John Tavares scored two goals, including the game-winner 1:51 into overtime after New York blew a 4-2 lead, as the Islanders beat the Montreal Canadiens 5-4 on Monday at Bell Centre. >> Box score
Tags: Anthony Beauvillier, John Tavares, Jordan Eberle, Mathew Barzal, Montreal Canadiens, Thomas Greiss, Thomas Hickey
The Islanders resumed their 2017-18 season with a bang, beating the Rangers 7-2. Mathew Barzal enjoyed a five point afternoon, with two goals and three assists and Anthony Beauvillier scored twice and added an assist.
- 6:06 NYI Anthony Beauvillier; Assists: Mathew Barzal, Jordan Eberle
- 14:25 NYR Kevin Hayes (PPG); Assist: Rick Nash
- 16:25 NYI Shane Prince; Assist: Scott Mayfield
Tags: Anthony Beauvillier, Mathew Barzal
The Islanders have emergency recalled Anthony Beauvillier and Michael Dal Colle from Bridgeport. Sebastian Aho has also been recalled from the organization's AHL affiliate, the team announced.
On Sunday, Beauvillier and Aho were loaned to Bridgeport during the Islanders break in schedule. Dal Colle is yet to make his NHL debut.
Beauvillier, 20, has played 32 games with the Islanders this season. He's accumulated 8 points, with 5 goals and 3 assists and is a minus-9. In 66 games with the Islanders last season, he had 24 points with 9 goals and 15 assists and was a plus-1. Beauvillier was a first round pick of the Isles in 2015...
The Islanders have recalled forward Anthony Beauvillier, the organization announced.
Beauvillier, 20, has played in 31 games with the Islanders this season. He's accumulated 7 points, with 4 goals and 3 assists and is a minus-8. In 66 games with the Islanders last season, he had 24 points with 9 goals and 15 assists. He was a plus-1.
The forward scored two goals with the Islanders' AHL affiliate, Bridgeport Sound Tigers, on Friday. He was drafted 28th overall by the Islanders in 2015.
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The Islanders Anthony Beauviller and Steve Bernier have been sent down to AHL Bridgeport, the team announced on Monday.
Beauviller, 20, tallied four goals and three assists in 31 games in his sophomore season with the Islanders. He played in 66 games last season, where he totaled 24 points (nine goals, 15 assists).
The 32-year-old Bernier was recalled from Bridgeport on Dec. 15, and has played in just four games with the Islanders this season. With the Sound Tigers, he notched 10 goals and four assists in 21 games.
Tags: Anthony Beauvillier, Steve Bernier
Jaroslav Halak will be in net for the Islanders when they play the Jets in Winnipeg tonight at 8 p.m., head coach Doug Weight said.
Steve Bernier will be in for Anthony Beauvillier.
Sebastian Aho, who was recently recalled from Bridgeport, will not be in.
Jaroslav Halak will start in goal for the Islanders when they play the Ducks at home tonight at 7 p.m., head coach Doug Weight said.
Thomas Hickey will take the place of Dennis Seidenberg, while Anthony Beauvillier and Alan Quine will be out.
Shane Prince, who just returned from a conditioning stint, will be in the lineup as well.
With the Penguins scoring two power-play goals in Thursday night's 4-3 overtime loss, Isles head coach Doug Weight devoted a full hour at practice Friday to fix his team's penalty kill.
The Islanders definitely need help in that area as they currently sit 30th in the league with a 73.3 percent efficency on penalty kill opportunities. Thursday night marked the fourth straight game the team has allowed two power-play goals as well.
After a 45-minute video session, the Isles took the ice to practice their penalty kill for a full hour, which Weight thought was necessary to figure out what is going wrong.
It was a crazy game down in Orlando, but the Islanders managed to squeak out two points on the road thanks to Mathew Barzal.
This game saw everything from a star goalie in Roberto Luongo carried off the ice with an injury to Cal Clutterbuck needing to be held back from an official. The cherry on top was the 4-4 tie that couldn't be settled in overtime, and needed a shootout to determine a winner. Luckily for the Isles, Jaroslav Halak was a brick wall and Barzal was the only player to find the back of the net.
It was wild, but the Islanders will be happy leaving Florida with two points...
Jaroslav Halak will start in goal for the Islanders when they play the Canucks tonight at 7 p.m. at Barclays Center, head coach Doug Weight said.
Anthony Beauvillier will be in for the injured Casey Cizikas.
The defensive pairings will be the same as they were on Saturday in Ottawa.
Andy Graziano, SNY.TV Twitter
I know, I know….21 games is the 'official' quarter mark of the 82-game NHL season. Actually, 20.5 to be exact, but hey, let's keep it simple here, okay?
With another scratchpad not due until next Sunday and the Islanders just completing their 19th game last night against the Tampa Bay Lightning, they will reach that mark in between columns. The Islanders will face the Flyers in back-to-back games -- in Brooklyn on Wednesday and in Philadelphia on Friday.
Thomas Greiss will be in goal on Thursday night for the Islanders against the Hurricanes, head coach Doug Weight said.
Josh Ho-Sang, whose recall was changed from an emergency basis to a regular recall, will be in along with Anthony Beauvillier, while Alan Quine is out.
Thomas Hickey and Ryan Pulock are in, while Dennis Seidenberg and Scott Mayfield are out.
I wanted to love the Barclays Center when I went to my first Islanders game there two years ago. I grew up in the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum - twice, actually. The first time was as a child from Hicksville, with the sweetly-gruff security man Mr. Buonagura popping the door open for me and his son Paul on Saturday nights so we could take seats just before the press table in the last row of the old barn. The second time was for the first two decades of adulthood, where I learned a lot about life through some extraordinary times as an Islanders employee.
