It says something about the way the New York Islanders started the 2014-2015 season that a loss on Saturday night would have led to the team’s first four-game losing streak of the season. After giving up 17 goals in three straight loses and three goal leads in two of those three games, Saturday night’s showdown with the Blackhawks, winners of eight straight, could have been another step towards an early season collapse that Islander fans are used to seeing. Instead, it was another example of this team’s newfound resiliency.
In this edition of Five on Three, Anthony Pucik, Matt Moro and Tara Sledjeski discuss Martin Broedur's new home in St. Louis and the L.A. Kings being fined for Slava Voynov's particiaption in practice. They also discuss one of the best teams in hockey, the Islanders, the Devils injury woes and why the Rangers can't beat the Tampa Bay Lightning.
In this edition of Five on Three, Anthony Pucik, Martin McCormack and Drew Casey discuss some potential rule changes in the NHL, who the hottest team in the league is currently, and take a look at the average Rangers and Devils and the still red hot Islanders.
The New York Rangers are 7-7-4 through 18 games this season and are currently fourth in the Metropolitan Division. New York has dealt with its fair share of injuries this season, but even with a majority of their players back in the lineup they are still having difficulty finding a rhythm.
In this edition of Five on Three, Anthony Pucik, Matt Moro and Tara Sledjeski talked about the injuries currently plaguing the Columbus Blue Jackets. They also discussed the Flames hot start, the Rangers and Devils big wins last night, and the Islanders current streak.
On this edition of Five on Three, Anthony Pucik, Martin McCormack and Brendan Bowers looked at the Washington Captials new all-time points leader, Alex Ovechkin, and where he goes from here. They also looked at the Pittsburgh Penguins' resigning goalie Marc Andre Fluery and what that means for them going forward, as well as the Rangers' defensive injuries, the Islanders recent slide and the Devils finally ending their shootout losing streak.
March 10, 2013, a date which was 600 days ago, and 18 Devils shootouts ago. On that date, the New Jersey Devils were at home against the Winnipeg Jets in a game that would be decided in a shootout. The Devils would go on to win that game 3-2, winning the shootout 1-0 with Patrick Elias scoring the only shootout goal between the two teams. Nobody who left that arena that night knew that they just saw the last New Jersey Devils shoot out win in exactly 600 days
In this edition of Five on Three, Anthony Pucik, Tara Sledjeski and Martin McCormack looked at the hot start the Nashville Predators are off to and whether or not they can keep it up. We also looked at the new regime in the Department of Player Safety and how they have handled recent incidents in the leauge and caught up with all three local teams.