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The New York Islanders (3-4-2) host the Buffalo Sabres (4-4-2) tonight at 6pm ET on NBCSN as they try to snap a five-game losing streak. The rough road trip should serve as a wake-up call for the Islanders. Head coach Barry Trotz has made adjustments to the Islanders’ second line in hopes that will get them going. These stories and more on today’s daily links!

As the Islanders get set to host the Sabres, the rough road trip, in which the team went 0-3-2, should serve as a wake-up call. (NYI Hockey Now)

Head coach Barry Trotz needs the second line to start producing. He has made a few adjustments over the last two games to try and spark something. (NYI Hockey Now)

Arthur Staple gives us his nine takeaways through the Islanders’ first nine games. Head coach Barry Trotz is looking for answers. (The Athletic)

The Islanders are happy to be back home but need a collective game to turn things around writes Andrew Gross. (Newsday)

Islanders’ prospect Bode Wilde is looking to make strides this season with the Bridgeport Sound Tigers of the American Hockey League (NY Sportday)

The Boston Bruins erase a three-goal deficit to beat the Washington Capitals. Defenseman Brandon Carlo and forward David Pastrnak play pivotal roles in the victory. (Boston Hockey Now)

The San Jose Sharks will now face the Vegas Golden Knights in Feb.13 home opener. (San Jose Hockey Now)

The Colorado Avalanche believe that the injury to superstar Nathan Mackinnon is not serious. (Colorado Hockey Now)

The Pittsburgh Penguins lost to the New York Rangers by a score of 3-1. The Penguins inability to come through on the powerplay was a major issue. (Pittsburgh Hockey Now)

The New Jersey Devils have an updated schedule due to COVID-19 postponements. (

The Vegas Golden Knights have four games moved after three postponements due to COVID-19. (

The NHL and the NHLPA begin Black History Month celebrations. (

Defenseman Tony DeAngelo, following an alteraction with teammates, has played his last game for the New York Rangers states general manager Jeff Gorton. (

After a bumpy start, Toronto Maple Leafs netminder Frederik Andersen is looking unbelieveable as of late. (









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