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The New York Islanders host the Washington Capitals tonight in an effort to catch them atop the East Divisions. Islanders welcome back Noah Dobson, but still are without Michael Dal Colle. This story and more on today’s daily links!

After a stint on the NHL’s COVID List, Noah Dobson is back and ready to go. Michael Dal Colle is not and will miss his third straight game. (NYI Hockey Now)

The New York Islanders sent Cory Schneider down to Bridgeport on a conditioning stint. In his first start since March 6 2020, Schneider said he felt “pretty good”. (NYI Hockey Now)

We’re a bit more than halfway through the Islanders’ season, so it felt like the right time for Arthur Staple to check in on his bold predictions made prior to the start of the season. (The Athletic)

The New York Islanders hope to settle some scores with the first-place Capitals at home tonight. (Newsday)

Boston Bruins superstar winger David Pastrnak seems to be the latest to enter head coach Bruce Cassidy’s suddenly crowded dog house. With no goals in his last four, and just two over his last 8, his coach wants him to get a little dirtier. (Boston Hockey Now)

After having blown a lead in the first of the two game set with the Philadelphia Flyers, the Buffal Sabres picked up the win last night as they snapped their 17-game losing streak. (Philly Hockey Now)

On Wedensday, Penguins head coach Mike Sullivan said Jarry is day-to-day with the injury but remained off the ice. The injury seemed to catch teammates and even Sullivan off guard on Monday. (Pittsburg Hockey Now)

The Panthers have signed goalie of the future Spencer Knight, their top pick in the 2019 NHL draft. (Florida Hockey Now)

The cell phone of Alex Newhook chimed so many times while doing a Zoom call with local media just now, he had to silence it just to get through the rest of the interviews. Such things happen, I guess, when you sign a multi-million pro contract for the first time. (Colorado Hockey Now)

The return of Alex Pietrangelo wasn’t a great night for anyone as the Golden Knights fell 4-2 at the hands of the Los Angeles Kings. (Vegas Hockey Now)

The San Jose Sharks completed their sweep of the Minnesota Wild. What this means for the tankathon standings? (San Jose Hockey Now)

The Buffalo Sabres got their first win in 19 games, defeating the Philadelphia Flyers 6-1 at KeyBank Center on Wednesday. (NHL.com)

Auston Matthews scored for a third straight game, adding to his NHL-leading 24 goals, and the Toronto Maple Leafs defeated the Winnipeg Jets 3-1 at Bell MTS Place on Wednesday. (NHL.com)

Flames at Canucks was postponed due to COVID-19 protocol. The Canucks had two players and a coach on the list. (NHL.com)

The Pittsburgh Penguins are in the market for a center ahead of the 2021 NHL Trade Deadline on April 12, president of hockey operations Brian Burke told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on Wednesday. (NHL.com)

The Nashville Predators have entered the top 16 power ranks as they are on a six-game winning streak and are back in Discover Central Playoff race. (NHL.com)

Calgary Flames Jacob Markstrom has not been good in the month of March. The postponement last night did not allow him to end the month on a good note as the frustration continues. (TSN)

There’s a new sheriff in town atop the TSN Trade Bait board with just 12 days to go until the NHL’s trade deadline. His name is David Savard. (TSN)

 

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