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The 5 Hole: Isles Escape Devils

The Islanders (26-21-10) host the Devils (25-23-10) in the second half of a home-and-home on back to back nights. It’s Berube vs Kinkaid in their respective nets. With 10:45 left in the first, Taylor Hall patiently waits and finds Miles Wood in front who taps it in to take a ...

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The 5 Hole: Huge W vs Avs

The Islanders (24-19-10) come back to Brooklyn from a tough loss in Ottawa to take on the struggling Avalanche (15-35-2) Sunday night. It’s Berube vs Pickard in net tonight. A neutral zone turn over leads to Colborne getting passed the defense and makes a sweet move on Berube to put the ...

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The 5 Hole: Sens Control Isles

The Islanders (24-18-10) head up to Ottawa to take on the Senators (28-18-6) in an afternoon game on Saturday. Anderson’s return to the Sens since leaving in early December to be with his wife (cancer). 4:10 into the game, Mark Stone gets his 20th of the year by banking the ...

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The 5 Hole: Six Goals vs The Six

The Islanders (22-18-10) host the Maple Leafs (24-17-9) Monday night in Brooklyn. Greiss with the start. 1:23 into the game, Strome lets a shot go from the slot on the rush and buries his own rebound to give the Isles an early lead. It wouldn’t last as our defensive zone struggles ...

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The 5 Hole: Hurricane Blows Through Brooklyn

The Islanders (22-18-9) host the Hurricanes (23-20-7) on Saturday night in Brooklyn. Berube with the start and at 10:07, Jacob Slavin puts a laser over his glove to open up the scoring. About 2 minutes later, a Seidenberg shot is defected by Lee in front to knot the score at 1. ...

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The 5 Hole: We Back

The Islanders (20-17-9) continue their home stand by facing off against the Canadians (29-13-7) Thursday night in Brooklyn. The Isles came out ready to play and Andrew Ladd notched the games first tally 13:07 into the first period. The second period  seemed like they took their foot off the gas ...

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The 5 Hole: Isles Beat a Top Team?

The Islanders (19-17-9) invite the hot Blue Jackets (32-10-4) into Brooklyn for a Tuesday night matchup. Anders Lee is out tonight due to a non-injury reason, likely sick or personal. Another slow start leads to a breakdown in front of the net and Nick Bonino getting credit for it. First ...

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