Beauvillier registered an assist and four shots on net in Tuesday's 5-4 shootout loss to the Canucks.
Beauvillier set up Brock Nelson for the game-tying goal 4:32 into the third period. The assists was Beauvillier's first point since Feb. 21. The 22-year-old forward has a career-high 39 points to go with 132 shots, 86 hits and a minus-11 rating in 68 appearances this year. At times streaky, fantasy owners will hope Tuesday's outing sparks a little life into Beauvillier's game.
Beauvillier only has one goal and one assist in his last eight games for the Islanders.
Overall Beauvillier is still having a solid season with 18 goals and 20 assists in 62 games. He's on pace to beat the 21 goals (career high) he had during the 2017-18 season and the 38 career points are already a career best. Beauvillier, for the most part, has played on the second line with Brock Nelson and a rotating winger on the right side. Beauvillier scores in bunches and right now he has gone cold.
Beauvillier scored twice on four shots in Monday's 5-3 win over Washington.
Beauvillier scored twice in the opening 6:16 to stake the Islanders to an early 2-0 lead. He extended his point streak to six games (five goals, three assists) and has hit the scoresheet in nine of 10 games dating back to mid-January. The 22-year-old has already logged a personal-high 36 points in 54 games, and he's three goals away from hitting 20 for the second time in his young career.
Beauvillier scored twice, including the game-winner, and had three shots in Tuesday's 4-3 overtime win over the Stars.
Beauvillier put away the Stars with a breakaway goal with just over two minutes left in the extra session. He also opened the scoring 90 seconds into the first period, recording his first multi-goal game since mid-November. The 22-year-old has found the scoresheet in six of his last seven games (five goals, four assists) and now has 15 goals and 32 points in 51 contests this season.
Beauvillier collected two assists in Saturday's 6-4 loss to the Capitals.
He notched the primary helper on two first-period tallies. Beauvillier is on a little roll, scoring two goals and five points in the last three games, and on the season the 22-year-old has 12 goals and 28 points through 47 contests.
Beauvillier scored a goal and tallied an assist during Tuesday's 8-2 win over the Red Wings.
Beauvillier finally got the monkey off his back by scoring a goal and ending a 13-game goal drought. He only played 14:29, three minutes less than Beauvillier's season average, but made the most of his time on the ice. Playing on New York's top power-play unit, expect Beauvillier to add to his five power-play points in the games and weeks to come.
Beauvillier only has one goal in his last 13 games for the Islanders.
Beauvillier has five assists during this span, but the Isles need him to bulge the twine a little more often. Overall, Beauvillier is having a solid season, as he has already surpassed his assist total from last season and is on pace to do the same with his goal-scoring. The Islanders don't possess a high-octane offense and Beauvillier is one of the few players the team relies upon to light the lamp.
Beauvillier scored the game-winning goal in overtime and added an assist in Saturday's 3-2 victory over the Sabres.
The fourth-year winger had been stuck in a rut, managing only two points (a goal and an assist) in his last 10 games, but Beauvillier matched that output in one fell swoop. He's now scored 10 goals and 20 points in 31 games, putting him well on pace for a career year.
Beauvillier netted a goal on two shots with two PIM in Monday's 4-1 win over the Red Wings.
Beauvillier took a hooking minor in the first period, but he scored just nine seconds after leaving the sin bin. He corralled a pass from Josh Bailey and firing the puck past Jonathan Bernier to put the Islanders up 2-0. The goal snapped a four-game point drought for Beauvillier, who went cold as the team scored just four goals in that span. The 22-year-old's breakout campaign is back on track -- he has nine tallies and 17 points in 25 appearances.
Beauvillier scored a goal and an assist while adding three shots, four hits and a plus-4 rating in Tuesday's 5-4 overtime win over the Penguins.
He opened the scoring for the Isles early in the second period with his fifth goal in the last three games, then stole the puck in the Pittsburgh zone in OT and set up Brock Nelson for the winner. After doing little through the first month of the season, Beauvillier's hot streak has him up to seven goals and 14 points in 19 games.
