By David Kolb
TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS (24-17-9) @ NEW YORK ISLANDERS (22-18-10)
Coverage begins at 6:30 PM on MSG+2
- Tonight the Islanders host the Maple Leafs for the second of three games vs. Toronto this season
- New York is 6-2-2 in the last 10 games
- The Isles own a 16-8-6 record on home ice in 2016-17
- The Islanders currently sit 54 points, three points behind the Leafs, and five points out of a playoff slot in in the Eastern Conference
- Lee enters tonight’s game after producing multiple-point games in his last two contests (one goal, three assists)
- With 18 goals in 49 games, Lee is hoping to eclipse his career-high of 25 goals set in the 2014-15 season
“We fought, but (it’s) disappointing to come out of the two games with one point.”
–Islanders coach, Doug Weight reflecting back on Friday’s loss to Detroit and Saturday’s OT loss to Carolina.
Isles’ defenseman Dennis Seidenberg leads all New York skaters with 47 games played and 17 career assists vs. the Maple Leafs
Isles Looking Forward to Getting Back on Track For Playoff Push
John Tavares talks about what went wrong for the Isles in their OT loss to the Hurricanes and Josh Bailey looks ahead to Monday's game against the Maple Leafs.