Anders Lee

#27 LW / N.Y. Islanders / EXP: 3YRS Height: 6-3 Weight: 227 lb Age: 25 College: Notre Dame

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    Islanders' Anders Lee: Scoring slump continues

    Lee has only scored three goals in his last 30 games. Lee just hasn't been able to find any kind of goal scoring consistency this season. He only has seven goals on the season putting him well behind the 25 goal pace he scored last year. His struggles have also seen him firmly implanted on the third line with little to no power play time. It would seem unlikely at this time that his season will take a turn for the better.

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    Islanders' Anders Lee: Only has six goals this season

    Lee only has six goals and 20 points so far this season. Lee has been a huge disappointment this season. He scored 25 goals last year and some were talking he could possibly surpass the 30 goal mark this year. That seems to be highly unlikely though as Lee just hasn't had that kind of puck luck this campaign. Perhaps he will snap out of it though as he does have 116 shots on goal so the chances are there, but not the results.

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    Islanders' Anders Lee: Only two goals in last 21 games

    Lee has only scored two goals in his last 21 games for the Islanders. Lee also only has six goals for the season after scoring 25 last year. Like many of the Islanders he has struggled to dent the twine on a consistent basis. He was moved back to the top line with John Tavares so his odds of scoring should increase but if he continues to struggle for a couple of games he will likely see himself moved down.

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    Islanders' Anders Lee: Registers two points in win

    Lee recorded a goal and an assist in Sunday's win over the Stars. Lee opened up the Isles' six-goal night with a power-play tally in the first period, then later grabbed another point with the man advantage providing the helper to Kyle Okposo's second-period goal. The 25-year-old is now up to six goals and 13 assists on the season, a pace slightly below last year's 41-point output.

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    Islanders' Anders Lee: Ends lengthy goal slump with two-point night

    Lee stuffed the stat sheet Tuesday in Toronto, notching a goal on two shots, an assist, a plus-2 rating and two PIM in a winning effort. The tally was his first since Nov. 22, and Lee had notched just four helpers in the 15-game interim. After seeing his ice time dip to just 13:10 in Sunday's end of the home-and-home set against the Leafs, Lee was back to a more typical 16:46 in this one. The 25-year-old Minnesotan has great offensive skill, but has seen his productivity decline sharply this season from last year's 25-goal, 41-point bust-out.

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    Islanders' Anders Lee: Moved up to top line

    Lee will play on the top line with John Tavares, reports Newsday. The Islanders will be without Kyle Okposo for at least the next two games so have moved Lee up to replace him. Lee hasn't scored in 12 games so some might see this as a curious move as Tavares himself is in a scoring slump (three goals in last 12 games). When you throw in Josh Bailey on this line, six goals on the season, you aren't exactly striking fear into the hearts of your opponent. Perhaps a change is what these players need however to shake themselves out of their doldrums.

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    Islanders' Anders Lee: Only scored once in November

    Lee only wrinkled the twine once in November. It was because of this slump that he was moved off the top line with John Tavares. Lee has the talent to be a consistent 25 goal scorer in the NHL but the Islander like to play a game of musical chairs when it comes to their lines. Although he's not with Tavares now, you can bet that at sometime this season they will be reunited.

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    Islanders' Anders Lee: Dishes out two assists in win

    Lee recorded a pair of assists in Friday's win over the Ducks. It was the first points in five games for Lee, who skated on the second line with Josh Bailey and Frans Nielsen. Lee now has three goals and nine points in 18 games on the year. While the 25-year-old broke out for 25 goals last season, he's been credited with just eight shots on goal over his last five games, so he'll need to put more pucks on net to increase his current goal total. We wouldn't be too worried, though, as Lee is a sniper and this two-assist outing should put him back on the right track offensively.

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    Islanders' Anders Lee: Nets goal on man advantage Saturday

    Lee contributed a power-play goal to a 6-3 win over the Sharks on Saturday night. This was a strange play. Following a hard shot from Ryan Strome, Sharks goalie Alex Stalock appeared to lose sight of the puck and promptly took off his mask, but not before Lee dropped the puck in the net for his second goal and fourth point on the young season.

  • Isles Ink Lee To Four-Year Pact

    News: Anders Lee signed a four-year, $15 million contract extension with the Islanders on Tuesday, Arthur Staple of Newsday reports.
    Analysis: Anders Lee shined in his first full NHL season in 2014-15, scoring 25 goals and chipping in 16 points in 76 games. For a time, he even saw top-line minutes alongside John Tavares, something that could occur with more regularity if the Islanders elect to part ways with Kyle Okposo during the summer. Regardless, the 24-year-old should be locked into a role on one of the Isles' two scoring lines until his deal expires at the end of the 2018-19 campaign.
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