How to Watch the New York Islanders vs. Tampa Bay Lightning (6/25/21) - Stanley Cup Semifinals (Game 7) | Channel, Stream, Time
On Friday night, the New York Islanders and Tampa Bay Lightning will faceoff, with the winner heading to the Stanley Cup Finals. Watch the Stanley Cup Playoffs on FuboTV (7-day free trial)However, with their season on the line, New York was not about to go away quietly. Now, the series heads back to Tampa for a do-or-die game seven. For the Lightning, they are 5-3 all-time, but their last game seven was back in the Eastern Conference Finals in 2018, when they lost, at home, to the eventual Stanley Cup Champion Washington Capitals. What: Stanley Cup SemifinalsWho: (3) New York Islanders vs. (2) Tampa Bay Lightning (Game 7)When: Friday, June 25Time: 8:00 p.m.mlive.com
Barzal shines as Islanders beat Sabres for 4th straight win
UNIONDALE, N.Y. – Mathew Barzal and Scott Mayfield each had a goal and an assist and the New York Islanders beat the Buffalo Sabres 5-2 on Saturday for their fourth straight victory. New York beat Buffalo for the fifth straight time this season, outscoring the Islanders 19-7 in those five meetings. Cal Clutterbuck extended the lead at 8:45, sending a wrist shot past Hutton for his second goal this season. AdMayfield made it 4-1 with his second goal of the season at 15:29, firing another high shot past Hutton. IRON MENThe Islanders have three players with consecutive game streaks of last 250 games: Lee 292, Brock Nelson 269 and Barzal 256.
Ovechkin helps Capitals rally past Islanders to avoid sweep
TORONTO, ONT After his team gave up two goals less than halfway through the first period, Washington coach Todd Rierden called a timeout. It was also the first goal Washington scored after the second period in this series. Washington controlled the play in the second period, keeping the puck in the offensive zone for much of the time. The Capitals outshot the Islanders 15-7 in the period and scored twice to tie it. ... New York's Cal Clutterbuck left the game in the second period after a hit by Washington's Radko Gudas and did not return.