Two goals from Anders Lee lead the Islanders over the Ottawa Senators for their first win in just over a month. It’s been a whiiiile since the New York Islanders have added another win to their record, but the trip up to Ottawa finally broke an 11-game losing streak.
There could be goals! It’s the battle of Previously Covid-Ravaged Teams! Both sit on 15 points, which is...not good. For the Islanders, that’s after 20 games and for the Senators, that’s after 23 games.
The Ottawa Senators host the New York Islanders on Tuesday December 7th, 7:10pm ET at Canadian Tire Centre in NHL Regular Season play. The New York Islanders are favored in the matchup, with the moneyline for NYI set at -152.
No moral victories for losses to other bad teams. Well, here we are. It is Dec. 6, 30 days since the New York Islanders’ last victory. Sunday night they did several of the things a team needs to do to have a chance at a win ...
They created chances, they got a morale-boosting late goal, they lost the coinflip. That’s how it’s going. The New York Islanders lost in extra time for the third consecutive game, extending their winless/losing* streak to a horrifying 11 games as they fell to the Chicago Blackhawks in a shootout at Belmont Park.
The Islanders continue to seek their first win at Belmont Park. Calvin de Haan is tonight’s “Can you believe this building? What was it like in your day” guest of honor as the New York Islanders continue to break in their new home while breaking the spirits of once-hopeful fans.
The Islanders now haven’t won in 10 games. At this rate, if the Islanders are going to keep making these small steps “in the right direction” to get them out of their first-quarter hole, they’re not going to catch up until August.
After consecutive games were postponed because of a Covid-19 outbreak, the New York Islanders returned to action on Thursday night, losing to the San Jose Sharks, 2-1 in overtime, to earn their first point since Nov.
Hey, I’m trying to remain optimistic, here. The New York Islanders last night hosted the San Jose Sharks in their first game in six days and their first game since returning from their brief COVID-19 shutdown.
The New York Islanders departed Tampa Bay last June exhausted and a step closer to the Stanley Cup Final than the prior season. The off-season provided uncertainty and question marks. The squad was close in the room and just as close to returning to the Final since 1984.
The New York Islanders host the San Jose Sharks on Thursday December 2nd, 7:40pm ET at UBS Arena in NHL Regular Season play. The New York Islanders are favored in the matchup, with the moneyline for NYI set at -130.
November may be one of the longest months the New York Islanders and their fans endured in quite some time. Despite the opening of UBS Arena, the Islanders hit one wall after another to start the season.
The New York Islanders are in a world of hurt and not at all where many expected this team to be before the 2021-22 NHL season began. A long list of injuries and COVID cases has seen the roster ravaged and it’s no wonder the team is in such a bad way when it comes to the NHL standings.
A team many expected to be better than they’ve shown this season, the New York Islanders might be at a crossroad early in the 2021-22 NHL campaign. Sitting last in the Metropolitan Division, the season is getting close to slipping away on a club that was thought to be an early playoff contender in the East.