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Jan 28, 2023 0 0 -1 2 -1
Jan 27, 2023 0 0 0 2
Jan 25, 2023 0 0 0 0
Jan 23, 2023 0 0 -2 1 -1.5
Jan 21, 2023 0 0 0 1

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2022 42.510.6 4 9 13 1 13:57
2021 525.2 10 6 16 -3 13:44
2020 39.755.7 7 7 14 -2 13:49
3y Avg. 51.755.8 9 6 15 2 13:59
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  • Islanders' Casey Cizikas: One point in last six games

    Cizikas was scoreless as the Islanders lost 4-1 to the Bruins on Thursday. The Islanders are in a massive goal-scoring slump at this time. They have only lit the lamp 11 times in their last seven games and have won only once. Cizikas only has four goals and 12 points in 45 games this season. He's not the answer to the team's goal-scoring problems. Cizikas is on the team to provide energy as he centers Matt Martin and Cal Clutterbuck; their job is to hit anything in a different-colored jersey. Cizikas is on pace to have his best season point-wise since 2018-19, but that may not be enough to get him or the team to where they want to go.
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  • Islanders' Casey Cizikas: One of each in win

    Cizikas scored a goal, added an assist and went plus-3 in Tuesday's 6-2 win over the Canucks. Cizikas ended a seven-game goal drought with his third-period insurance marker. He's earned three points over his last two outings and now has 10 points, 43 shots on net 82 hits, 40 PIM and a plus-2 rating through 38 contests overall. Cizikas is playing a large role while the Islanders' forward group remains banged up, but he'll likely be back on the fourth line when the team's health improves.
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  • Islanders' Casey Cizikas: Modest success on top line

    Cizikas posted an assist and four hits in Sunday's 4-1 loss to the Kraken. Cizikas made a centering pass to set up Mathew Barzal for the Islanders' lone goal. The helper snapped a six-game point drought for Cizikas, who has spent virtually all of his career as a bottom-six center. It's unclear how long he'll stick on the top line, but the Islanders' injury situation has clearly made head coach Lane Lambert get creative with his forwards. Cizikas has two goals, six assists, 42 shots on net, 82 hits, 40 PIM and 28 blocked shots through 37 contests.
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  • Islanders' Casey Cizikas: Ready to rock

    Cizikas (upper body) will return to the lineup for Tuesday's game versus Pittsburgh, Andrew Gross of Newsday reports. Cizikas is expected to move to the wing Tuesday, skating on the third line with Jean-Gabriel Pageau and Zach Parise. Cizikas has picked up two goals and seven points through 34 contests this season.
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  • Islanders' Casey Cizikas: Out Friday with upper-body injury

    Cizikas (upper body) will miss Friday's game against Florida, per Andrew Gross of Newsday. Cizikas was injured during Thursday's contest versus the Rangers. He has two goals and seven points in 34 games while averaging 13:04 of ice time this season. Aatu Raty, who was recalled from the AHL on Friday, will draw into the lineup.
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  • Islanders' Casey Cizikas: Day-to-day with upper-body injury

    Cizikas was listed Friday as day-to-day with an upper-body injury. Cizikas left in the second period of Thursday's game against the Rangers. He has two goals and seven points in 34 games while averaging 13:04 of ice time this season. It's not yet clear if there's any chance of the 31-year-old playing Friday versus Florida.
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  • Islanders' Casey Cizikas: Leaves game with injury

    Cizikas (undisclosed) left Thursday's game versus the Rangers and did not return. Head coach Lane Lambert had no update on his status after the game, Andrew Gross of Newsday reports. Cizikas exited in the second period. He logged a hit in 7:31 of ice time. The Islanders play again Friday versus the Panthers, but it's unclear if Cizikas will be able to shake off his injury in time to suit up.
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  • Islanders' Casey Cizikas: Leads team in PIM

    Cizikas leads the team in PIM with 40 in 33 games this season. Cizikas' career high in PIM was the 48 he had last year. He might pass that number before the calendar year is over. Cizikas has been talked to by the coaching staff to stay out of the box but has still taken a minor penalty in two of his last three games.
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  • Islanders' Casey Cizikas: Nets second-period marker

    Cizikas scored a goal and produced a plus-3 rating during a 6-4 win over the host Devils on Friday. Cizikas, who has two points in his past three games, notched his first goal in 28 outings this season. The up-and-down campaign continues for the 31-year-old center, who has endured a pair of seven-game point droughts. Cizikas registered two shots and two PIM to go with his goal Friday.
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  • Islanders' Casey Cizikas: Assist and fight in win

    Cizikas notched an assist, a fighting major, two shots on goal, two hits and two blocked shots in Sunday's 3-0 win over the Blackhawks. Cizikas got the fight out of the way early, dropping the mitts with Reese Johnson in the first period. In the second period, Cizikas set up Matt Martin for a goal that wasn't confirmed until a review after the play initially went on. The helper was Cizikas' fifth of the season, but he's still looking for a goal 26 games in. He's added 34 PIM, 59 hits, 18 blocked shots and 27 shots on net in his usual fourth-line role.
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  • Islanders' Casey Cizikas: Yet to score

