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NYHN Daily Links: Mistakes Cost Islanders, Breaking Down Sorokin’s Debut



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After the 5-0 beatdown by the New York Rangers Saturday night, the New York Islanders had the day off on Sunday. The Islanders were very sloppy in the loss, as their mistakes cost them. Rookie netminder Ilya Sorokin had a rough start to his NHL career. These stories and more on today’s daily links!

After a 4-0 win on Opening Night against the New York Rangers, the Islanders got a taste of their own medicine. Their own mistakes attributed heavily to the loss. (NYI Hockey Now)

Rookie netminder Ilya Sorokin made his National Hockey League debut Saturday night. Despite the poor defense in front of him, he made mistakes of his own. (NYI Hockey Now)

Sorokin’s teammates did not do a good enough job in front of him Saturday night writes Mollie Walker. ‘We hung him out to dry” said head coach Barry Trotz. (New York Post)

Although we are just two games into the season, the Islanders have an opportunity to make a statement when they host the Boston Bruins tonight at 5:00 PM. (Newsday)

Trotz did not mince words after the brutal loss writes Arthur Staple. (The Athletic)

On Saturday afternoon, Islander fans flocked to the Belmont site for exciting giveaways and a chance to see the progress of UBS Arena. (NY Sports Day)

Off the record, the Florida Panthers’ mistakes have rippled the NHL Trade market. (NYI Hockey Now)

After sustaining an upper-body injury in game two of the season, Boston Bruins’ winger Ondrej Kase is doubtful for today’s game against the New York Islanders. (Boston Hockey Now)

Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Mark Matheson has been placed on Injury Reserve and will be out a while. Did this injury result from a hit in the Philadelphia Flyers game? (Pittsburgh Hockey Now)

The Florida Panthers pick up the win in their season opener. After coming so close to losing his iron man streak of 866 games, defenseman Keith Yandle played, and played quite well.  (Florida Hockey Now)

A day after coming out victorious on opening night, San Jose Sharks forward Timo Meier sat down for an exclusive 1-on-1 interview to discuss his St. Louis death threat, awkward pre-draft meeting, and more. (San Jose Hockey Now)


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