Beauvillier scored two goals, including the game-tying goal, and had five shots in Saturday's 4-3 shootout win over the Flyers.
The Islanders trailed 3-0 after 20 minutes, but Beauvillier got them on the board 7:46 into the third period and later tied the game with 2:04 remaining. That's now back-to-back two-goal games for Beauvillier, who went over a month without lighting the lamp prior to this stretch. He's also registered five shots on goal in each of the last two games.
Beauvillier scored two goals, one on the power play, in Wednesday's 5-4 win over the Maple Leafs.
He ripped a shot over Frederik Andersen's glove from the top of the faceoff circle late in the first period, then tucked home a cheeky little backhand through Andersen's five hole late in the second. Beauvillier came into the game with only two goals and eight points through 16 games, but the 22-year-old is maintaining a top-six role and a regular spot on the Isles' power play, and Wednesday's effort could be a sign of things to come.
Beauvillier (illness) returned to practice Friday.
Beauvillier missed Thursday's on-ice session due to an illness, but his presence at Friday's morning skate all but confirms he'll be available for the evening's matchup with Tampa Bay. The 22-year-old winger has had a solid start to the season, notching two goals and six points while posting a plus-4 rating through his first 11 games.
Beauvillier wasn't able to practice Thursday due to an illness, Andrew Gross of Newsday reports.
There is some kind of virus going around the locker room for the Islanders as several players have now been out due to this illness. There is no word yet on whether or not Beauvillier will play Friday but with Noah Dobson (illness), Jordan Eberle (lower body), Matt Martin (lower body), Andrew Ladd (knee), Tom Kuhnhackl (lower body) and Leo Komarov (illness) all out of the lineup, the Islanders are running out of healthy bodies. Beauvillier will likely be a game-time decision.
Beauvillier picked up two assists in Saturday's 3-2 overtime win over the Blue Jackets.
After being held off the scoresheet in four straight games, the 22-year-old snapped back to life and helped set up Brock Nelson's OT winner. Beauvillier has two goals and six points in eight contests to begin the season, and his role continues to increase -- he led all Islanders forwards in ice time with 21:00 on Saturday.
Beauvillier scored a goal and added an assist in Sunday's 4-1 win over the Jets.
Beauvillier's assist came on a power-play goal by Josh Bailey, which opened the scoring 1:51 into the second period. The Quebec native then added an insurance tally in the third period to produce the final score. The 22-year-old forward is up to three points in two games already, showing he's ready to take his game to a new level.
Beauvillier managed an assist and three shots on goal in Friday's 2-1 loss to the Capitals.
Beauvillier's assist came on a fluky goal by defenseman Devon Toews, but it'll still count as the winger's first point of the year. After a 36-point campaign in 2017-18, the Quebec native took a step back with 18 tallies and 28 points last year. He'll be looking to chip in 30-plus points from his third-line role this season.
Beauvillier scored the game-tying and game-winning goals Friday versus the Red Wings.
Beauvillier tied the game with just over a minute remaining in the contest and then ended it about 30 seconds into overtime. He has scored 39 goals in 152 games over the past two seasons. Those are hardly game-shattering numbers but there is room for upside here. Beauvillier is slotted to open the season likely playing on the second line with Brock Nelson and Josh Bailey, but that is far from written in stone.
Beauvillier secured a two-year, $4.2 million contract from the Islanders on Wednesday.
Beauvillier came up just short of hitting the 20-goal mark last season (18), but managed to set career highs in games played (81), shots (156) and ice time per game (14:39). Despite an uptick in minutes on the power play, the 22-year-old tallied just two points with the man advantage. The winger is far from a lock for a top-six role, especially following the addition of Derick Brassard and the expected emergence of Josh Ho-Sang, which makes Beauvillier a riskier fantasy play.
Beauviller received a qualifying offer from the Islanders on Tuesday.
Beauvillier has developed into a dependable bottom-six option during his first three seasons with the Islanders, notching 65 goals and 132 points in 279 games. The 22-year-old winger will step into a similar, if not identical, role in 2019-20.
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