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The New York Islanders went into their game against the Pittsburgh Penguins on a five-game slide. But a late goal by captain Anders Lee gives the Islanders a much-needed win. Through the first nine games, both Islander netminders have seen ice time. These stories and more on today’s daily links!

Captain Anders Lee lit the lamp late in the third period as the Islanders hold on to beat the Pittsburgh Penguins. This win snaps the Islanders’ five-game losing skid. (NYI Hockey Now)

What led to that game-winning goal by Lee? Well the turning point of last night’s game and our own  Christian Arnold looks at how a late-game penalty by Pittsburgh set up the winning play. (NYI Hockey Now)

In the latest Rosner Report, Stefen Rosner breaks down the play of the Islanders’ netminders through the team’s first nine games. (NYI Hockey Now)

Long Island University netminder Garrett Metcalf has been the perfect building block for this first-year program. (NYI Hockey Now)

Given the recent postponements, the NHL has announced seven changes to the Islanders’ schedule. (NYI Hockey Now)

Tonight was not the prettiest of games for the Islanders, but they found a way. (

With the win tonight, the Islanders remain undefeated at the Coliseum this season. (Newsday)

The Boston Bruins expect to have Jake DeBrusk and Matt Grzlecyk back for their Wednesday showdown against the New York Rangers. (Boston Hockey Now)

In the loss to the Islanders, the Penguins started off slow but then found their stride in the latter half of the game. (Pittsburgh Hockey Now)

The biggest enemy to the next week for the Colorado Avalanche will not be COVID, but rust. (Colorado Hockey Now)

This season, the Florida Panthers and Tampa Bay Lightning merged their minor league team into one. That AHL team kicked off their season tonight with a win. (Florida hockey Now)

Dallas Stars head coach Rick Bowness has scratched starting netminder Anton Khudobin today due to discipline. (

After dealing with back spasms, Carter Hart is back for the Flyers. (

NHL players are leaning towards the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to defeat the Kansas City Chiefs in the Super Bowl. (

Auston Matthews extended his goal streak last night as the Maple Leafs beat the Canucks. (

The Columbus Blue Jackets put defenseman Zack Werenski on IR. (


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