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NHL : ATS Matchup
Thursday 2/21/2019Line$ LineOU LineScore



NY ISLANDERS (35-18-0-6, 76 pts.) at EDMONTON (24-29-0-6, 54 pts.)
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Thursday, 2/21/2019 9:05 PM
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19NY ISLANDERS-135Ov 5.5,+105-120Ov 5.5,-110
20EDMONTON+115Un 5.5,-125+100Un 5.5,-110
NY ISLANDERS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games35-24-0+17.335-24+17.319-362.928.52.430.6
Team Stats (Road Games)17-13-0+9.817-13+9.88-182.726.42.532.2
Last 5 Games3-2-0+13-2+11-32.625.82.029.6
NY ISLANDERS Team Statistics
 Scoring    Shots On GoalPower Plays 
Team Stats (All Games)59171535357814167910.2%1752816.0%276
Team Stats (Road Games)30812330253479110.2%811316.0%132
Team Stats (Last 5 Games)5133640112910.1%13215.4%23
Stats Against (All Games) 14241425361318047.9%1653420.6%236
Stats Against (Road Games) 75242227289677.8%841619.0%124
Stats Against (Last 5 Games) 10334001486.8%13323.1%17
NY ISLANDERS - Goalie Statistics
 Goalie StatisticsTeam's record in starts
CHRISTOPHER GIBSON (All Games)107685.7%00-000-0-000-0
CHRISTOPHER GIBSON (Road Games)107685.7%00-000-0-000-0
THOMAS GREISS (All Games)312988582192.8%118-11+11.118-11-0+1210-17
THOMAS GREISS (Road Games)141240538093.8%08-4+7.18-4-0+92-8
THOMAS GREISS(vs. Non-Conference)10925423190.9%03-6-2.43-6-0-23-4
THOMAS GREISS (Last 4 Games)4412111595.0%03-1+2.23-1-0+20-3
ROBIN LEHNER (All Games)323090484092.9%317-13+6.217-13-0+69-19
ROBIN LEHNER (Road Games)181854950892.5%19-9+2.79-9-0+26-10
ROBIN LEHNER(vs. Non-Conference)161546543292.9%211-4+8.211-4-0+86-9
ROBIN LEHNER (Last 4 Games)4411210291.1%02-2-0.22-2-002-2

EDMONTON - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games24-35-0-12.324-35-12.327-282.829.43.431.2
Team Stats (Home Games)12-17-0-8.612-17-8.614-
Last 5 Games0-5-0-5.40-5-5.42-31.635.23.830.2
EDMONTON Team Statistics
 Scoring    Shots On GoalPower Plays 
Team Stats (All Games)591655150568817339.5%1753821.7%270
Team Stats (Home Games)29872623353385510.2%861922.1%146
Team Stats (Last 5 Games)58224001764.5%14214.3%13
Stats Against (All Games) 198606369615184210.7%1844423.9%341
Stats Against (Home Games) 962636322592610.4%841720.2%166
Stats Against (Last 5 Games) 194681315112.6%15213.3%29
EDMONTON - Goalie Statistics
 Goalie StatisticsTeam's record in starts
MIKKO KOSKINEN (All Games)343094085290.6%314-16-2.414-16-0-112-15
MIKKO KOSKINEN (Home Games)171448144492.3%38-6+0.58-6-0+15-8
MIKKO KOSKINEN(vs. Non-Conference)121136432789.8%04-7-3.44-7-0-37-4
MIKKO KOSKINEN (Last 4 Games)4411810790.7%00-4-4.40-4-0-41-3
CAM TALBOT (All Games)312988879389.3%010-19-9.910-19-0-915-13
CAM TALBOT (Home Games)161544138787.8%04-11-9.14-11-0-79-6
CAM TALBOT(vs. Non-Conference)111131227788.8%04-7-3.14-7-0-35-5
Average power rating of opponents played: NY ISLANDERS 3.3,  EDMONTON 3.15
2/1/2019TAMPA BAY0-1L0, +125L6.5 evU
2/2/2019LOS ANGELES4-2W0, -165W5.5 unO
2/5/2019at BOSTON1-3L0, +150L5.5 unU
2/7/2019at NEW JERSEY2-1W0, -145W5.5 evU
2/9/2019COLORADO4-3W0, -145W6 unO
2/10/2019MINNESOTA2-1W0, -140W5.5 unU
2/12/2019at BUFFALO1-3L0, -125L5.5 unU
2/14/2019at COLUMBUS3-0W0, +120W5.5 unU
2/16/2019EDMONTON5-2W0, -220W5.5 unO
2/20/2019at CALGARY2-4L0, +130L6 unP
2/21/2019at EDMONTON 
2/23/2019at VANCOUVER 

