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Noah Dobson Becomes Latest Islanders Player to Get Bit by Injury Bug

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ELMONT, N.Y. — Even on a day the New York Islanders don’t have any COVID cases to report they were hit with more bad news. Noah Dobson is now day-to-day with a lower-body injury the team announced as warmups were going on for Wednesday’s game against the New York Rangers.

Noah Dobson joins a growing list of Islanders players that have been sidelined because of injury or COVID. Ryan Pulock and Brock Nelson are both out with injuries, and the Islanders have been without Anders Lee, Josh Bailey, Kieffer Bellows, Andy Greene, Adam Pelech, Ross Johnston and Zdeno Chara due to COVID.

Dobson had appeared in 14 of the Islanders’ first 15 games this season. He has registered four points — all assists — in that span.

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