It took John Tavares just 6 seconds on the powerplay to tie the game for the New York Islanders.
— YeSUV? (@IslesWhiteSUV) November 2, 2017
Remember when the New York Islanders’ powerplay was 2/32?
Seems like a distant memory now, eh?
The Islanders powerplay, by the way, has now cashed in on six of their last 11 opportunities, beginning an ascension from sitting dead-last in the NHL.
With the assist on the goal, Bailey has now extended his point streak to eight games. Not only is it the longest streak in Bailey’s career, it’s the longest active point-streak in the NHL.
Mathew Barzal was able to draw the penalty, after Brooks Orpik took a slashing penalty from the rookie’s dangerous speed.
The Islanders currently trail the Washington Capitals 2-1 on MSG+.