So when I walked into the Barc for my first game, I didn't want to be that guy who thought everything new was bad.
It didn't last long...
Tags: Anthony Beauvillier, Calvin De Haan, John Tavares, Jordan Eberle, Mathew Barzal, Nikolay Kulemin, Chris Botta
The lead today comes from…Today's Tweeted Question:
@SP19hockey asked, "12 years of Snow. Love Game of Thrones but that's TOO much winter for Isles. Any chance at change of season?"
Tags: Anthony Beauvillier, Cal Clutterbuck, Casey Cizikas, Jaroslav Halak, Josh Ho-Sang, Mathew Barzal, Thomas Greiss, Chris Botta
LW Anthony Beauvillier was a late scratch from the Islanders' lineup on Saturday night against the Sharks. 16-year veteran LW Jason Chimera will take his place.
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The players are no longer getting coffee in the locker room and whispering to each other, "Cappy still here?"
A third goalie isn't being stashed on the roster, and limiting the reps of the excellent No. 1 and 1As, because of the long-shot notion he's the next Patrick Roy.
As a result, and because of the simple fact that they have the player personnel to get it done in a conference that is not steeped in quality, the Islanders will qualify for the 2018 Stanley Cup Playoffs...
Tags: Anders Lee, Andrew Ladd, Anthony Beauvillier, Cal Clutterbuck, Casey Cizikas, Jaroslav Halak, John Tavares, Jordan Eberle, Josh Ho-Sang, Mathew Barzal, Nick Leddy, Thomas Greiss, Chris Botta
The Islanders open up their 2017-18 season on Friday night in Columbus. How will the season shake out? SNY's Brian Erni and Andy Graziano discuss…
Alright, Andy. We're on the precipice of a new season, and everyone is curious how this campaign will go for the Islanders. Is it me, or are the outlooks that are rolling in for this team all over the map?
Tags: Anthony Beauvillier, Jaroslav Halak, Jason Chimera, John Tavares, Jordan Eberle, Josh Ho-Sang, Mathew Barzal, Nikolay Kulemin, Ryan Pulock, Thomas Greiss, Andy Graziano, Brian Erni
Anthony Beauvillier scored twice in New York's preseason finale as the Islanders beat the Philadelphia Flyers 5-2 on Sunday at Wells Fargo Center. >> Box score
- 2:21 PHI Michael Raffl; Assists: Scott Laughton, Taylor Leier
- 13:10 NYI Dennis Seidenberg; Assists: Cal Clutterbuck, Stephen Gionta
- 2:22 NYI Anders Lee (power play); Assists: Devon Toews, Joshua Ho-Sang
- 3:07 NYI Anthony Beauvillier; Assists: Casey Cizikas, Adam Pelech
- 0:32 NYI Beauviller (power play); Assists: Mathew Barzal, Ryan Pulock
- 6:32 PHI Wayne Simmonds (power play); Assists: Shayne Gostisbehere, Jakub Voracek
- 19:36 NYI Steve Bernier (ENG)
Tags: Anders Lee, Anthony Beauvillier, Cal Clutterbuck, Casey Cizikas, Josh Ho-Sang, Philadelphia Flyers, Stephen Gionta
The Islanders are just 10 days away from Opening Night, and the roster is beginning to take shape. What will the 23-man squad look like? SNY's Brian Erni and Andy Graziano discuss...
Andy Graziano, SNY.TV Twitter
Welcome back to another season of Shooting from Point Blank Range, my man. We had lots of fun with this last year, so let's kick this season off by taking a look at the 'almost' final 23-man roster, which needs to be finalized by 5:00 p.m. on October 3. With some cuts already made, and Bridgeport camp underway, you can make some strong assertions of who will make the team and who won't. Any thoughts on how it's shaping up?
Tags: Anthony Beauvillier, Brock Nelson, Cal Clutterbuck, Calvin De Haan, Casey Cizikas, Jason Chimera, John Tavares, Josh Ho-Sang, Mathew Barzal, Nikolay Kulemin, Ryan Pulock, Travis Hamonic, Andy Graziano, Brian Erni
Andy Graziano, SNY.TV Twitter
The summer is over. Fall has arrived and with it, the return of the NHL. Training camps around the league will all be open for business soon, with the first on-ice sessions slated to begin Friday morning.
For the Islanders, it seems every year lately has been 'make or break,' for a variety of reasons. This year, however, the term might never be more accurate as the team looks to re-sign their franchise captain, finally bring some closure to a long, drawn out arena drama and return to the playoffs. The results of those three factors, each under their own cloud of uncertainty, could also decide the future fate of long-tenured general manager Garth Snow, who seems to be running out of time to turn this team into a true contender.
Tags: Anders Lee, Andrew Ladd, Anthony Beauvillier, Brock Nelson, Cal Clutterbuck, Calvin De Haan, Casey Cizikas, Jaroslav Halak, Jason Chimera, Johnny Boychuk, Jordan Eberle, Josh Ho-Sang, Mathew Barzal, Michael dal Colle, Nick Leddy, Nikolay Kulemin, Ryan Pulock, Ryan Strome, Shane Prince, Stephen Gionta, Thomas Greiss, Thomas Hickey, Travis Hamonic, Andy Graziano
Brian Erni, SNY.TV:
Andy Graziano and I have begun our annual season review, taking a look back at the 2016-17 Islanders and analyzing each player's performance in a down season that saw the team miss the playoffs by one point.
We will be offering two reviews per week that will take us right through to the beginning of training camp in September.