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NYHN Daily: Islanders Young Players Stepping Up This Season & More

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The New York Islanders (11-6-4) look to build off their latest win when they face the New Jersey Devils (7-8-2) tonight at 7 PM. The young talent on this Islanders team has stepped up this season, as patience is truly a virtue. This story and more on today’s daily links!

Sunday’s win over the Pittsburgh Penguins should have New York Islanders fans over the moon. No, not because of the fact that the Islanders finally managed to hold a third-period lead against Pittsburgh, but rather because of the young players that led the way in the victory. (NYI Hockey Now)

Listen to the latest edition of Hockey Night in NY, as Christian Arnold and Sean Cuthbert talk about the week that was for the Islanders and look ahead to their upcoming matchups. Joe Yerdon joins the show to discuss what is happening with the Sabres. (Hockey Night NY)

Should the Islanders focus on acquiring a scorer or adding some depth? Here’s what we are hearing about the Islanders trade deadline plans. (The Athletic)

Special teams played a large role in the Islanders’ successful homestand, part of a stretch of nine of 10 at Nassau Coliseum. They will need to continue performing well this week for the Islanders to keep making headway in the standings. (Newsday)

The New York Islanders and UBS Arena continue to charge towards sustainability as they partner with XL Fleet. (NY Sportsday)

Boston Bruins rookie forward Trent Frederic isn’t just impressing his teammates, coaches, and Bruins management these days, he’s also catching the eyes of plenty of pro scouts as we’re just over a month until the April 8 NHL Trade Deadline. (Boston Hockey Now)

We’re another step closer to having Flyers fans back at the Wells Fargo Center. On Tuesday morning, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf announced a new set of COVID-19 mitigation restrictions in the state. Wolf’s new guidelines center around maximum occupancy limits and out-of-state travel restrictions. (Philly Hockey Now)

Single-game tickets for the Pittsburgh Penguins’ first seven March home games at PPG Paints Arena will go on sale to the general public Tuesday at 10 a.m. at www.ticketmaster.com/penguins. (Pittsburgh Hockey Now)

It was a wild night in Vegas as the Golden Knights’ comeback to defeat the Minnesota Wild. This was one for the memory books. (Vegas Hockey Now)

It may only be the first of March, but after the past couple of days, who is not excited about the potential for a first-round playoff series between the Panthers and Carolina Hurricanes? Based on the past couple of games, it appears they already don’t like each other a whole lot. (Florida Hockey Now)

New edition of “Can’t Hear What Jeremy Says” here for your auditory pleasure. In this show, I welcome back former Avs video coach and longtime NHL scout/front office guy Scott Masters, for a talk on lots of things about life behind the scenes in the NHL. (Colorado Hockey Now)

How good can the San Jose Sharks be if Erik Karlsson is at his best? We got a glimpse of that last night in San Jose’s 6-2 victory over Colorado. (San Jose Hockey Now)

Carter Hart of the Philadelphia Flyers and Tristan Jarry of the Pittsburgh Penguins are not only part of an intense intrastate rivalry. They have their own personal contest going on this season. (NHL.com)

NHL Buzz: Stalock claimed off waivers by Oilers from Wild, Duclair out at least one week for Panthers, Chytil could return for Rangers on Tuesday. (NHL.com)

Colton Parayko, Jaden Schwartz and Tyler Bozak are out indefinitely for the St. Louis Blues with upper-body injuries, general manager Doug Armstrong said Monday. (NHL.com)

For the second game in a row, the Toronto Maple Leafs found ways to shut down two of the NHL’s top scorers on Monday. (TSN.ca)

Ottawa Senators winger Drake Batherson will have a chance to break the franchise goals streak record on Tuesday against the Montreal Canadiens. (TSN.ca)

Columbus Blue Jackets defenseman David Savard is part of the quartet of top-four defencemen that make up the top four spots on the first TSN Trade Bait board of the season. (TSN.ca)

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