The New York Islanders were back in action last night, as they defeated the New York Rangers by a score of 2-0. The fourth line scored twice for the Islanders as they shutout the Blue Shirts. Islanders’ third-line center J-G Pageau is making do with the changes around him this season. These stories and more on today’s daily links!
In the 2-0 victory, the Islanders’ fourth line scored both goals in the win. Martin, Cizikas, and Clutterbuck did everything tonight to help their team win. (NYI Hockey Now)
The turning point in the Islanders’ victory, was Semyon Varlamov’s breakaway save on Artemi Panarin. (NYI Hockey Now)
The number of Islander forwards that have played at one point or another on the wing of Jean-Gabriel Pageau this season could make up a line of their own and then some. But Pageau has dealt with the many changes as head coach Barry Trotz looked for the best combination. (NYI Hockey Now)
Islander netminder Semyon Varlamov recorded his third shutout of the season as the Islanders beat the Rangers.
Varlamov became the first goalie in Islanders’ history with two shutouts over the Rangers in one season. He picks up his third shutout in the season with the 2-0 win. (Newsday)
New York State officials visited the Islanders home at Nassau Coliseum to ‘take a look’ around. Cood Islander fans be allowed at home games
Boston Bruins’ forward David Pastrnak named NHL First Star of the Week. (Boston Hockey Now)
Pittsburgh Penguins head coach Mike Sullivan is not the only Mike Sullivan coaching in Pittsburgh. Let us explain. (Pittsburgh Hockey Now)
On the latest episode of Locked On Sharks, the crew discussed Vlasic’s rough weekend, the play of Dubnyk, and more. (San Jose Hockey Now)
Toronto Maple Leafs forward stayed red-hot as he pushed his goal streak to eight games in the win over the Vancouver Canucks. (NHL.com)
Newly acquired Blue Jacket Jack Roslovic put on the moves to score the decisive goal against the Hurricanes. (NHL.com)
The NHL has postponed additional games for the New Jersey Devils, Buffalo Sabres, and Minnesota Wild due to COVID-19. (NHL.com)
Despite the Ottawa Senators’ gritty performance, they picked up the loss against the Edmonton Oilers. (TSN.ca)
Blue Jackets’ forward Patrik Laine was benched by head coach John Tortorella in the win. (TSN.ca)
The National Hockey League admits fault for botched goal review in Columbus but what now? (TSN.ca)