New York Islanders (9-7-6)

    Islanders 5, Hurricanes 4 (OT)

    Mat Barzal collected three assists in regulation and scored the game-winning goal in overtime to lead the Islanders to win over the Hurricanes. Bo Horvat was among four other forwards who found the back of the net for New York while Noah Dobson racked up three assists.

    NYI 5, CAR 4

    Islanders @ Hurricanes 11/30 | NHL Highlights 2023

    Extended highlights of the New York Islanders at the Carolina Hurricanes

    NYI 5, CAR 4

    NHL Highlights | Islanders vs. Hurricanes - November 30, 2023

    Mathew Barzal played the hero in overtime with his seventh of the season to give the New York Islanders a 5-4 win, holding off the Carolina Hurricanes after Sebastian Aho's goal forced a final frame in the dying seconds of the third period.

    NYI 5, CAR 4

    Islanders 5, Hurricanes 4 (OT): Barzal, Varlamov’s big nights cover passive effort

    “Here’s another lead we can blow!” | Photo by Josh Lavallee/NHLI via Getty Images

    New York Islanders at Carolina Hurricanes | FULL Overtime Highlights - November 30, 2023

    Watch the full overtime between the New York Islanders and the Carolina Hurricanes from Thursday, November 30, 2023.

    NYI 5, CAR 4

    Sebastian Aho Jams The Puck In With THREE SECONDS Left To Force Overtime

    Watch as Carolina Hurricanes forward Sebastian Aho fights to the last moment, jamming the puck past New York Islanders goalie Semyon Varlamov with under three seconds on the clock to force overtime.

    NYI 5, CAR 4

    Simon Holmstrom Delivers ANOTHER Shorthanded Goal With A Slick Backhand

    Watch as New York Islanders forward Simon Holmstrom delivers on the penalty kill, roofing a nasty backhand that pings the crossbar to tie the league lead with his third shorthanded goal of the year.

    NYI 5, CAR 4

    Islanders at Hurricanes: Make it quick [Game #22 thread]

    As part of pre-game rituals in Raleigh, Hurricanes players must complete a slalom cone obstacle course in suit and dress shoes.

    Thomas Hickey joins; Kane's impact, Hynes hired, McDavid hot, LA Kings rolling

    Dan and Shawn are joined by NHL Network's Thomas Hickey (20:10). Hickey touches on the struggling NY Islanders, Connor McDavid's recent hot stretch and the streaking Nashville Predators. Plus, he points out some of the offensive attributes from Cale Makar and Quinn Hughes that has turned his head in recent seasons. The guys start the episode discussing Patrick Kane signing with Detroit Red Wings and the potential impact he could have on the team and look at some of the challenges that exist with coming back from hip surgery. They talk about the Minnesota Wild's coaching change and dissect the Wild's struggles and wonder if a change in coach will make a lasting impact. They wrap the episode chatting about their biggest surprises at the quarter mark of the season, including the LA Kings success, Frank Vatrano's scoring outburst and Jonathan Quick's resurgence with the NY Rangers.

    DET 2, NYR 3

    Islanders Gameday News: What Hurricane looms?

    Maybe if we both cover this Fake Aho... | Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images

    Brian Boucher joins; Playoff races, Trouba's style, Mailbag: Blues at deadline, Luke Hughes' impact

    Dan and Shawn are joined by ESPN analyst Brian Boucher (13:10) to talk about the tight Eastern Conference playoff races, he discusses the NY Rangers, NJ Devils and NY Islanders, and wonders if both the Penguins and Capitals will miss the playoffs. He dives into why he loves Jacob Trouba's game and tries to handicap what teams like the Tampa Bay Lightning, NY Rangers and St. Louis Blues will do at the Trade Deadline. The episode starts with a look at the Western Conference and the struggles of the Vegas Golden Knights and the injuries surrounding the Colorado Avalanche (3:00). They wrap the episode by answering some mailbag questions on how the St. Louis Blues will handle the Deadline (41:00) and what sort of impact Luke Hughes can have on the Devils if he gets called up.

