NYIHN Daily Links: Wahlstrom Could be Offensive Spark Islanders Need & More
The New York Islanders, after sneaking away with a 1-0 victory over the Boston Bruins, were back on the ice for practice. With the offense struggling to produce Oliver Wahlstrom deserves a chance to see if he can help this issue. This story and more on today’s daily links!
To say the New York Islanders’ offense is struggling may be an understatement. But 20-year old Oliver Wahlstrom could be the spark they need. (NYI Hockey Now)
The Islanders just played their final home-open ever at Nassau Coliseum, without fans. Peter Schwartz, who attended the game, described the empty-feeling. (NY Sportsday)
Islanders’ young defenseman Noah Dobson understands the reason he did not see more minutes last season. In Andrew Gross’s latest, Dobson and head coach Barry Trotz discuss his development.
Despite the many issues facing the Boston Bruins right now, their perfect penalty kill has been a silver lining. (Boston Hockey Now)
In a rather sloppy performance against the Washington Capitals, the Pittsburgh Penguins overcame a two-goal deficit twice, before taking the game in overtime. (Pittsburgh Hockey Now)
The San Jose Sharks this season are a very easy team to play against Nothing that was in the plans has worked out. (San Jose Hockey Now)
Despite trailing in the third, the Florida Panthers come back in Sergei Bobrovsky’s season debut to beat the Chicago Blackhawks in overtime. (Florida Hockey Now)
The Carolina Hurricanes are the latest team to be hit by COVID-19, as there seems to be a flaw in the NHL’s testing procedure. (TSN.com)