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NHL : ATS Matchup
Thursday 2/22/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore



NY ISLANDERS (29-26-0-6, 64 pts.) at TORONTO (37-20-0-5, 79 pts.)
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Thursday, 2/22/2018 7:05 PM
Board OpeningLatest
53NY ISLANDERS+175Ov 6.5,-120+175Ov 6.5,-120
54TORONTO-210Un 6.5,+100-205Un 6.5,+100
NY ISLANDERS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games29-32-0-3.429-32-3.437-213.331.03.636.1
Team Stats (Road Games)13-17-0-1.113-17-1.117-
Last 5 Games2-3-0-0.32-3-0.31-42.429.42.444.0
NY ISLANDERS Team Statistics
 Scoring    Shots On GoalPower Plays 
Team Stats (All Games)6120354667499189410.7%1914121.5%341
Team Stats (Road Games)30942332354590810.4%891618.0%158
Team Stats (Last 5 Games)512453011478.2%14214.3%18
Stats Against (All Games) 2196681666822039.9%1774626.0%374
Stats Against (Road Games) 10737383023107410.0%882629.5%180
Stats Against (Last 5 Games) 12165002205.5%14321.4%23
NY ISLANDERS - Goalie Statistics
 Goalie StatisticsTeam's record in starts
THOMAS GREISS (All Games)242277469089.1%112-10+2.412-10-0+316-6
THOMAS GREISS (Road Games)131246942290.0%16-6+2.16-6-0+28-4
THOMAS GREISS (Last 4 Games)4418316992.3%13-1+33-1-0+32-2
JAROSLAV HALAK (All Games)42391422129591.1%217-22-5.817-22-0-521-15
JAROSLAV HALAK (Road Games)191860254590.5%17-11-3.27-11-0-39-7
JAROSLAV HALAK (Last 4 Games)4417516393.1%11-3-21-3-0-21-3

TORONTO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games37-25-0+5.137-25+5.128-303.331.72.834.2
Team Stats (Home Games)20-10-0+3.320-10+3.313-143.433.02.735.2
Last 5 Games4-1-0+34-1+33-23.429.62.639.8
TORONTO Team Statistics
 Scoring    Shots On GoalPower Plays 
Team Stats (All Games)622056759691015196510.4%1713419.9%319
Team Stats (Home Games)3010135273181099010.2%941819.1%154
Team Stats (Last 5 Games)5176740114811.5%10110.0%30
Stats Against (All Games) 17248596051021208.1%1773016.9%288
Stats Against (Home Games) 802329262410577.6%831416.9%133
Stats Against (Last 5 Games) 13355001996.5%8112.5%25
TORONTO - Goalie Statistics
 Goalie StatisticsTeam's record in starts
FREDERIK ANDERSEN (All Games)51511746161192.3%431-20+3.731-20-0+523-24
FREDERIK ANDERSEN (Home Games)272794387492.7%318-9+2.618-9-0+311-13
FREDERIK ANDERSEN (Last 4 Games)4417015993.5%13-1+23-1-0+23-1
CURTIS MCELHINNEY (All Games)111033731493.2%16-4+2.66-4-0+34-6
CURTIS MCELHINNEY (Home Games)4311010393.6%12-1+0.82-1-0+12-1
CURTIS MCELHINNEY (Last 4 Games)4311010696.4%03-0+3.63-0-0+40-3
CALVIN PICKARD (All Games)11282485.7%00-1-1.20-1-0-11-0
CALVIN PICKARD (Home Games)00000.0%00-000-0-000-0
CALVIN PICKARD (Last 4 Games)11282485.7%00-1-1.20-1-0-11-0
Average power rating of opponents played: NY ISLANDERS 3.13,  TORONTO 3.04
1/30/2018FLORIDA1-4L0, -150L6.5 ovU
1/31/2018at TORONTO0-5L0, +175L6.5 ovU
2/3/2018COLUMBUS4-3W0, -135W5.5 ovO
2/5/2018NASHVILLE4-5L0, +120L6 unO
2/8/2018at BUFFALO3-4L0, -115L6 unO
2/9/2018DETROIT7-6W0, -120W6 ovO
2/11/2018CALGARY2-3L0, +100L6 ovU
2/13/2018COLUMBUS1-4L0, +105L6 ovU
2/15/2018NY RANGERS3-0W0, -145W6.5 unU
2/16/2018at CAROLINA3-0W0, +170W6.5 unU
2/19/2018MINNESOTA3-5L0, +105L6 ovO
2/22/2018at TORONTO 
2/24/2018at NEW JERSEY 
2/28/2018at MONTREAL 
3/3/2018at PITTSBURGH 
3/5/2018at VANCOUVER 

