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3 Takeaways: Islanders Snap Skid with 5-3 Win over Ottawa

The Islanders got back in the win column with a 5-3 victory over Ottawa on Tuesday night

by Sasha Kandrach @KandrachSasha / NewYorkIslanders.com

Put it in the win column.  

The New York Islanders defeated the Ottawa Senators 5-3 on Tuesday night at Canadian Tire Centre. In doing so, the Islanders snapped an 11-game winless (0-8-3) stretch and in turn, extended their point streak to four games (1-0-3). 

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Rapid Recap: Islanders 5, Senators 3

The Islanders end their 11-game winless streak with 5-3 win over Ottawa Senators

by Cory Wright @WrightsWay / NewYorkIslanders.com

At long last, the New York Islanders are back in the win column.  

The Islanders snapped an 11-game winless skid on Tuesday night, beating the Ottawa Senators 5-3 at Canadian Tire Centre.

Anders Lee (2G) and Oliver Wahlstrom powered a three-goal second period of the Islanders, while Kieffer Bellows and JG Pageau scored in the third. In the process, the Islanders picked up their first win since Nov. 6 in Winnipeg and while the Islanders snapped a lengthy losing streak, they extended their current point streak to four games (1-0-3).

Josh Norris (PPG), Nick Holden and Alex Formenton (SHG) scored for the Senators, who saw their three-game winning streak come to a close. 

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Islanders-Rangers Game Now Scheduled For March 17

Game postponed on Nov. 28 set to take place on March 17 at 7 p.m.

by NHL Public Relations @PR_NHL / NHL PR

The National Hockey League today announced that regular-season Game No. 328 featuring the New York Islanders at the New York Rangers, originally scheduled for Nov. 28, is now scheduled to take place on Thursday, March 17 at 7 p.m. ET at Madison Square Garden.

Tweet from @NYIslanders: #Isles News: The National Hockey League today announced that regular-season Game No. 328 featuring the New York Islanders at the New York Rangers, originally scheduled for Nov. 28, is now scheduled to take place on Thursday, Mar. 17 at 7 p.m. ET at MSG.

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This Day in Isles History: Dec. 7

The Isles retire send No. 9 to the rafters and Al Arbour returns behind the bench

by New York Islanders NYIslanders / NewYorkIslanders.com

Dec. 7, 1996 - Clark Gillies' No. 9 is retired. 

Of his 14-year NHL career, Gillies spent 12 years on the Island. The fomer left-winger won four-straight Stanley Cups with the Isles from 1980-83. Gillies amassed 663 points (304G, 359A) throughout 872 games. Gillies' 663 points are ranked fourth-all time in franchise history and his 891 PIMs are ranked seventh overall in franchise history.

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Game Preview: Islanders at Senators

The Islanders travel up to Ottawa to take on the Senators on Tuesday night

by Sasha Kandrach @KandrachSasha / NewYorkIslanders.com

NEW YORK ISLANDERS (5-10-5) AT OTTAWA SENATORS (7-15-1)

7:00 PM | CANADIAN TIRE CENTRE

WATCH: MSG+ | MSG GO | ESPN+

LISTEN: 88.7FM | 103.9FM 


The New York Islanders take on the Ottawa Senators on Tuesday night at Canadian Tire Centre. 

The Islanders enter the contest coming off a 3-2 shootout loss to Chicago on Sunday night. While the Islanders feel they are trending in the right direction as they picked up a point for a third-straight game on Sunday, they're looking to snap an 11-game winless stretch (0-8-3).

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Islanders Prospect Report: Dec. 6, 2021

William Dufour named to World Junior selection camp, Christian Krygier and Logan Cockerill net their first goals of the season

by Sasha Kandrach @KandrachSasha / NewYorkIslanders.com

Welcome to the Islanders Prospect Report, a weekly roundup of the Islanders junior, collegiate, and European prospects. Visit our In The System page for more prospect content. Read Alan Fuehring's Bridgeport Report on Tuesday.

Here are this week's updates on the Islanders prospects:


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Islanders Hosting Holiday Toy Drive on Dec. 11 at UBS Arena

Donate four or more new, unwrapped toys on Dec. 11 and get a 25% off coupon for the Isles Team Store or Pro Shop

by New York Islanders Community Relations NYIslanders / New York Islanders

Holiday Toy Drive

Date: Dec. 11, 2021

Time: 5 pm to Puck Drop

Location: UBS Arena

Donate: 4 or more new, unwrapped toys

Receive: A 25% off coupon for the Isles Lab Team Store or Pro Shop*

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Maven's Memories: Morrow's Moments

Stan Fischler on defenseman Ken Morrow's timely goals for the Islanders

by Stan Fischler @StanFischler / NewYorkIslanders.com

Ken Morrow was inducted into the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame, Class of 1995, for a reason.

He was one of the most accomplished defensive defensemen of all-time -- on the collegiate level, on the Olympic stage and in the Stanley Cup playoffs.

The native of Flint, Michigan starred for Bowling Green University after which he helped coach Herb Brooks' 1980 Olympians to a Gold Medal at Lake Placid.

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PHOTOS: Islanders Staff Holiday Toy Shopping Event

Islanders staff members picked out toys that the team will donate to kids in local hospitals this holiday season

by New York Islanders Community Relations @NYIslanders / NewYorkIslanders.com

The only line in the Westbury Target on Monday morning was made up of overflowing shopping carts.

Board games, slime, tye-dye kits, Hot Wheels, Lite Brite and plush toys flew off the shevles, as New York Islanders staffers hit the store early, picking out toys that the team will give to kids in local hospitals this holiday season. 

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The Skinny: Blackhawks 3, Islanders 2 SO

Islanders statistician Eric Hornick breaks down the numbers on the Islanders shootout loss to the Blackhawks

by Eric Hornick @ehornick / NYI Skinny

CHI @ NYI

Condensed Game: Blackhawks @ Islanders

Extended highlights of the Chicago Blackhawks at the New York Islanders

  • 09:15 •

The Skinny - Game 20
Chicago 3, Isles 2 (SO)

Noah Dobson scored at 19:56 of the third period to earn the Isles a point for the third straight game but Patrick Kane scored the only goal of the shootout as the Chicago Blackhawks edged the Isles 3-2 before another sellout crowd of 17,255 at UBS Arena.

The Isles are winless in 11 (0-8-3) and are 0-4-2 in their new home.

JG Pageau's power play tally had tied the game in the second period, but it was up to Dobson to force overtime with the latest tying goal by an Islander since March 3, 2015 (Anders Lee in Dallas).

The Isles have points in three consecutive games (0-0-3) but remain five games under NHL-.500 for the first time since January 16, 2012 (16-21-6). 

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