Halak left Tuesday's game with a lower-body injury and did not return.
Halak stopped 31 of 32 shots before leaving Tuesday’s contest with under five minutes remaining in the third period. There is no word on how serious Halak’s injury is, but look for Thomas Greiss to get the nod on Wednesday. The Islanders are carrying three goalies, so a short-term injury wouldn’t handcuff the Isles.
Halak allowed four goals on 26 shots in a crazy Islanders win over the Rangers on Sunday. Halak has won four of his last five starts while posting a 1.79 GAA, .937 SV% and one shutout. Tonight he faces a Penguins team that has won four of six and he comes in at 8-5-1 with a 2.15 GAA and .921 SV% on the road this season.
Halak allowed three goals on 26 shots in the Islanders loss in Edmonton last Sunday. Thomas Greiss started the first two games of the week, so the Islanders will turn to Halak tonight in New York. Halak is 2-0-0 with a 0.96 GAA and .971 SV% vs. the Rangers this season.
Halak allowed three goals on 26 shots in the Islanders loss in Edmonton last Sunday. Thomas Greiss started the first two games of the week, so look for Halak to go tonight in New York. Halak is 2-0-0 with a 0.96 GAA and .971 SV% vs. the Rangers this season.
Halak stopped 31 of 32 shots in the Islanders win in Calgary on Thursday. He has won three consecutive starts while posting a 0.65 GAA and .978 SV%. Halak has gone just 8-7-3 while posting a 2.33 GAA and .919 SV% on the road this season, but he draws a plus matchup tonight in Edmonton.
Halak allowed one goal on 31 shots in the Islanders win in Minnesota on Tuesday. Halak has won back-to-back games while stopping 57 of 58 shots (.983 SV%). Halak is heating up and tonight he draws an excellent matchup in Calgary—the Flames have dropped five of their last six games while averaging 2.67 goals per game.
Halak turned aside all 27 shots that he faced in the Islanders shutout win in New Jersey last Friday. Each of his last five starts have come on the road, like tonight. In those five games, he has gone 2-3-0 with a 3.54 GAA and .877 SV%. Tonight he faces a Wild team that has caught fire, winning four in a row while averaging 5.25 goals per game.
Halak allowed six goals on 28 shots in the Islanders loss in Carolina last Saturday. Halak has struggled mightily since the All-Star break, going 1-3-0 with a 4.64 GAA and .842 SV%. Tonight will be his third start vs. the Devils this season—he has gone 1-0-1 with a 1.44 GAA and .927 SV% in the first two meetings.
Halak was yanked after allowing four goals on 13 shots in the Islanders loss to the Red Wings on Saturday. Thomas Greiss started on Sunday, but they’ll go back to Halak tonight in Columbus. Halak has struggled recently, losing three in a row while posting a 4.04 GAA and .836 SV%. Tonight he takes on a Blue Jackets team who have won four of their last five.
Halak gave up three goals on 23 shots in the Islanders loss to the Capitals on Thursday. He has lost three of his last four and comes into Saturday at 12-10-4 with a 2.18 GAA and .921 SV% on the season. He allowed three goals on 25 shots in a 4-2 loss to the Red Wings on January 25th.
Halak surrendered three goals on 25 shots in the Islanders loss to the Red Wings before the All-Star break. He was given Tuesday night off, but will get back between the pipes tonight in Washington. Halak allowed three goals on 37 shots in a loss in his first start vs. the NHL’s top team. He comes in at 4-4-3 with a 2.13 GAA and .925 SV% on the road this season.
Halak allowed two goals on 30 shots in the Islanders win in Ottawa on Friday. Saturday’s game was postponed, so Halak will get the nod on Monday having played just once in the last week. He has won two of his last three with a 1.30 GAA and .956 SV% and will face a tired Red Wings team who has gone 1-2-1 in their last four.