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Rosner Wrap: Islanders Proud of Fasching, DeAngelo’s Suspension



New York Islanders, Tony DeAngelo, Philadelphia Flyers

Pittsburgh, PA — Another day, another critical game for the New York Islanders as they are in Pittsburgh to take on the Penguins. Here’s your New York Islanders and NHL stories to know for today:


Like any new job, Lane Lambert has dealt with growing pains in year one as the head coach of the New York Islanders. But he’s finding his stride at the perfect time: [New York Islanders]

As I made the trip to Pittsburgh (passenger seat), here’s your latest Islanders mailbag:[New York Islanders]

Everyone at the NHL level has to work to get there, but for Fasching’s teammates, they are incredibly proud of what he’s been able to do this season. [New York Islanders]


Boston Hockey Now: Columbus Blue Jackets general manager, Jarmo Kekalainen, is still not happy with Boston Bruins over failed Gavrikov trade. Here’s why: [Boston Bruins]

Pittsburgh Hockey Now:  The Pittsburgh Penguins overcame a four-goal deficit to get their playoff chances back on track, but will it be enough? [Pittsburgh Penguins]

Philly Hockey Now: The Philadelphia Flyers will be without Tony DeAngelo for a bit, as the defenceman received a suspension for speering Corey Perry [Philadelphia Flyers]

Florida Hockey Now: Despite the odds being stacked against them, Florida Panthers forward Eric Staal believes the team still has a chance for the playoffs. Here’s why: [Florida Panthers]

Washington Hockey Now: Washington Capitals general manager Brian MacLellan isn’t hiding his intentions about being very active this offseason. [Washington Capitals]

Vegas Hockey Now: Are the Vegas Golden Knights running out of gas before the NHL Playoffs even begin? [Vegas Golden Knights]

Colorado Hockey Now: The Colorado Avalanche are starting to worry about captain Gabriel Landeskog’s health, putting his participation in the playoffs in doubt. [Colorado Avalanche]

San Jose Hockey Now: The San Jose Sharks were very active leading up to the NHL Trade Deadline, with a few deals on the burner that ultimately fell through. [San Jose Sharks]