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Notes I made Last Night during the game with my 8 pack of Canadian Bud:

-See Gervais in the 3rd. He has been playing hard (No room for Camp and Bouch)
I don't know....Gervais looked ok most of the games, but a few plays he looked lost. Also, late in the game (6 or 7 min left in regulation + OT), I don't think Gervais got a shift. Maybe Nolan isn't comfortable with Gervais taking a regular shift late in a close game?

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York got the winner in the shoot out in Anaheim, since then he has been #3. personally i would go with Satan, Kozlov and Bates/Hunter. Bates didn't even get to shoot yesterday which was a mistake.

I was yelling my *** off of for Bates, he is good in the shootouts! And it's not just cause I love him.

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I think the whole world new Hilbert was going backhand in the shootout. Suprisingly he almost scored.

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New York Islanders @ Tampa Bay Lightning 8:00pm 11/15 TV-FSNY 2,Radio 1130 AM


St. Pete Times Forum







2nd Of Four Meetings
Tampa Leads 1-0



Last 5 Meetings

November 17,2005 Away Loss 3-2
January 2,2006 Home Loss 2-1
February 6,2006 Home Loss 3-2 (OT)
March 19,2006 Away Loss 5-2
November 6,2006 Home Loss 5-1





Probable Starting Goalies


Goalies...............GP--W--L---GA--SV--GA--SA
Rick DiPietro------11---6--5--2.80 296 30 .908
Johan Holmqvist---7--4---2--2.53 136 15 .901


Leaders


Islanders




Goals: Jason Blake (9)
Assists: Alexei Yashin (13)
Points: Alexei Yashin (20)
+/-: Yashin/Martinek (+5)
PIM: Brendan Witt (37)
Shots: Alexei Yashin (76)


Lightning



Goals: Martin St. Louis (11)
Assists: Vincent Lecavalier (12)
Points: Vincent Lecavalier (22)
+/-: Nikita Alexeev (+8)
PIM: Cory Sarich (25)
Shots: Martin St. Louis (62)



Team Stats


Islanders

GP W L OTL PTS GSF GSA PP% PK% HOME AWAY
16 8--6--2---18--44--46--17.6 79.6 4-3-2 4-3-0


Lightning
GP W L OTL PTS GSF GSA PP% PK% HOME AWAY
18 9 8--1--19--60--53---16.8 75.3 4-6-0 5-2-1



Injuries:


Islanders

None Reported

Lightning

Rob DiMaio : Concussion, sidelined indefinitely IR





Previews And Articles



"Lightning Crashes"


Rick DiPietro has turned around his season, and so have the New York Islanders.

DiPietro looks to continue his resurgence and help the Islanders (8-6-2) win five straight on the road for the first time in five years when they visit the Tampa Bay Lightning (9-8-1) on Friday.

The goaltender opened this season with three straight losses before missing four games with a groin strain. But DiPietro, the first overall pick in the 2000 draft, has rebounded to go 6-2-0 with a 2.23 goals-against average since returning.

He won for the fifth time in six starts Wednesday and recorded his first shutout of the season by stopping 35 shots in a 3-0 victory at Dallas.

New York improved to 2-0 on its four-game trip with Wednesday's win, which was its fourth in a row away from home. The Islanders haven't won five consecutive road games since a six-game run from Oct. 5-26, 2001.

The Islanders will now be trying to end a five-game losing streak to the Lightning, including a 5-1 home defeat on Nov. 6 during which Nolan thought his team "quit."

DiPietro is 2-4-1 with a 2.64 GAA in eight appearances against Tampa Bay.

The Lightning's Vincent Lecavalier and Martin St. Louis will be looking to get back on track after both of their 11-game point streaks were stopped in a 3-1 home loss to Montreal on Wednesday.

"For the most part this year, I think the refs have done a pretty good job," Lightning coach John Tortorella said. "But (Wednesday), to me, was an absolute horror show, both ways."







Lets Go Islanders!!!!!!!!! Lets Go Islanders!!!!!!!!!! Lets Go Islanders!!!!!!!!!!

My friend... I would like to know when are you are you ready to play with us... My hockey pool need you desparately...

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