Halak allowed four goals on 34 shots in the Islanders’ overtime loss to the Red Wings on Sunday. Halak’s loss moved him to 3-2-4 with a 2.81 GAA and .907 SV% at Barclays Center, where he’ll face the Rangers tonight. In his first start vs. the Rangers, Halak allowed four goals on 38 shots in a 5-3 loss.
Halak will start in goal Thursday vs. the Capitals.
Halak allowed three goals on 27 shots in the Islanders loss in Los Angeles last Wednesday. Thomas Greiss started the last three games, including last night, so they’ll come back to Halak tonight in Washington. Halak has lost his last five in a row while posting a 3.60 GAA and .895 SV%. Halak has also lost each of his first five starts on the road.
Halak allowed four goals on 31 shots in the Islanders’ loss to the Lightning on Friday. Halak has lost his last three starts while posting a 4.08 GAA and .889 SV%. Tonight he will face the Penguins for the second time this season—he allowed four goals on 35 shots in a 4-2 loss in their first meeting back in late-October.
Halak allowed three goals on 43 shots in the Islanders’ overtime loss in Florida on Saturday. Halak has gone 1-1-3 with a 2.97 GAA and .912 SV% in five starts and one relief appearance in November and tonight he makes his second start of the season vs. Tampa Bay. In his first two appearances vs. the Lightning, Halak has allowed a combined six goals on 41 shots (.854 SV%).
Halak was pulled after he allowed three goals on 16 shots in the Islanders’ loss in Tampa Bay on Thursday. Halak has gone 1-1-2 with a 3.01 GAA and .906 SV% in November, but has struggled on the road this season. Halak is 0-3-0 with a 4.71 GAA and .876 SV% in three starts in cities not named Brooklyn.
Halak allowed two goals on 32 shots in the Islanders’ win over the Canucks on Monday. The win snapped a four-game losing streak for Halak, who has struggled for the first month of the season. The 31-year-old will make his second start of the season vs. Tampa Bay—in the first meeting, Halak was pulled after he gave up three goals on 25 shots in what ended up being a 6-1 loss.
Halak allowed three goals on 23 shots in the Islanders’ shootout loss to the Oilers on Saturday. Halak has lost his last three starts, while allowing a combined nine goals on 100 shots (.910 SV%). After a great World Cup of Hockey, Halak has struggled with the Islanders, but remains a great option tonight vs. Vancouver. The Canucks have lost eight in a row while averaging a measly 1.25 goals per game.
Halak allowed two goals on 42 shots in the Islanders’ shootout loss to the Flyers on Thursday. Halak has lost his last two starts and sits at 2-3-1 with a 2.94 GAA and .908 SV% on the season. Tonight he will take on an Oilers team that has lost their last three games while being outscored 10-5. They’re still tied for seventh in scoring (3.09 G/PG) and represent a rough matchup.
Halak allowed three goals on 25 shots after replacing Thomas Greiss in the Islanders’ 6-1 loss to the Lightning on Tuesday. Halak has registered a 3.15 GAA and .898 SV% in six appearances this season and tonight he faces a Flyers team on the tail-end of a back-to-back. Philadelphia is second in the NHL in scoring (3.55 G/PG) through 11 games.
Halak allowed two goals on 25 shots in the Islanders win over the Coyotes last Friday. Thomas Greiss has started the last two games, so Halak will start tonight in Pittsburgh. Halak is 2-2-0 with a 2.77 GAA and .905 SV% in his first four starts and makes for a risky start against the 4-2-1 Penguins, who have Sidney Crosby back now.
Halak allowed three goals on 27 shots in the Islanders loss to the Sharks on Tuesday. Halak is 1-2-0 with a 3.03 GAA and .901 SV% in his first three starts and tonight he draws a strong matchup vs. the Coyotes. Arizona is 1-2-0 and they have been outscored 12-6 in their last two contests.
Halak allowed two goals on 26 shots in the Islanders win over the Ducks on Sunday. Halak’s first outing of the season wasn’t great, but bounced-back nicely and heads into tonight’s contest at 1-1-0 with a 3.00 GAA and .906 SV%. He will face a Sharks team that played last night and who are likely starting their backup goalie Aaron Dell.
Halak will start the Islanders home opener on Sunday.
Halak allowed four goals on 38 shots in the Islanders loss to the Rangers in their season opener. Thomas Greiss started last night in Washington, so Halak will start the tail-end of the back-to-back vs. the Ducks. The Islanders are 0-2-0 to start the year, so they will need a strong performance from Halak against another 0-2-0 team.