    NYI 4, NJ 5

    All Star Special; ft. Denis Potvin, Angela James, Bernie Parent and more, Bo Horvat trade impact

    Dan and Shawn recorded from the NHL All Star Beach Festival and were joined by: - Florida Panthers TV play-by-play voice, Steve Goldstein (14:00) - ('s Amalie Benjamin (40:10) - HHOFer Bernie Parent (56:30) - HHOFer Denis Potvin (1:07:00) - Florida Panthers Defenseman Josh Mahura (1:19:50) - Curtis Joseph (1:29:20) - HHOFer Angela James (1:44:10) They also discuss the upcoming trade deadline and the impact of Bo Horvat headed to the New York Islanders (31:27)

    Stanley Cup Playoffs; Fleury vs. Gus, Alex Lyon's net, Bergeron injury, McDavid's production

    Dan and Shawn cover a ton of storylines from the first few days of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, including discussions on the Minnesota Wild's decision to start Marc-Andre Fleury instead of Filip Gustavsson in Game 2 against the Dallas Stars and what they will do with their goalies moving forward. They also talk about Alex Lyon and his impact on the Florida Panthers and some reasons why the Boston Bruins might be concerned, especially because they're playing and could continue to play without center Patrice Bergeron. Rosen said the Los Angeles Kings should be concerned because Connor McDavid has not gone off yet for the Edmonton Oilers, limited to one assist through two games in their series. He said a monster game is coming for McDavid. But Roarke went the other way and said the Kings should be feeling great about holding McDavid to one assist through two games. They also talked about the reasons why the Carolina Hurricanes are up 2-0 on the New York Islanders. Roarke said he can't fi...

    FLA 1, TOR 2

    Islanders News: The definition of insanity

    Body language isn’t the end-all be-all, but I mean, look at this. | Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports

    Intense Comeback Win | REWIND

    The Devils fight from two goals down in the third, and Curtis Lazar scores with 21 seconds left to lift New Jersey over the Islanders 5-4.

    NYI 4, NJ 5

    J. Hughes, Lazar, McLeod, Lindy Ruff Following Win Over Islanders

    0:00 - Jack Hughes 3:10 - Curtis Lazar 6:26 - Michael McLeod 8:14 - Lindy Ruff

    Islanders 4, Devils 5

    Curtis Lazar scored the game-winning goal with 22 seconds remaining to lift the Devils to a dramatic comeback victory over the Islanders. Jack Hughes and Nico Hischier scored to cue the third period rally, which earned New Jersey a third consecutive win.

    NYI 4, NJ 5

    Islanders @ Devils 11/28 | NHL Highlights 2023

    Extended highlights of the New York Islanders at the New Jersey Devils

    NYI 4, NJ 5

    NHL Highlights | Islanders vs. Devils - November 28, 2023

    Jack Hughes, Nico Hischier, and Curtis Lazar found the back of the net for three unanswered goals in the third period as the New Jersey Devils took down the New York Islanders 5-4.

    NYI 4, NJ 5

    Islanders at Devils: Martin off IR but not in [Game #21 thread]

    When we last met... | Photo by Michael Mooney/NHLI via Getty Images

    Islanders Gameday News: Illness season is upon us

    “Here, take my stick. There will come a time, after I’m gone, when you will need it.” | Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images

    Islanders News: They traded Durandeau, that’ll fix it

    Hey, when you get a chance to get a Thompson, you take it. Right? | Photo by Jonathan Kozub/NHLI via Getty Images

    Flyers 1*, Islanders 0 (*SO): Win streak ends, points streak extends, OT actually not dull

    No overtime satisfaction for you. | Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images

    UPDATED Islanders Back-to-Back News: Pelech placed on LTIR, Reilly claimed off waivers

    This looks like the play that got him. | Marc DesRosiers-USA TODAY Sports

    Islanders 5, Senators 3: Concern for Pelech, Aho overshadows big win in Ottawa

    Big effort from the boys. | Photo by Minas Panagiotakis/Getty Images

    Islanders Gameday News: Black Friday in the Canadian capital

    Keep it rolling. | Photo by Mike Stobe/NHLI via Getty Images

    Islanders 3, Flyers 2: Brock’s brace sends Isles into Thanksgiving on a guardedly high note

    Cal Clutterbuck’s 1,000th game and a pair of jeans with 1,000 cuts. | Photo by Mike Stobe/NHLI via Getty Images

    Islanders Gameday News: Flyers come in hot, Clutterbuck hits 1,000

    The Clutter 1,000 | Photo by Christopher Mast/NHLI via Getty Images

    Islanders News: All those miles just to spin their wheels

    Give them their moment of happiness. | Photo by Gerry Thomas/NHLI via Getty Images


    Boston Bruins' Patrice Bergeron (37) celebrates with teammate David Pastrnak after scoring a goal during the second period of an NHL hockey game against the New York Islanders, Tuesday, Jan. 2, 2018, in New York. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II)