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New York IslandersNew York Islanders
New York IslandersLAST 10 GAMES
STRAIGHT UP RECORD:
ALERT!8 WINS, 2 LOSSES
STRAIGHT UP STREAK:
1 LOSS IN A ROW
AGAINST THE SPREAD RECORD:
ALERT!7 WINS, 3 LOSSES
AGAINST THE SPREAD STREAK:
1 LOSS IN A ROW
TOTAL OVER / UNDER RESULTS:
3 OVERS, 6 UNDERS, 1 PUSH
TOTAL OVER / UNDER STREAK:
1 UNDER IN A ROW
New York IslandersLAST 10 GAMES AS AWAY TEAM
STRAIGHT UP RECORD AS AWAY TEAM:
4 WINS, 6 LOSSES
STRAIGHT UP STREAK AS AWAY TEAM:
1 LOSS IN A ROW
AGAINST THE SPREAD RECORD AS AWAY TEAM:
5 WINS, 5 LOSSES
AGAINST THE SPREAD STREAK AS AWAY TEAM:
1 LOSS IN A ROW
TOTAL OVER / UNDER RESULTS AS AWAY TEAM:
3 OVERS, 6 UNDERS, 1 PUSH
TOTAL OVER / UNDER STREAK AS AWAY TEAM:
3 UNDERS IN A ROW
New York IslandersLAST 10 GAMES AS UNDERDOG
STRAIGHT UP RECORD AS UNDERDOG:
5 WINS, 5 LOSSES
STRAIGHT UP STREAK AS UNDERDOG:
1 LOSS IN A ROW
AGAINST THE SPREAD RECORD AS UNDERDOG:
6 WINS, 4 LOSSES
AGAINST THE SPREAD STREAK AS UNDERDOG:
1 LOSS IN A ROW
TOTAL OVER / UNDER RESULTS AS UNDERDOG:
5 OVERS, 5 UNDERS
TOTAL OVER / UNDER STREAK AS UNDERDOG:
1 UNDER IN A ROW
New York IslandersLAST 10 GAMES AS AWAY TEAM AS UNDERDOG
STRAIGHT UP RECORD AS AWAY TEAM AS UNDERDOG:
5 WINS, 5 LOSSES
STRAIGHT UP STREAK AS AWAY TEAM AS UNDERDOG:
2 LOSSES IN A ROW
AGAINST THE SPREAD RECORD AS AWAY TEAM AS UNDERDOG:
6 WINS, 4 LOSSES
AGAINST THE SPREAD STREAK AS AWAY TEAM AS UNDERDOG:
1 LOSS IN A ROW
TOTAL OVER / UNDER RESULTS AS AWAY TEAM AS UNDERDOG:
ALERT!3 OVERS, 7 UNDERS
TOTAL OVER / UNDER STREAK AS AWAY TEAM AS UNDERDOG:
2 UNDERS IN A ROW
Carolina HurricanesCarolina Hurricanes
Carolina HurricanesLAST 10 GAMES
STRAIGHT UP RECORD:
ALERT!8 WINS, 2 LOSSES
STRAIGHT UP STREAK:
1 WIN IN A ROW
AGAINST THE SPREAD RECORD:
ALERT!8 WINS, 2 LOSSES
AGAINST THE SPREAD STREAK:
1 WIN IN A ROW
TOTAL OVER / UNDER RESULTS:
2 OVERS, 6 UNDERS, 2 PUSHES
TOTAL OVER / UNDER STREAK:
1 UNDER IN A ROW
Carolina HurricanesLAST 10 GAMES AS HOME TEAM
STRAIGHT UP RECORD AS HOME TEAM:
ALERT!8 WINS, 2 LOSSES
STRAIGHT UP STREAK AS HOME TEAM:
3 WINS IN A ROW
AGAINST THE SPREAD RECORD AS HOME TEAM:
6 WINS, 4 LOSSES
AGAINST THE SPREAD STREAK AS HOME TEAM:
3 WINS IN A ROW
TOTAL OVER / UNDER RESULTS AS HOME TEAM:
ALERT!1 OVER, 8 UNDERS, 1 PUSHES
TOTAL OVER / UNDER STREAK AS HOME TEAM:
2 UNDERS IN A ROW
Carolina HurricanesLAST 10 GAMES AS FAVORITE
STRAIGHT UP RECORD AS FAVORITE:
ALERT!8 WINS, 2 LOSSES
STRAIGHT UP STREAK AS FAVORITE:
1 WIN IN A ROW
AGAINST THE SPREAD RECORD AS FAVORITE:
ALERT!8 WINS, 2 LOSSES
AGAINST THE SPREAD STREAK AS FAVORITE:
1 WIN IN A ROW
TOTAL OVER / UNDER RESULTS AS FAVORITE:
2 OVERS, 6 UNDERS, 2 PUSHES
TOTAL OVER / UNDER STREAK AS FAVORITE:
1 UNDER IN A ROW
Carolina HurricanesLAST 10 GAMES AS HOME TEAM AS FAVORITE
STRAIGHT UP RECORD AS HOME TEAM AS FAVORITE:
ALERT!8 WINS, 2 LOSSES
STRAIGHT UP STREAK AS HOME TEAM AS FAVORITE:
3 WINS IN A ROW
AGAINST THE SPREAD RECORD AS HOME TEAM AS FAVORITE:
6 WINS, 4 LOSSES
AGAINST THE SPREAD STREAK AS HOME TEAM AS FAVORITE:
3 WINS IN A ROW
TOTAL OVER / UNDER RESULTS AS HOME TEAM AS FAVORITE:
ALERT!1 OVER, 8 UNDERS, 1 PUSHES
TOTAL OVER / UNDER STREAK AS HOME TEAM AS FAVORITE:
2 UNDERS IN A ROW
Related News (NHL News)

