The New York Islanders look to end their three-game losing streak when they face the Vancouver Canucks on Monday at 7 p.m. ET at Barclays Center. >> Read more
According to STATS:
- Vancouver lost, 6-3, in Toronto on Saturday night, and has now dropped eight straight games since beginning the season with four consecutive wins. Including five misconducts, the Canucks had 96 penalty minutes against the Leafs on Saturday night -- most of any NHL team in a single game since the Blues had 99 PIM on April 5, 2014 vs. Colorado.
- New York lost, 4-3, in a shootout with Edmonton at Barclays Center on Saturday night, dropping its third straight tilt, and the fifth in the last six overall. The Isles are 1-5-1 when allowing three or more goals in 2016-17 (3-1-1 in all other games).
- These clubs split two games last season, each beating the other on the road. The Canucks are 6-2-0 against the Islanders overall since the beginning of 2010-11.
- Daniel and Henrik Sedin both lit the lamp on Saturday night -- the first time they've both scored a goal in the same game this season, and the fifth time since the beginning of 2015-16 overall. Daniel has 14 points (4g, 10a) in his last 12 games against the Isles, and Henrik has 15 points (5g, 10a) in his last 13 skates against New York.
- Shane Prince had a goal and a helper Saturday night, recording his third multi-point performance in his last five games. Prince was held pointless in his first and only skate against the Canucks on March 1 last season.
- Vancouver is 0-for-20 with the man-advantage during its seven-game streak without a power-play goal. New York has allowed at least one PPG in six straight contests (opponents are 9-for-24 with the man-advantage during the streak).