NYI 0 2 0 2
Mon 0 0 0 0
Date of game: 4/10/2014
Game Log
Period 2 15:05
NY Islanders Power-Play Goal - Ryan Strome (6), from Matt Donovan and Josh Bailey at 15:05.

Period 3
VISITOR SHOTS 10 14 6 - 30 GOALTENDER Evgeni Nabokov, Anders Nilsson HOME SHOTS 8 6 5 - 19 GOALTENDER Peter Budaj, Carey Price REFEREE Marc Joannette, Greg Kimmerly *** First Period Scoring Summary *** - No scoring. - *** Second Period Scoring Summary *** - NY Islanders Power-Play Goal - Ryan Strome (6), from Matt Donovan and Josh Baile NY Islanders Power-Play Goal - Brock Nelson (13), from Thomas Hickey and Evgeni - *** Third Period Scoring Summary *** - No scoring. - Attendance: -

Period 3
Thomas Vanek shot blocked by Thomas Hickey.

Period 3
Max Pacioretty wrist shot on Evgeni Nabokov.

Period 3
Frans Nielsen wrist shot on Carey Price.

Period 3
Josh Bailey shot blocked by Alexei Emelin.

Period 3
Andrei Markov wrist shot on Evgeni Nabokov.

Period 3
Andrei Markov shot blocked by Matt Carkner.

Period 3
Brock Nelson wrist shot on Carey Price.

Period 3
Max Pacioretty shot blocked by Kevin Czuczman.

Period 2 19:40
NY Islanders Power-Play Goal - Brock Nelson (13), from Thomas Hickey and Evgeni Nabokov at 19:40.

Period 2 15:05
NY Islanders Power-Play Goal - Ryan Strome (6), from Matt Donovan and Josh Bailey at 15:05.

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