Halak allowed two goals in 33 shots in the Islanders win in Arizona on Monday. Halak snapped a three-game losing streak and now holds a 5-4-1 record with a 1.90 GAA and .927 SV% on the year. Halak gets a tough matchup on Friday with Carey Price returning to the crease for the Habs.
Halak gave up two goals on 22 shots in the Islanders loss in Los Angeles last Thursday. Surprisingly, Thomas Greiss started two of three games last week, so the Islanders will open this week with Halak at home vs. Arizona. Halak has gone 3-2-0 with a 2.02 GAA and .923 SV% in five starts at the Barclays Center this season.
Halak allowed two goals on 27 shots in the Islanders loss to the Bruins on Sunday. Thomas Greiss got the nod on Tuesday so it is no surprise to see Halak going tonight in Los Angeles. Halak has lost three of his last four despite posting a 1.98 GAA and .912 SV%. Tonight he will go up against a Kings team that has alternated wins and losses in their last six.
Halak gave up three goals on 23 shots in the Islanders loss in Montreal on Thursday. Halak has alternated wins an losses since October 20th, which puts him on track to win tonight vs. the Bruins. He comes in with a 4-2-1 record, 1.85 GAA and .928 SV%.
Halak will be in goal on Thursday vs. the Canadiens.
Halak made 23 saves on 24 shots in the Islanders win over the Devils on Tuesday. He got revenge for losing to New Jersey in his previous start and now he sits at 4-1-1 with a 1.65 GAA and .936 SV% on the season. He will be in tough tonight when he takes on his former team in Montreal—the Habs are second in the NHL in scoring, averaging 3.64 goals per game.
Halak allowed two goals on 17 shots in the Islanders shootout loss in New Jersey on Saturday. Halak was given Sunday night off, but he will get another crack tonight vs. New Jersey. Halak has won three of five while posting a 1.78 GAA and .932 SV%. It would be surprising to see the Islanders lose two in a row to the Devils.
Halak stopped all 29 shots that he faced in the Islanders’ shutout win over the Flames on Monday. Halak missed Wednesday’s game because of an illness but he will be back in the cage this afternoon vs. the Devils. Halak comes in with an impressive 1.77 GAA and .940 SV% in four starts.
Halak was scratched from Thursday’s game because of an illness but he was back at practice this afternoon, which suggests that Halak could be ready to start on Saturday vs. the Devils. If not, look for Thomas Greiss to go again.
Halak allowed four goals on 25 shots in the Islanders loss to the Bruins on Friday. It was Halak’s first loss of the season, but he has been really good to start the season, posting a 2.36 GAA and .920 SV% in three starts. He was given Saturday night off, but will be back in goal tonight vs. a struggling Flames team.
Halak stopped all 37 shots that he faced in the Islanders shutout win over the Blue Jackets on Tuesday. Halak has won each of his first two starts while stopping 59 of 62 shots (.952 SV%) and will make his third consecutive start tonight. He will take on a Boston team who has allowed a tonne of goals while averaging a league-high 3.67 goals per game.
Halak will be in goal on Tuesday vs. the Blue Jackets.
Halak allowed three goals on 25 shots in the Islanders win over the Sharks in his season debut. Halak will make his second straight start tonight against a struggling Blue Jackets team in Columbus. A season ago, Halak was 16-7-2 with a 2.39 GAA and .913 SV% on the road.
Halak (upper-body) will make his season debut on Saturday.
Halak has missed the first five games of the season with an upper-body injury, but he is ready to return to the crease tonight vs. the Sharks. Halak is coming off of the best season of his career—he was 38-17-4 with a 2.43 GAA and .914 SV% in 2014-15. He draws a tough matchup right out of the gate as he faces the undefeated San Jose Sharks.
Halak (upper-body) took part in the Islanders’ morning skate; remains day-to-day.
It looks like Halak is nearing a return to the Islanders’ crease. He re-join practice on Wednesday and took part in this morning’s gameday skate, both are good signs he’ll be back soon. Thomas Greiss will start tonight, but monitor Halak’s status leading up to Saturday’s game vs. San Jose.
Halak (upper-body) returned to Islanders’ practice on Wednesday.
To this point in the season, Halak has only been skating on his own before practice, but on Wednesday he finally joined his teammates. Halak has sat out the first three games of the season, but returning to practice is a good sign that he is nearing a return. Thomas Greiss will continue to start until Halak is cleared to play.