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Repetto: Beauvillier, Bailey, and Pageau Line Could be A Force Moving Into Playoffs

As the season winds down, the Islanders are in search of finding their complete game with the playoffs nearing. That means getting more out of their offense. They might have found one of their solutions after last night. Returning back into the lineup, Josh Bailey was placed on a newly-minted ...

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Zella: Loss of Anders Lee huge for the Islanders

Tonight marks the first time this season the New York Islanders will be without captain and leading goal scorer, Anders Lee. It creates a huge, almost unfillable hole in the Islanders’ top-six and a major blow to the team’s leadership on and off the ice. Few NHLers can do what ...

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Second line struggles continue to plague the Islanders

With Anthony Beauvillier back in the lineup, there was an initial thought that head coach, Barry Trotz, would keep the forwards mixed up. This turned out to be true, for a game or so. Beauvillier was placed on the third line with J.G. Pageau and Oliver Wahlstrom, with the other ...

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Islanders Beauvillier returns to the lineup tonight vs. Sabres

Tonight marks the return of New York Islanders forward, Anthony Beauvillier.  Beauvillier was injured on January 26th with a lower-body injury. Although Beauvillier was not off to a great start statistically, his missing presence has been a hole in the lineup. At times in the 2020 playoffs, Beauvillier carried the ...

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What Does the Islanders’ Lineup Look Like When Beauvillier Returns?

While it’s difficult not to trust head coach Barry Trotz with how he constructs the lineup, there have been some headscratchers this season, namely, whenever Leo Komarov is playing. Be that as it may, there’s a method to his madness, as we’ve seen, and, at least as of late, the ...

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Nichols: Islanders’ 2019-20 season was a major success

Who expected the New York Islanders to go six games deep into the Eastern Conference Final? The short answer: Only Lou Lamoriello and Barry Trotz. It was a season of ups and downs for the Islanders, from the 17-game point streak to sub .500 hockey the rest of the way; ...

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Islanders Second Line Revived in Game 3 Win

It’s been a little while since the New York Islanders second line took control of a game. That changed in Game 3 when the Islanders beat the Tampa Bay Lightning 5-3 on Friday night. The Islanders took a two-goal lead in the second period with goals by Adam Pelech and ...

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Despite losing in overtime, Islanders keep showing their resiliency in these playoffs

The Islanders have been good in the playoffs in many facets. Their defensive structure, goaltending, dominant play at 5-on-5 and offensive production, are just some that come to mind. Their resiliency though? That’s on another level. Even in falling to the Philadelphia Flyers 4-3 in overtime yesterday afternoon in game ...

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The second and third lines shine for the Islanders in Game 1 win

The Islanders know that if they are going to advance to the second round, they are going to need contributions from all four forward lines. Yesterday, it was the second and third lines which led the charge in the team’s 2-1 victory over the Panthers in game one of their ...

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Islanders’ Second Line Leading the Way

The New York Islanders 16-game point streak is the definition of historic. There are so many factors that have attributed to the “surprising success” of the Islanders, which we all know starts with head coach Barry Trotz and the structure he has put in place. It has transformed players such ...

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