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  1. Islanders prospects claw back from three-goal deficit in rookie game in Allentown The New York Islanders top prospects carved out a character 5-4 shootout win against the Philadelphia Flyers prospects on Wednesday night at PPL Center in Allentown, PA. Oliver Wahlstrom scored the shootout winner, as the Isles rallied from a three-goal deficit in a dramatic rookie contest. Felix Bibeau, David Quenneville, Samuel Bolduc and Otto Koivula scored in regulation for the Islanders. "I thought it was a pretty intense game for a rookie game," Bridgeport Sound Tiger Head Coach Brent Thompson said. "The work ethic, the character, the guys pulled together, they kept pushing and they got rewarded. I'm obviously very happy with the first game and what we can build from there." The Isles came out strong in the opening frame but put themselves on their heels after relinquishing back-to-back goals, 34 seconds apart in the waning two-minutes of play. The Flyers then cushioned their lead 3-0, five-minutes into the second period. Despite the deficit, the Islanders displayed discipline and were eventually rewarded for their efforts. Bibeau got the Islanders going in the second period with a goal on the doorstep off of a feed from Koivula. Quenneville doubled cut the deficit down 3-2, with a one-timer from the point midway through the second period. The Flyers retook a two-goal lead, six minutes into the third period, but the Islanders continued to press and tied the score with nods from Bolduc and Koivula.
  2. Thats why we made the playoff,s and your team once again did not,isl had the best goaltending in the NHL and have the best coaching staff so know your hockey before you speak ok,thanks bro.
  3. This post is the same as last year the flyers will miss the playoffs again,there coaching is bad and dfence is poor ,offence is ok and goaltending is shabby at best. sorry to tell the truth,it hurts sometimes.
  4. They will miss the playoffs again bad goaltending and d fence.
  5. Islanders goaltender posted a 25-13-5 record with a 2.13 GAA, .930 SV% and six shutouts this season
  6. Ilya Sorokin won the Gagarin Cup - the KHL championship - on Friday, as CSKA Moscow swept Avangard four games to none. Sorokin was also named the KHL playoff MVP in the process. Sorokin had a marvelous playoffs, going 16-4-0 with a 1.20 GAA, a .956 SV% and five shutouts for CSKA. The Islanders' 2014 third-round pick (78th overall) recorded a pair of shutouts in the Gagarin Cup Final, the first goalie in KHL history to do so.
  7. New York Islanders Have Second Best Odds To Win Stanley Cup Caps 5/1#Isles 7/1 Flames 8/1 Blues 8/1 Golden Knights 8/1 Blue Jackets 9/1 Bruins 12/1 Predators 12/1 Lightning 12/1 Leafs 12/1 Sharks 18/1 Stars 20/1 Jets 20/1 Avs 25/1 Pens 40/1 Hurricanes 50/1
  8. Best goaltending in the nhl also.
  9. i see the chart shows all the flyers fans here,lol if claude giroux got hit like that it would be a cry for a week suspension.
  10. isl need to bring up ho sang,they need a offence threat,maybe give bellows a shot.
  11. SOROKIN RECORDS 10TH SHUTOUT, SETS CAREER-HIGH IN WINS: Ilya Sorokin recorded his career-high tying 10th shutout of the season on Monday (Feb. 4), as well as a new career-high in wins (26). Sorokin made 16 saves on Monday in CSKA Moscow's 3-0 win over Dinamo Minsk. The shutout was Sorokin's second straight after stopping all 12 shots in CSKA's 4-0 win over Severstal. Sorokin's 10 shutouts matched his previous high set during the 2015-16 season and are tied for the KHL lead with Lokomotiv goalie Ilya Konovalov. Sorokin's 26 wins establish a new career-high. The Islanders' 2014 third-round pick (78th overall) has won three straight games and is 26-6-3 this season with a 1.20 GAA and a .938SV%.
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