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Uniondale, NY -- Even with John Tavares scoring two goals and Travis Hamonic having a three-point night, the Islanders could not pull out a win and fell to the Washington Capitals 5-4 in the shootout.
The Islanders had a 4-1 lead before the Capitals scored three unanswered goals to tie the game in the third period. The loss marks the eighth time this season that the Islanders have blown a lead of two or more goals and ninth time they’ve lost when leading after two periods.
“We were playing a really good game tonight,” said a frustrated Travis Hamonic, who scored a goal and two assists in the loss. “It seemed they got a late one and then one early one to start the third. Maybe the wheels didn’t come off, but we got on our heels and just kind of down hill from there.”
“We know we should have had it locked up and we got to win this game,” He added later.
The Islanders opened the scoring at the 8:56 mark, scoring a wacky goal on Caps starting Michal Neuvirth. Matt Moulson’s shot wen...
BEST OF MAXIM
Uniondale, NY -- Overshadowed by last night’s loss were the milestones set by Matt Moulson and John Tavares, who both scored their 30th goals of the season.
It’s very fitting that they would both hit the milestone on the same night. Both started with the Islanders the same year and have risen to fame playing on the same line as one another. Not to mention, they’ve known each...
WACKY HOCKEY HIJINKS
I can’t remember seeing a goal like this in my years of watching the NHL. Islanders forward Matt Moulson got one of the oddest goals of his career when he netted the puck on a goal that deflected off of center John Tavares, then flies over the net, nails Capitals goalie Michal Neuvirth in the chest (who was turned around facing the goal trying to catch the puck), and then...
New York Islanders forward Matt Moulson scored the first goal of Tuesday night's NHL game against the Washington Capitals after the puck took a strange bounce that just has to be seen to be believed.
Moulson's shot from the blue line was initially blocked by Capitals goalie Michael Neuvirth. However, after Neuvirth made the save, the puck continued on into the back wall...
Bruce Ratner, co-owner of the Nets and head of Forest City Ratner, made a surprise appearance on the Islanders telecast to discuss the Islanders game in Brooklyn.
“The Islanders need to stay in New York,” Ratner told Howie Rose during the first intermission.
The Barclays Center will host a preseason game in October between the Islanders and New Jersey Devils. Fans and media...
The Islanders will host the Washington Capitals tonight for the final time this season at the Nassau Coliseum.
Coming into tonight’s game, the Isles won have two the three matchups between the two teams. They won 5-3 back on November 5 and again defeated the Capitals, this time 3-0, on January 17. The only loss to the Caps came back on February 28, when they fell 3-2 in overtime...
NY Islander Matt Moulson's off the goalie, off the wall, off the goalie's stomach goal vs the Washington Capitals. Your belly, your back, what's the difference?
Every time you check your email,...
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The Islanders are back in action tonight when they’ll host the Philadelphia Flyers at the Coliseum.
New York has won two of the four matchups these teams have had against each other. The Flyers downed the Isles 6-3 two weeks ago at the Wells Fargo Center. The Islanders took an early 1-0 lead, but the Flyers managed to take the lead in the first and added four more goals after...
Here are the Islander headlines for Friday, March 16.
Flyers 3, Islanders 2 - New York Islanders
Flyers Top Islanders 3-2 for 7th Straight win in 8 Games - Associated Press
Islanders’ Rally Comes up Short - Newsday
Bryz Loses Streak But Flyers Beat Islanders to Stay ‘on Right Path’ - Philadelphia Daily News
Moulson & Martin Post 3-2 Isles Loss - Hockeybuzz
The Score posted a fascinating video which Justin Bourne describes as narrated by “crazy people”—specifically speaking, shot-blockers like Nicklas Lidstrom, Niklas Kronwall, Travis Hamonic, Greg Zanon, Carl Gunnarsson and a few others—about the art and science of placing one’s body parts, many of them bare under uniforms, socks, shin or elbow pads, in front of pucks traveling...