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NEWARK, N.J. -- Brad Boyes scored a power-play goal with 2:59 left in overtime, giving the New York Islanders a 5-4 victory over the New Jersey Devils Thursday night at the Prudential Center. After Devils defenseman Henrik Tallinder went off for a cross check, the Islanders put the pressure on during the power play. Boyes scored the game-winner off a mad scramble in front. The victory enabled the Islanders to push their record to 4-2-1 overall, while the Devils fell to 3-0-3, still not losing a game in regulation this season. John Tavares tallied two goals and an assist and Mark Streit and Keith Aucoin added one goal each for the Islanders. The Devils received goals from unlikely sources, all four coming by players scoring their first goal of the season. Tallinder scored his first goal in almost two years, while Steve Bernier, Ryan Carter and Adam Henrique, playing his first game after returning from a thumb injury, all scoring for New Jersey. Evegni Nabokov collected 28 ...
BEST OF MAXIM
If the Buffalo Bandits are going to up their win streak to four games this weekend, they’re going to have to do it without the NLL’s all-time leading scorer.
The team announced today that captain John Tavares will not play this Saturday when the team hosts East Division rival Toronto in a rematch of last year’s Division Semi-final contest. The 44-year old Tavares...
The New Jersey Devils were active on the waiver wire today as they have placed veteran tough-guy Cam Janssen on waivers, according to Darren Dreger of TSN.
No announcement has been made but I assume the Devils do this with the intention of sending Janssen to Albany if and when he clears waivers.
My guess is the Devils feel they have enough toughness on the big club with David...
New York Islanders winger Colin McDonald delivered a dirty hit on Tuesday night, which he received a penalty for. It’s likely that he’s got even more punishment on the way.
The NHL announced Wednesday that McDonald has earned himself a hearing with the league for his hit on Pittsburgh defenseman Ben Lovejoy in the second period of the Islanders’ win over the Penguins. The hit...
By Kristin Tullo (@K_Tullo)
The President of the AHL, David Andrews, said it best- “The AHL isn’t Hollywood.” If you listen to Andrews or anyone else from around the NHL development league, they will tell you how tough the league is and three words that always seem to come out of their mouths are long bus rides. It’s a challenge that many are willing to accept...
New York Islanders forward Colin McDonald received a two-game suspension from the NHL for boarding Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Ben Lovejoy during Tuesday night's game. The NHL's Department of Player Safety announced the suspension after a Wednesday hearing. Under terms of the collective bargaining agreement, McDonald will forfeit $7,567.56, based on his annual salary...
The NHL on Wednesday suspended New York Islanders forward Colin McDonald for two games after a boarding incident involving Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Ben Lovejoy on Tuesday.
In the Islanders' 4-1 win at the Consol Energy Center, McDonald was issued a boarding penalty and a game misconduct for his hit on Lovejoy at the 18:54 mark of the second period. The penalty was served...
It's not often when the team that is supposedly the Stanley Cup contender is getting booed at home loudly and with a lot of frequency in only the second home game of the season.
But that's exactly what happened at the Consol Mausoleum last night, as the "inferior" New York Islanders skated circles around the lackadaisical Penguins, 4-1.
That makes 3 losses out...
Ryan Strome (OHL Images)
Really starting to feel bad for Ryan Strome (NYI 2011 1st) as the New York Islander prospect doesn't belong in the OHL but yet there he is being the best player on a one line team. I get it the Islanders didn't want to burn a year of his entry level contract during this shortened NHL season.
And Strome is trying his best to help his Niagara IceDogs...
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Match-up - New York Islanders (3-2-1) @ New Jersey Devils (3-0-2)
Road/Home records - 2-1-1 -------------- 2-0-0
TV - MSG Plus, MSG Plus 2
Puck drop - 7:00 PM ET
Season series - Devils lead 1-0
Last 10: Islanders 3-2-1 / Devils 3-0-2
Projected starting goalies - Evgeni Nabokov (NYI) vs. Martin Brodeur (NJ)
Battle of the stats
Goals for/against per game
New York (I...
The New Jersey Devils picked up at least a point in their sixth consecutive game, though they didn't get the result they were looking for as they suffered their first home loss of the season.
The Devils came out and played a pretty mediocre first period. Both the Devils and Islanders exchanged a couple good chances in the first 20 minutes but it was New York that got on the...
NEWARK, N.J. -- Maybe the moribund New York Islanders have discovered some new life and are ready to turn the corner as a legitimate NHL contender. "We found a way to win on the road, and good teams are the ones to do that," said Islanders center John Tavares, who had two goals and an assist in the Islanders' 5-4 overtime victory over the New Jersey Devils on Thursday...
New Jersey Devils (3-0-3) @ Pittsburgh Penguins (4-3-0)
ROOT, MSG PLUS, NHLN-US - 1:00 pm/et
Consol Energy Center - Pittsburgh, PA
"Today Zach Parise leads the Pittsburgh Penguins into battle against his former team, the New Jersey Devils" - Headlines according to Hockey Insiderrrrrrrrrr.
In reality, Zach Boychuk will make his Penguins debut alongside...