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Islanders Hockey Blog:
The Islanders returned Kevin Poulin to the Bridgeport Sound Tigers yesterday. Poulin did not see any game action in the week he spent as Al Montoya’s back up.
The move appears to be a precursor to the return of Evgeni Nabokov, who has been on injured reserve retroactively since November 17 with a groin injury. Prior to the injury he was 1-5-0 with a .910 save percentage in eight appearances.
The goaltending trio the Islanders had will, for the time being, return to a more conventional goaltending duo of Al Montoya and Evgeni Nabokov.
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The animated .gif below tells it all.
Now Orpik was hurt, came back with stiches above the nose area, but I don’t think the damage was done by Hamonic.
The gif was posted at HFBoards by a user named HookeyPookey.
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Uniondale, NY -- The Islanders six game point streak came to an end last night with a sobering 6-3 loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins. The Penguins James Neal tied the game twice before his team wrestled control of the game away from the Islanders. They were also assisted by a controversial penalty called against Travis Hamonic; a five-minute major elbowing and a game misconduct.
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For the past several seasons, the New York Islanders enjoyed little success against the Montreal Canadiens.
Their luck could be changing.
In a matchup of the Eastern Conference's two lowest-scoring teams, the Islanders look to beat the Canadiens for a fourth straight time Tuesday night in Montreal.
When these teams met Nov. 17 on Long Island, New York (9-12-6) scored all of...
Team Record: 9-12-6
Last Game: 6-3 L vs. PIT
Season Series: 1-0-0 of 4
Team Record: 12-11-7
Last Game: 2-1 W @ NJD
Season Series: 0-1-0 of 4
The Penguins and Islanders don’t agree on much. They did both believe, however, that a major penalty assessed to New York defenseman Travis Hamonic for a hit on Brooks Orpik wasn’t a penalty.
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Good morning from CONSOL En...
The Montreal Canadiens will try to post consecutive wins for the first time in a month when they host the New York Islanders tonight at the Bell Centre.