    Cizikas still hasn't scored a goal this season through 23 games. Cizikas has managed to score at least 10 goals in three of the past four seasons, so it's somewhat of a surprise that he has yet to pot one this year. Cizikas has four assists, a rating of minus-2 and 29 PIM. The Islanders have talked to Cizikas about staying out of the box, as he is one of their best penalty killers. This may be easier said than done Tuesday, when the Isles take on the Flyers in the second half of a home-and-home series.
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  • Islanders' Casey Cizikas: Practices with team

    Cizikas (undisclosed) was able to practice Friday, Andrew Gross of Newsday reports. Cizikas has to leave the loss to the Coyotes on Thursday. While no reason was given for why he had to leave, it is believed it was to check to make sure he did not have a concussion. No matter the reason, the fact that Cizikas was able to practice Friday is a pretty good sign that he will play Saturday versus the Blue Jackets.
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  • Islanders' Casey Cizikas: Suffers late injury Thursday

    Cizikas (undisclosed) left Thursday's game versus the Coyotes in the third period, Andrew Gross of Newsday reports. Head coach Lane Lambert had no update on Cizikas' status after the contest. The injury occurred on a faceoff late in the game, which may explain the lack of details. Cizikas can be considered day-to-day heading into Saturday's game versus the Blue Jackets, though the 31-year-old's potential absence is unlikely to impact many fantasy managers.
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  • Islanders' Casey Cizikas: Early exit Tuesday

    Cizikas only played 46 seconds Tuesday versus the Blackhawks before being ejected from the game. Cizikas was given a five-minute major and game misconduct for goaltender interference. While driving to the net, Cizikas collided with Alex Stalock of the Hawks and knocked him out of the game. Initially, Cizikas was only given a two-minute minor before they reviewed the play and then assessed a major penalty. The Islanders were able to kill off the penalty. Still, they could be without Cizikas for more than just the remainder of this game, as the play will almost certainly be reviewed by the Department of Player Safety for a suspension.
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  • Islanders' Casey Cizikas: Delivers first point of campaign

    Cizikas collected an assist in Friday's 6-2 win over the Hurricanes. Only three forwards from the Islanders missed the scoresheet in this one, and even Cizikas -- who had been without a point through the first seven games -- managed to help out on Matt Martin's go-ahead goal in the second period. Cizikas is situated in a fourth-line role, so points will be few and far between for the veteran pivot.
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  • Islanders' Casey Cizikas: Scoreless in first four games

    Cizikas has yet to register a point and only has five shots in the first four games this season. Cizikas had a career season in 2018-19 with 20 goals and 33 points, but in the three-plus seasons since, he only has 27 goals and 44 points. The Islanders seem to be perennially searching for goal scoring, but Cizikas isn't the answer. His line is best used as a physical tool to hit everything that moves and provide energy for the team. The Islanders will likely need that energy as their next five games are against the Lightning, Panthers, Rangers, Hurricanes, and Avalanche. Where they sit after these five games might tell us all we need to know about how this team compares with some of the best in the league.
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  • Islanders' Casey Cizikas: Good to go

    Cizikas will be in the lineup for Saturday's preseason finale against the Rangers, Stefan Rosner of NYI Hockey Now reports. Cizikas got back on the ice Saturday morning after being unavailable for the past few days due to an undisclosed issue. Coach Lane Lambert confirmed after the session that Cizikas would play Saturday night. Based on the morning skate, the veteran forward is projected to play between Matt Martin and Ross Johnston.
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  • Islanders' Casey Cizikas: Back at practice Saturday

    Cizikas (undisclosed) returned to practice Saturday, Andrew Gross of Newsday reports. Cizikas left practice early Wednesday with an undisclosed injury, but his presence on the ice Saturday suggests he should be ready for the Islanders' regular-season opener against the Panthers on Thursday. He should start the season on the fourth line -- Cizikas had 10 goals and 16 points in 74 games last season.
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  • Islanders' Casey Cizikas: Leaves practice early

    Cizikas had to leave practice early Wednesday for the Islanders, Andrew Gross of Newsday reports. The Islanders stated that the reason for his absence was for maintenance. That could mean anything from skate sharpening to a bathroom break. Cizikas is expected to be ready to play for the season opener on Oct. 13 versus the Panthers and play center on the fourth line.
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  • Islanders' Casey Cizikas: Led team in minor penalties

    Cizikas was the team leader for the Islanders with 24 minor penalties, Kevin Kurz of The Athletic reports reports. This was a far cry from the 2020-21 season, where Cizikas only had 11 minor penalties for the team. The entire fourth line for the Islanders had an off-season but maybe none more than Cizikas, who seemed to be a step slower this season and may have been dealing with an injury that didn't stop him from playing but did keep him from playing his best. If Cizikas doesn't revert to the player he used to be, then the Islanders will have another long-term contract that could haunt them for years.
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