TORONTO - Schedule
1/31/2018NY ISLANDERS5-0W0, -205W6.5 ovU
2/1/2018at NY RANGERS4-0W0, +105W6 unU
2/3/2018at BOSTON1-4L0, +110L5.5 unU
2/5/2018ANAHEIM7-4W0, -150W5.5 evO
2/7/2018NASHVILLE3-2W0, -125W5.5 ovU
2/10/2018OTTAWA6-3W0, -230W6 evO
2/12/2018TAMPA BAY4-3W0, -115W6 ovO
2/14/2018COLUMBUS6-3W0, -180W6 evO
2/17/2018at PITTSBURGH3-5L0, +115L6 ovO
2/18/2018at DETROIT3-2W0, -120W6 unU
2/20/2018FLORIDA1-0W0, -160W6 ovU
2/22/2018NY ISLANDERS 
2/26/2018at TAMPA BAY 
2/27/2018at FLORIDA 
3/3/2018vs WASHINGTON 
3/5/2018at BUFFALO 
NY ISLANDERS: Key additions: F Jordan Eberle (trade with Oilers), G Kristers Gudlevskis (trade with Lightning)
Key Losses: D Travis Hamonic (trade with Flames), F Ryan Strome (trade with Oilers), F Mikhail Grabovski (trade with Golden Knights)
OUTLOOK: A tricky one to dissect. New York didn't really do much to help its cause this summer, but it still has enough high-scoring ability to compete. The biggest concern of all: What does the future hold for John Tavares?
TORONTO: Key additions: F Patrick Marleau (Sharks), D Ron Hainsey (Penguins), F Dominic Moore (Bruins)
Key Losses: D Matt Hunwick (Penguins), F Brian Boyle (Devils)
OUTLOOK: Overpaying for Patrick Marleau might be overshadowed by another top-five offensive season. In a favorable division for a return to the playoffs, they're locked and loaded with additional experience for a serious push.
Islanders hope for better result vs. Leafs

TORONTO -- The New York Islanders will be trying to avoid a repeat of their last visit to the Air Canada Centre when they play the Toronto Maple Leafs on Thursday night.

The Maple Leafs defeated them 5-0 on Jan. 31 and the Islanders return to the ACC needing every point possible in their desperate pursuit of a playoff spot.

The Islanders (29-26-6) are 4-6-1 since the All-Star break and are one point removed from a wild-card spot in the Eastern Conference after losing 5-3 to the Minnesota Wild on Monday.

"We're going to play a hungry team with a lot on the line, who didn't have a good night here last time," Maple Leafs coach Mike Babcock said Wednesday. "They have a lot on the line."

The Maple Leafs (37-20-5) remained third in the Eastern Conference after their 1-0 victory over the Florida Panthers on Tuesday and are playing for their seeding in the playoffs.

"It's an unusual spot we're in, getting points but not really gaining a ton of ground," Maple Leafs defenseman Ron Hainsey said. "But we'll keep cranking along, trying to catch (the Boston Bruins and the Tampa Bay Lightning) for home ice (advantage). You get to a Game 7, that's pretty important."

The Maple Leafs, who will host the second-place Bruins on Saturday and visit the Lightning on Monday, have won 12 of their past 15 games.

"I thought we were real loose today in practice and I don't care, but you have to have the intensity and get better each and every day," Babcock said. "Being loose is a sign of feeling good and there's nothing wrong with that, but that doesn't mean you can't prepare right."

Islanders coach Doug Weight, meanwhile, liked the attitude of his team on Wednesday.

"We had really good meetings and a really good purposeful practice," he said. "It's a good feeling in our room right now... I'm excited where we're going. It's a tough road ahead, but we're going to hit it with everything we have."

Before their loss to the Wild, the Islanders had won the previous two games by shutouts. The difference Monday was a three-goal spree by the Wild in a span of 4:12 in the second period.

"The whole game was winnable," Weight said after the loss. "We played well. Three bad decisions. ... If you were playing better, consistent hockey throughout the year, you chalk it up as a couple of bad decisions and you march on. But now the points are so paramount important that it's a big punch in the stomach."

Islanders goaltender Thomas Greiss earned his first shutout of the season Friday night but suffered a lower-body injury late in the game. He finished the game but Monday, he was put on injured reserve and Christopher Gibson was called up from the Bridgeport Sound Tigers of the American Hockey League.

"I don't suspect it's going to be a huge amount of time," Weight said. "But I don't want to speak out of turn because if I say two weeks, four weeks, and they find something else, I don't want to put him in that position. Certainly, lower-body injuries for goalies are a little tougher to decipher. But he's on the IR. He played great. Hopefully he can take that energy he had and that feeling and get back quick."

Jaroslav Halak has made most of the starts in goal for the Islanders since late November.

Halak played Monday against the Wild. Greiss was in goal against the Maple Leafs on Jan. 31 and faced 50 shots, stopping 45 of them.

Greiss also stopped 45 shots Friday in his 3-0 shutout against the Carolina Hurricanes.

"The timing is disappointing," Weight said. "Probably some of our worst games were when (Greiss) was in net, and it was kind of disappointing. But he battled and looked better."

The Islanders are 13-15-2 on the road; the Maple Leafs are 20-8-2 at home.

Last Updated: 12/19/2018 1:59:13 AM EST

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