Nashville Predators @ New York Islanders 9/12

The Islanders look forward to their first win at UBS Arena on Thursday night.

Leen Amin

The New York Islanders have finally won a game and fans can breathe a sigh of relief. However, the work is not over yet. The team is still in poor form, ranked at the bottom of the table.

The knockout stages are a long way off, but getting there is certainly still possible, especially for a team that just made it to the Eastern Conference Finals.

The journey continues on Thursday against the Nashville Predators, as the Islanders hope to land their first win at the UBS Arena.

The Nashville Predators are having a good season and have really improved offensively, which has been a problem for them over the past few seasons.

They are still a below average offensive team, but in that respect are much better than the worst Islanders in the league. They also have a good power play. New York is one of the worst teams in the league in terms of human advantage.

Islanders have the Predator defended against. They are one of the best defensive teams in the league and play very well in short play. The Predators are a good defensive team, but not as good as New York.

They are also below average in terms of kills. The Islanders are also the better team in terms of goal scoring.

This matchup will be particularly interesting and interesting to watch because both teams are really heating up offensively.

In The Islanders’ terrible losing streak, they didn’t score more than one goal in a game. Now they only score more than one goal in a match and that’s why they have a streak.

They will face off well against a team of Predators that are seeing their top striker score by a very high margin.

Expected match to score: TBD

Carnivorous skaters to see:

LHD Roman Josi

This season: 25 GP, 8 G, 24 PTS

C Ryan Johansen

Last 5 matches: 1 G, 6 PTS
This season: 25 GP, 7 G, 22 PTS

RW Nick Cousins

Career vs. NYI: 11 GP, 4 G, 9 PTS

RW Matt Duchene

This season: 25 GP, 13 G, 25 PTS

LW Filip Forsberg

Last 5 matches: 5 G, 6 PTS
This season: 16 GP, 11 G, 16 PTS
Career vs. NYI: 13 GP, 6 G, 11 PTS

C Mikael Granlund

Last 5 matches: 6 A
This season: 25 GP, 5 G, 26 PTS

Island residents skate to see:

C Mathew Barzal

Last 5 matches: 1 G, 6 PTS
Career vs NSH: 7 GP, 1 G, 5 PTS Nashville Predators @ New York Islanders 9/12


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