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Apr 29, 2022 0 1 -1 4 2
Apr 26, 2022 1 0 1 5 8
Apr 24, 2022 1 0 0 1 7
Apr 23, 2022 0 1 -1 4 2
Apr 21, 2022 0 0 0 2

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2021 77.515.5 5 16 21 21:08
2020 7236 2 15 17 15 22:26
2019 142.514.3 10 25 35 8 22:23
3y Avg. 126.7518.1 7 23 30 15 22:17
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  • Islanders' Ryan Pulock: Ends season on high note

    Pulock had a point, two goals and two assists in the last four games of the season for the Islanders. Pulock had five goals and 21 points for the Islanders on the season in 56 games. This was a disappointing season for Pulock as the Islanders expected more offensively and defensively from the player they just signed to an eight-year, $49.2 million contract in October. Pulock did miss approximately 2.5 of the season due to a lower-body injury some shelf time due to COVID-19 protocols. Still, much more will be expected from Pulock next season.
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  • Islanders' Ryan Pulock: Good to go Friday

    Pulock (illness) will be in Friday's lineup against Tampa Bay, Andrew Gross of Newsday reports. It was earlier reported that Pulock would be absent from Friday's season finale but he will suit up. The 27-year-old tallied a point in each of his last three appearances, giving him 20 through 55 games on the year.
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  • Islanders' Ryan Pulock: Not playing Friday

    Pulock (illness) will not play Friday against the Lightning, Andrew Gross of Newsday reports. Pulock missed Thursday's game against the Capitals with the non-COVID-19 illness, as well. The 27-year-old finishes his 2021-22 campaign having tallied 20 points, 118 shots, 85 hits and 130 blocked shots in 55 games.
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  • Islanders' Ryan Pulock: Under the weather

    Pulock won't play Thursday against Washington due to a non-COVID illness. The Islanders only have one game remaining after Thursday's contest, so Pulock could be done for the season. If that ends up being the case, he'll finish the year having tallied five goals, 20 points and 130 blocks through 55 contests.
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  • Islanders' Ryan Pulock: Generates power-play helper

    Pulock notched a power-play assist, four shots on goal and two hits in Sunday's 4-2 loss to the Maple Leafs. Pulock earned the secondary assist on Anthony Beauvillier's opening tally in the first period. With the helper, Pulock is up to 17 points in 50 contests, matching his output from 56 games last year. He's earned three power-play assists among his 17 points, as well as a plus-3 rating, 105 shots on net, 123 blocked shots and 81 hits in a top-four role this season. Pulock snapped a seven-game point drought Sunday.
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  • Islanders' Ryan Pulock: No power-play goals

    Pulock hasn't scored a power-play goal for the Islanders since he had three during the COVID-19 shortened 2019-20 season. Pulock also only has three assists on the power play during the past two seasons. The Islanders don't possess anywhere near a lethal power play, and perhaps one of the main reasons is that Pulock, who possesses the hardest shot from the point by one of their defensemen, doesn't seem to be someone they can rely on with the man advantage. Noah Dobson has taken the role of power-play specialist from Pulock this season, and that's not likely to change anytime soon.
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  • Islanders' Ryan Pulock: Six points in last six games

    Pulock has six points, all assists in his last six games for the Islanders. What is most surprising is that Pulock is once again struggling to put the biscuit in the basket. Pulock has a rocket for a shot but only has three goals, one this season) in his last 88 games. This comes from a player who had 29 goals in his previous 218 games. Pulock may be shooting in bad luck, although that is a bit of a stretch over two seasons. Pulock is still considered the best overall defenseman for the Islanders, and with coach Barry Trotz, defense does come first.
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  • Islanders' Ryan Pulock: Adds offense from blue line

    Pulock piled up three assists in a 6-0 win over the Blue Jackets on Thursday. Pulock was not going to be left out of a major offensive performance by the Islanders, as he also unleashed five shots Thursday. The defenseman now has six assists over his last five contests, helping him to make his limited season line more respectable. Pulock has one goal and 10 assists across 29 contests.
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  • Islanders' Ryan Pulock: Generates assist Monday

    Pulock notched an assist in Monday's 5-4 loss to the Avalanche. Pulock had the secondary assist on Casey Cizikas' third-period marker. With a goal and two helpers through four games in March, Pulock is starting to find a groove on offense. The steady defenseman has eight points, 44 shots on net, 74 blocked shots, 49 hits and a minus-9 rating in 28 outings overall.
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  • Islanders' Ryan Pulock: Scores first goal of season

    Pulock scored a goal, levied three hits and blocked two shots in Tuesday's 5-3 loss to the Avalanche. Just after a power play expired, Pulock found twine to tie the game at 1-1 midway through the first period. A three-time 30-point earner, Pulock has struggled to find his scoring touch this season. He's at six points with 42 shots on net, 69 blocked shots, 46 hits and a minus-10 rating in 25 contests. He's still a steady defender, and that will keep him in a significant role for the Islanders.
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  • Islanders' Ryan Pulock: Productive in win

