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2021 47.758 6 13 19 -1 11:51
2020 103.3 3 3 11:00
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  • Islanders' Kieffer Bellows: Snags one-year pact

    Bellows signed a one-year, $1.2 million contract with the Islanders on Monday. Despite playing in just 45 games, Bellows still managed to establish new personal bests last year in goals (six), assists (13) and power-play points (four). While Bellows is unlikely to jump right into a top-six role, he should see an uptick in both games and minutes this season, which should set him up well to potentially top the 20-point mark for the first time in his three-year NHL career.
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  • Islanders' Kieffer Bellows: Needs improvement

    Bellows finished the season with six goals, 19 points and a minus-1 rating in 45 games. Bellows hasn't been the player the Islanders hoped for since they drafted him in the first round, 19th overall, of the 2016 NHL Entry Draft. Bellows has only 11 career goals in 67 games. If he remains with the Islanders next season, he will likely once again find himself as a spare part, needing an injury or two to get into the lineup on a regular basis.
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  • Islanders' Kieffer Bellows: Draws assist

    Bellows logged an assist, six hits and two blocked shots in Friday's 3-0 win over the Canadiens. Bellows missed time with an illness and as a healthy scratch to begin April, but he's now played in consecutive games. He helped out on Zach Parise's opening tally Friday. Bellows had gone 10 games without a point prior to this contest, and he's posted four goals, 10 assists, 62 shots on net, 84 hits and an even plus-minus rating in 37 outings. He'll likely be limited to bottom-six minutes if he can retain a regular role in the lineup.
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  • Islanders' Kieffer Bellows: Stepping back into lineup

    Bellows (illness) will retake his place in the lineup against Pittsburgh on Thursday, Wes Crosby of NHL.com reports. Even prior to his illness, Bellow was a healthy scratch for five straight matchups, so his hold on a lineup spot should be considered tenuous at best. Even when he has played, the 23-year-old Minnesota native has struggled to produce, as he is mired in a nine-game pointless steak. As such, fantasy players shouldn't be expecting much out of Bellows down the stretch.
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  • Islanders' Kieffer Bellows: Dealing with illness

    Bellows (illness) won't play Tuesday versus the Penguins, Andrew Gross of Newsday reports. Bellows has often been a healthy scratch anyways, so this won't make much of a difference for fantasy managers. The 23-year-old will be out of the lineup for his sixth straight game Tuesday, though a return to practice or warmups down the line will indicate he's cleared his illness.
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  • Islanders' Kieffer Bellows: Healthy scratch for five straight

    Bellows was a healthy scratch for the fifth straight game as the Islanders lost to the Blues 6-1 on Saturday. Bellows was expected to play Saturday as the Islanders needed an extra forward with Casey Cizikas serving a one-game suspension. However, the Islanders instead elected to recall Andy Andreoff from the AHL for that spot. This was likely because coach Barry Trotz preferred to use a center rather than a wing to fill in for the suspended pivot. Bellows' next chance to play will come Tuesday against the Penguins.
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  • Islanders' Kieffer Bellows: Expected to play Thursday

    Bellows is expected to draw into the lineup against the Red Wings on Thursday, Andrew Gross of Newsday reports. Bellows will play on the fourth line with Casey Cizikas and Matt Martin now that Cal Clutterbuck has been lost for the season due to shoulder surgery. Bellows has four goals and nine assists in 32 games in 2021-22.
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  • Islanders' Kieffer Bellows: Healthy scratch once again

    Bellows will be a healthy scratch for the second straight game when the Islanders take on the Capitals on Tuesday, Andrew Gross of Newsday reports. This absence will mean that Bellows has now been a healthy scratch for three of the past four games for the Islanders. Before this recent stretch, the Islanders did seem to give him a chance to play as they played Bellows in 10 straight games, but he only had one goal and three assists in those games. Bellows will likely need a forward or two to be dealt by the trade deadline on Monday to see consistent time with the Islanders this season, and he may be best suited for a change of scenery in the future.
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  • Islanders' Kieffer Bellows: Scoreless in four straight

    Bellows has failed to register a point in his last four games. Bellows is getting another extended run of playing time for the Islanders, as he has played in 10 straight games, but he only has one goal and three assists in those contests.
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  • Islanders' Kieffer Bellows: Tallies on breakaway

    Bellows scored a goal on three shots and added three hits in Sunday's 4-0 win over the Ducks. Bellows scored with 4:54 left in the contest. He's earned a goal and three assists in his last six games, which corresponds with him becoming a regular middle-six presence in the lineup. The 23-year-old winger is up to four goals, 13 points, 47 shots on net, 59 hits and a plus-3 rating through 26 outings.
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  • Islanders' Kieffer Bellows: Chips in with assist