Aho, Martinook cap Hurricanes' late rally to beat the Islanders for a 2-0 playoff series lead

Mon, Apr 22, 2024
NHL News (AP)

Aho, Martinook cap Hurricanes' late rally to beat the Islanders for a 2-0 playoff series lead

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - Sebastian Aho and Jordan Martinook scored 9 seconds apart late in the third period to help the Carolina Hurricanes complete a comeback from three goals down to beat the New York Islanders 5-3 on Monday night, taking a 2-0 lead in their first-round playoff series in improbable fashion.

Aho struck first by redirecting Andrei Svechnikov's shot at the right post behind Semyon Varlamov with 2:15 remaining to tie the game at 3. After an Islanders giveaway on the ensuing faceoff, Martinook raced down to beat Noah Dobson to the puck along the boards and then pushed it toward the same post with a wraparound attempt from behind the net.

The puck banged off Varlamov's left skate and slipped into the net for the 4-3 lead with 2:06 to go, sending the Hurricanes players mobbing a jumping Martinook amid a roof-blowing roar from a shocked home crowd.

Jake Guentzel added an empty-net score in the final minute to seal this one, which ended with frustrations flaring for the Islanders, several scrums between the teams and multiple players taking early walks to the locker room.

The series shifts north for the next two games, with Game 3 set for Thursday night.

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This was a brutal finish for the Islanders, who used goals from Kyle Palmieri, Bo Horvat and Anders Lee - the last being a forehand-to-backhand finish atop the crease on the power play - to take a 3-0 lead early in the second period. And that had them poised to earn a split after losing 3-1 in Game 1 despite a performance that left coach Patrick Roy encouraged by his team's play.

Instead, New York unraveled in crushing fashion, starting with Varlamov taking a tripping penalty on Stefan Noesen to put Carolina on a power play. Teuvo Teravainen converted on the man advantage by finishing a feed from Guentzel at 13:01 of the second, cutting the deficit to 3-1 and breathing life back into a stunned-silent arena.

And from there, the Hurricanes kept the pressure on, tipping the ice toward Varlamov with withering sustained shifts in the offensive zone. That included both Aho and Seth Jarvis each ringing the post late in the second, and then Guentzel in the third before Jarvis buried a cross-ice feed from Jordan Staal to bring Carolina to within 3-2 at 10:43 of the third.

The Hurricanes finished with a 39-12 shot advantage, with Varlamov facing 16 in the final period alone before finishing with 34 saves. New York, which had just one shot on goal in the third period, also a goal waived off when Kyle McLean's Jarvis-answering redirect past Andersen came with his stick high in the air.

Andersen finished with nine saves for Carolina.

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AARON BEARD Beard covers sports in North Carolina for The Associated Press with an emphasis on college basketball. His coverage includes ACC sports and the NHL's Carolina Hurricanes. twitter mailto "
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