EDMONTON - Schedule
2/2/2019at PHILADELPHIA4-5L0, +140L6 ovO
2/3/2019at MONTREAL3-4L0, +150L6 evO
2/5/2019CHICAGO2-6L0, -150L6.5 ovO
2/7/2019at MINNESOTA4-1W0, +150W5.5 ovU
2/9/2019SAN JOSE2-5L0, +125L6.5 ovO
2/13/2019at PITTSBURGH1-3L0, +155L6.5 ovU
2/15/2019at CAROLINA1-3L0, +160L6 unU
2/16/2019at NY ISLANDERS2-5L0, +180L5.5 unO
2/19/2019ARIZONA2-3L0, -140L5.5 unU
2/21/2019NY ISLANDERS 
2/25/2019at NASHVILLE 
2/27/2019at TORONTO 
2/28/2019at OTTAWA 
3/2/2019at COLUMBUS 
3/4/2019at BUFFALO 
NY ISLANDERS: LAST SEASON: 35-37-10, 80 points. Seventh in Metropolitan Division.
COACH: Barry Trotz (first season, 20th NHL season).
ADDED: F Leo Komarov, F Valtteri Filppula, F Tom Kuhnhackl, F Jan Kovar, G Robin Lehner, D Luca Sbisa.
LOST: F John Tavares, D Calvin de Haan, G Jaroslav Halak.
PLAYER TO WATCH: Mathew Barzal. The reigning Calder Trophy winner as the league's top rookie will be looked on to fill a bigger role with Tavares' departure. Barzal led the team in scoring last season with 85 points (22 goals, 63 assists). After playing on the second line with Jordan Eberle and fellow youngster Anthony Beauvillier a year ago, Barzal is expected to lead the top line with Beauvillier and Josh Bailey.
OUTLOOK: The Islanders have made just three playoff appearances in the last 11 seasons, missing out by 17 points last season after finishing with 30 losses in their final 45 games (15-24-6). The regression cost general manager Garth Snow and
COACH Doug Weight their jobs, replaced by three-time champion executive Lou Lamoriello as president of hockey operations and Trotz ' who led Washington to the Stanley Cup title. The change in leadership has brought new optimism for the future, though experts expect another playoff miss.
EDMONTON: LAST SEASON: 36-40-6, 78 points. Finished sixth in Pacific Division and missed playoffs.
COACH: Todd McLellan (Fourth season, 11th NHL season)
ADDED: D Jakub Jerabek, G Mikko Koskinen
LOST: D Eric Gryba
PLAYER TO WATCH: C Connor McDavid. Last season's Art Ross Trophy winner with a league-high 108 points, McDavid also won the Ted Lindsay Award as the most outstanding player as voted by the NHLPA. McDavid is the fastest, most dynamic and best player in hockey and is must-see entertainment every time he steps on the ice. Watch him as much as possible.
OUTLOOK: Who knows? McDavid can't carry the Oilers to the playoffs by himself, and general manager Peter Chiarelli didn't do anything to shake up Edmonton's mix after such a disappointing year. Goaltender Cam Talbot needs to rebound and a young, unproven defense must be significantly better for playoff hockey to return to Edmonton.
Oilers hope to launch playoff run against Isles

The Edmonton Oilers losing streak is now at five games. They have just one victory in their last dozen outings.

But as the Oilers ready for Thursday's home clash with the New York Islanders, Edmonton is in that spot where positive thoughts are being put forward as much as possible. Sure, it may be false hope, but that's what teams sitting seven points out of a playoff spot with 23 games remaining must do so long as they're not mathematically eliminated from a playoff spot.

"Six of the last seven games, we've played awful well, and we've got to build on that," head coach Ken Hitchcock said. "Coming back and tying the game (late) gave us some juice even (Wednesday). There was good spirit, and I know we're going to work (against the Islanders). That's all you can ask. Guys have to pour everything and you hope it turns around and you can get on a run."

"I think if you go back the last four games ... it's been good effort by our team," forward Alex Chiasson added. "We played much better in our d-zone and it's let us have better team play. It's a tough league to win in and we've got to stay positive."

The Oilers were without star captain Connor McDavid due to illness in Tuesday's 3-2 shootout loss to the Arizona Coyotes, a game in which they forced extra time with a goal in the final seconds.

McDavid wasn't able to practice on Wednesday, so his status for Thursday's clash is up in the air.

"We're hopeful he shows up (for the game) and if not, we got to keep punching ahead," Hitchcock said.

"I texted Connor yesterday, jokingly, and told him maybe if he didn't shake 2,000 hands (on Monday), maybe he wouldn't have gotten sick," Oilers forward Zack Kassian told Postmedia, alluding to the team's fanfest in which McDavid was understandably the center of attention. "We're around a lot of people, around a lot of guys. Once the virus starts going around, you never know who it will hit."

Just like you never know whether a team can get on a hot enough roll for a playoff push.

"In order to keep climbing, you have to get points," forward Sam Gagner said. "(Thursday) is the most important game of the year, in that sense, and you focus on that one, focus on playing the right way. And hopefully you come out with a win and then focus on the next one."

The Metropolitan Division-leading Islanders arrive in Edmonton after dropping a 4-2 clash with the Calgary Flames on Wednesday night, which snapped a two-game winning streak.

"Too many passengers," fumed Islanders head coach Barry Trotz, who gave his squad a "F" grade after the loss.

After a dismal performance in Calgary, it's possible both Andrew Ladd and Thomas Hickey will make their return from injuries.

Even with the defeat, the Islanders are on an 11-3-2 run.

"The beauty of it is we get to wake up and play again tomorrow," Brock Nelson told Newsday.

--Field Level Media

Last Updated: 5/27/2019 8:16:13 AM EST

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