    Pulock notched an assist, five blocked shots, two shots on goal and a plus-2 rating in Tuesday's 5-2 win over the Kraken. Pulock helped out on a Brock Nelson tally in the first period. After that, it was a strong defensive showing for Pulock, who continues to be a reliable source of physical production. The defenseman has been limited to three assists in his last nine games. For the season, he's at five helpers, 40 shots on net, 53 blocked shots, 40 hits and a minus-10 rating while playing as a top-four blueliner.
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  • Islanders' Ryan Pulock: Due for promotion

    Pulock is expected to move up to the top defensive pair alongside Adam Pelech in the near future, Andrew Gross of Newsday reports. Pulock and Pelech were separated four games into the season and haven't played together since. Coach Barry Trotz may feel that with Pulock now healthy and with his legs under him, it may be the time to put them back together as the Islanders try to mount an improbable playoff run. This duo represents the two best defenders for the Isles, and if the two are put together on the same pairing, they will be expected to face the opposing team's best forwards game in and game out.
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  • Islanders' Ryan Pulock: Earns assist in win

    Pulock notched an assist and two shots on goal in Wednesday's 6-3 win over the Canucks. This was Pulock's first point in three games since returning from a lower-body injury that cost him 25 contests. The 27-year-old set up Anders Lee's first-period marker. Pulock has shown some skill on offense in the past, but he's at just three assists in 15 games so far. The blueliner has added 39 blocked shots, 29 hits, 25 shots on net and a minus-3 rating -- it's his non-scoring contributions that bolster his fantasy value.
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  • Islanders' Ryan Pulock: Activated off IR

    Pulock (lower body) was activated off injured reserve Tuesday, Brian Compton of NHL.com reports. Pulock could make his first NHL appearance in 25 games as soon as Tuesday's tilt against Ottawa. The 27-year-old has averaged 21:07 of ice time -- 1:54 during the man advantage -- and distributed two assists over 12 games this season. Andy Greene is likely to see a reduced role upon Pulock's return.
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  • Islanders' Ryan Pulock: Game-time call Tuesday

    Pulock (lower body) was designated as a game-time decision for Tuesday's game against Ottawa, Brian Compton of NHL.com reports. Pulock has averaged 19:44 of ice time -- 1:50 during the power play -- and recorded one assist over his last five appearances. His most recent NHL performance was Nov. 15 in a 4-1 loss to Tampa Bay.
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  • Islanders' Ryan Pulock: Skating with team

    Pulock (lower body) was able to skate with the Islanders on Thursday, Andrew Gross of Newsday reports. Pulock may be back to skating with the team, but he's yet to be activated off long-term injured reserve. When he will be activated is up to Pulock, according to coach Barry Trotz. The Islanders have four games in the next six days, and as much as they would like Pulock back in the lineup, they may elect to wait until after the All-Star break to re-insert Pulock back in.
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  • Islanders' Ryan Pulock: Exits COVID protocols

    Pulock (lower body) has cleared the league's COVID-19 protocols and has been upgraded to day-to-day according to coach Barry Trotz, Andrew Gross of Newsday reports. While Pulock won't be in action against the Coyotes on Friday, the defenseman is clearly trending in the right direction and could be an option sooner rather than later. The Manitoba native has been sidelined since Nov. 15 versus the Lightning, a stretch of 20 games on injured reserve, but should be capable of pushing for the 20-point mark if he can get back into the lineup soon.
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  • Islanders' Ryan Pulock: Enters COVID-19 protocols

    Pulock (lower body) was placed on the COVID-19 protocols list Tuesday. Pulock has been recovering from a lower-body injury since Nov. 15. He began skating on his own on Dec. 26 but has not returned to full practice.
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  • Islanders' Ryan Pulock: Not expected to return Thursday

    Pulock (lower body) is not expected to be ready to return to the lineup when the Islanders next play Thursday versus the Devils, Andrew Gross of Newsday reports. Pulock has been skating on his own but has yet to practice with the Islanders since the injury. Pulock was initially supposed to return to the team at the start of the new year, but he looks to be at least another 7-10 days away from activation.
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  • Islanders' Ryan Pulock: Skating on his own

    Pulock (lower body) has started skating on his own but has no timetable for a return to practice with the Islanders, Andrew Gross of Newsday reports. Pulock has been out of the lineup for the Islanders since Nov. 15, and he has been missed as the team has scrambled to fill his spot with either Sebastian Aho or Robin Salo. Pulock was initially slated to miss 4-6 weeks. Monday will make it six weeks, and it's evident that Pulock is recovering slower than expected. The Islanders are hoping that he will return to the lineup early in 2022.
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