The New York Islanders (11-8-0) finish off their four-game road trip with a Monday nightcap against the Toronto Maple Leafs (10-5-4). Puck drop is slated at 7:30 PM from Scotiabank Arena.
The New York Islanders have dropped their last two contests and have lost three straight to the Toronto Maple Leafs, four of their last five dating back to the 2019-20 season.
There was no one missing from Islanders morning skate. Ilya Sorokin (12-7-5, 2.71 GAA, 925 SV%, 1 SO) was in the starter’s crease as he will make his 13th start of the season. He has faced the Leafs twice over his career and is win-less with a 3.05 GAA and a .921 SV%.
Erik Kallgren (2-2-3, 2.86 GAA, .893 SV%) was in the starter’s crease at Toronto Maple Leafs morning skate as he will make his eighth start of the season. He has never faced the New York Islanders.
Former New York Islanders captain John Tavares, the current captain of the Maple Leafs, sits tied will William Nylander for the team lead with 10 goals and his second in points, just one behind Mitch Marner with 21.
NEW YORK ISLANDERS LINES (PROJECTED)
Zach Parise— Mathew Barzal — Oliver Wahlstrom
Anders Lee — Brock Nelson — Anthony Beauvillier
Josh Bailey — Jean-Gabriel Pageau — Kyle Palmieri
Matt Martin — Casey Cizikas — Cal Clutterbuck
Adam Pelech— Ryan Pulock
Alexander Romanov — Noah Dobson
Sebastian Aho — Scott Mayfield
TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS LINES (PROJECTED)
#Leafs lines during morning skarte Nov. 21/22
Extra: Robertson, Simmonds
— David Alter (@dalter) November 21, 2022
Tonight, the New York Islanders visit the Toronto Maple Leafs in the first of three matchups between the two clubs this season, and the first of two visits the Islanders will make to Scotiabank Arena in 2022-23.
The last time these teams met was April 17, 2021 in Toronto, when Josh Bailey and Anthony Beauvillier each scored.
The Islanders look to capture their second straight Atlantic Division win as they visit Canada for the second time in seven days, and conclude their four-game road trip tonight.
DRAFTKINGS BETTING CORNER
Do you think the New York Islanders will beat the Toronto Maple Leafs? You can get the Islanders at +140, -175 on the reverse puck line. The Leafs come in at -165, +150 on the puck line.
The over for the contest is 6 at -120, with the under at +100.
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HOW TO WATCH
Monday’s contest will be available on MSGSN. On the radio dial, the game can be heard on 1050 AM ESPN, 88.7 FM WRHU, and 103.9 FM LI News Radio.