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Morning Skate Updates: Islanders at Lightning

Projected lines, news and quotes ahead of Saturday's Islanders-Lightning game

by Cory Wright WrightsWay / New York Islanders

The New York Islanders take on the Tampa Bay Lightning on Saturday night at Amalie Arena at 7 p.m. Watch the game on MSG+ or MSG GO, or listen to the game on 88.7FM, 101.9FM or 660AM. Read the game preview here. Check the games notes. 

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Game Preview: Islanders at Lightning

The Islanders start a back to back weekend in Tampa Bay (7 p.m. MSG+ MSG GO)

by Cory Wright WrightsWay / New York Islanders

NEW YORK ISLANDERS (10-6-2) AT TAMPA BAY LIGHTNING (15-2-2)

7 P.M. AMALIE ARENA

TV: MSG+ MSG GO

RADIO: 88.7FM, 101.9FM, 660AM 

GAME NOTES


The league-leading Tampa Bay Lightning will be a litmus test for the New York Islanders, as they get a shot at the NHL's top team on the road on Saturday night. (7 p.m., MSG+, MSG GO). 

The Islanders are coming in off two straight wins, as the Isles scored a win over the best team in the Western Conference last Saturday in St. Louis and beat a team that has given them fits over with a win over the Carolina Hurricanes on Thursday. 

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The Skinny: Islanders 6, Hurricanes 4

Islanders statistician Eric Hornick runs the numbers on the Isles win over the Hurricanes

by Eric Hornick ehornick / New York Islanders

Recap: CAR 4, NYI 6

Barzal, Boychuk help Islanders rally past Hurricanes

Mathew Barzal had a goal and two assists and Johnny Boychuk scored the go-ahead goal to rally the Islanders by the Hurricanes for a 6-4 win

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The Skinny - Game 18

Isles 6, Carolina 4

Johnny Boychuk's second goal of the season broke a 4-4 tie with 4:25 to play and Mathew Barzal scored a goal and added two assists as the Isles rallied for a 6-4 victory before a crowd of 11,188 on Military Appreciation Night at Barclays Center. 

Boychuk was on-ice for all five even strength/shorthanded goals scored by the Isles as he became the first Islander in 15 years to go +5 in a game. The Isles remain unbeaten in regulation this season in Brooklyn (6-0-2).

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Recap: Islanders 6, Hurricanes 4

The Islanders ride a three-goal third period to a 6-4 win over Carolina

by Cory Wright WrightsWay / New York Islanders

Thursday's 6-4 win was a roller coaster ride for the New York Islanders, but one that ultimately ended with two points. 

The home team jumped out to a 3-1 lead in the first period, watched it slip away in the second and rallied for the win in the third over the Carolina Hurricanes. Johnny Boychuk's slapper from the half wall broke a 4-4 tie at 15:35 of the third, as the Isles improved to 6-0-2 this season at Barclays Center. 

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VetDog Drops Ceremonial Puck

Charlie - a black lab training with America's VetDogs - dropped the puck at Thursday's Isles-Hurricanes game

by New York Islanders Community Relations NYIslanders / New York Islanders

Call it a ceremonial pup drop.

Charlie - a service dog being trained to work with veterans - dropped the ceremonial puck at Barclays Center on Thursday night. Charlie is a black labrador retriever training with America's VetDogs, which pairs service dogs with veterans who have vision or hearing impairments, or PTSD. The Islanders are raising money for the organization through the team's pucks and paws calendar, which is on sale now.

Order your pucks and paws calendar here.

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Military Appreciation Night

The Islanders paid tribute to the military during Thursday's game against Carolina

by New York Islanders NYIslanders / New York Islanders

Supporting the troops is important to the New York Islanders. 

The Islanders treated 500 military members and their families to Thursday night's game, as a thank you for their service. It's a small token of their appreciation for putting their lives on the line to defend the United States. The night featured military-themed warmup jerseys, a ceremonial puck drop from an America's VetDog, messages from service members abroad on the video board and helped raise money for the United Heroes League.

Check out the sights from the Islanders Military Appreciation Night. 

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PHOTOS: Thomas Greiss' New Mask

Greiss' mask pays tribute to the US military at Fort Bragg

by Alex Leafer NYIslanders / New York Islanders

Thomas Greiss' New Mask

Thomas Greiss' New Mask

Greiss pays tribute to the soldiers at Fort Bragg with military-themed mask

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Thomas Greiss is sporting a new mask with tributes to the US military, specifically the divisions at Fort Bragg. Greiss also teaches hockey clinics at Fort Bragg, so the base holds a special place in the goalie's heart. Take a closer look at Isles netminder's new mask. 

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Morning Skate Updates: Islanders vs Hurricanes

Projected lines, news and quotes ahead of Thursday's Islanders-Hurricanes game

by Cory Wright WrightsWay / New York Islanders

The New York Islanders host the Carolina Hurricanes on Thursday night at Barclays Center at 7 p.m. Watch the game on MSG+ or MSG GO, or listen to the game on 88.7FM, 103.9FM or AM970. Read the game preview here. Check the games notes. 

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Game Preview: Islanders vs Hurricanes

The Islanders and Hurricanes meet in a Metropolitan Division matchup (7 p.m., MSG+, MSG GO)

by Cory Wright WrightsWay / New York Islanders

NEW YORK ISLANDERS (9-6-2) VS CAROLINA HURRICANES (7-5-4) 

7 P.M. - BARCLAYS CENTER - BUY TICKETS

TV: MSG+, MSG GO

RADIO: 88.7FM, AM970, 103.9FM

MILITARY APPRECIATION NIGHT

MORNING SKATE UPDATES - GAME NOTES


The Islanders are back in action after a four-day break in the schedule - their longest stretch without a game so far this season - when they host the Carolina Hurricanes.

This is the first meeting between the Metropolitan Division rivals this season and the Metro is as tight as it's been in years. As of Thursday morning, six points separate first from eighth in the division and only two points separate the fifth-place Islanders (20 points) from seventh-seeded Carolina (18 points). 

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Pucks and Paws Calendar On Sale Now!

Proceeds from calendar go to America's VetDogs

by New York Islanders Community Relations NYIslanders / New York Islanders

The 2018 New York Islanders Pucks and Paws calendar is on sale now! 

The Pucks and Paws calendar is available online, on the concourse at Islanders home games and at the pro shop at Northwell Health Ice Center. 

Proceeds from this year's calendar will benefit America's VetDogs, a Long Island-based organization that trains dogs to assist combat veterans emotionally and physically.

It's a new year with new adorable puppies posing with your favorite Islanders. It's a cute calendar for an even better cause, so help support America's VetDogs today and get yours! 

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