    Bellows notched an assist, three shots on goal and three hits in Thursday's 4-3 shootout loss to the Sharks. Bellows has responded well to an everyday role in the lineup, as he's picked up an assist in three of the last four games. The winger has added 12 shots on goal and 12 hits in that span, playing mainly in a middle-six capacity. Bellows has 12 points, 41 shots, 55 hits and a plus-3 rating in 24 contests overall, but he'll need to stay productive to avoid getting scratched in favor of Josh Bailey.
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  • Islanders' Kieffer Bellows: Draws back in Thursday

    Bellows will likely be given a chance to be an every-day player and is in the lineup Thursday against Boston, Andrew Gross of Newsday reports. Coach Barry Trotz inserted Bellows into the game Thursday because Josh Bailey is out due to an upper-body injury. Trotz also stated that he believes Bellows is ready to take on a full-time role with the team. In the Islanders' 4-1 victory over the Bruins, Bellows had an assist, five shots on goals and a plus-1 rating in just under 15 minutes of ice time.
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  • Islanders' Kieffer Bellows: Healthy scratch for five straight

    Bellows was a healthy scratch once again as the Islanders defeated the Canucks 6-3 on Wednesday. It wasn't a good sign for those that want to see Bellows play as Ross Johnston was started over him against the Canucks. Bellows only has three goals and six assists in 20 games for the Islanders this season, so it's not like he is forcing the hand of coach Barry Trotz. Right now, Trotz prefers the physicality of Johnston over the skill of Bellows.
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  • Islanders' Kieffer Bellows: Could lose playing time

    Bellows could be the odd man out of the lineup now that the Islanders have a completely healthy forward group, Andrew Gross of Newsday reports. Coach Barry Trotz believes that Bellows is best served to play on the left side, which would eliminate him playing on a line with Mathew Barzal and Anders Lee, a position that has been wide open for most of the season. Trotz has been giving tryouts to just about every forward for that line. If Bellows can't play with Barzal, that likely leaves him competing with Kyle Palmieri for a role on the third line. It's also likely that Trotz will keep rotating this duo and possibly others until one gets hot and starts putting the biscuit in the basket, or one is just playing better than the other.
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  • Islanders' Kieffer Bellows: Chemistry lacking

    Bellows played on the top line with Mathew Barzal and Anders Lee in a 4-1 win over the Flyers on Monday, Andrew Gross of Newsday reports. Coach Barry Trotz stated after the victory that he didn't think Barzal and Bellows connected all that well playing together, as neither player registered a point and only accounted for one shot on goal between them.
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  • Islanders' Kieffer Bellows: Two-point night against Sabres

    Bellows scored a goal and a power-play assist in Thursday's 4-1 win over the Sabres. Bellows hasn't been a mainstay in the Islanders' lineup, but he'll earn more playing time if he keeps scoring given the team's struggles offensively. The 2016 first-round pick has two goals and an assist in his last two games, and his seven points this season represent more than half of Bellows' career scoring output at the NHL level.
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  • Islanders' Kieffer Bellows: Healthy scratch Thursday

    Bellows was a healthy scratch Thursday against the Bruins, Andrew Gross of Newsday reports. Bellows had played the previous six games and registered a goal and two assists. In total, Bellows only has a goal and three assists in 11 games this season.
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  • Islanders' Kieffer Bellows: Enters COVID-19 protocol

    Bellows was placed in COVID-19 protocol Sunday, Arthur Staple of The Athletic reports. Bellows will miss Sunday's game against Toronto and possibly more until he clears protocols. The forward has recorded one assist and no goals in five games this season.
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  • Islanders' Kieffer Bellows: Draws in Monday

    Bellows suited up for the first time in eight games in a 4-1 loss to the Lightning on Monday. This game marked only the third time this season that Bellows was in the lineup. Coach Barry Trotz is trying to spark an offense that has been stagnant of late. Bellow played a little over 10 minutes and had one shot. If Casey Cizikas (illness) can play Tuesday versus the Panthers, Bellows could find himself back in the press box.
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  • Islanders' Kieffer Bellows: Could play Saturday

    Bellows practiced on the third line and with the second power-play unit Thursday, Arthur Staple of The Athletic reports. Bellows would seem to be the likely choice to replace Zach Parise (back) if he isn't ready to play Saturday in Nashville. You could make a strong argument that it would benefit Bellows to play night in and night out either in the NHL or AHL, but the team is afraid to risk losing him to waivers, so he continues to serve as a healthy scratch with the big club.
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