but the Canes kept grinding the Sharks down, outshooting the home side 16-4 in the middle frame. Sebastian Aho deflected the late game-winner, and the Sharks ruined a spectacular James Reimer performance. San Jose Sharks.