Anders Lee

New York Islanders #27 - Center

  • Born: 07/03/90
  • Age: 23
  • Height: 6-2
  • Weight: 225
2013-14 Islanders 22 9 5 14 3 14 2 0 0 68

Isles vs. Sabres: 5 Rebuild Questions with DBTB

We swapped questions with Andy Boron of Die By The Blade, SB Nation's Sabres site, to check the temperature of the inferno in Buffalo.

[Gameday Bits] Anders Lee and his real USHL coach

The oddly road warrior-like Islanders visit the Tampa Bay Lightning, as Anders Lee sees his old USHL coach.

Trick Shot Wednesday: March Madness on Ice

TSW takes one last breather before the college hoopyball tournaments begin, and a familiar face from ND hockey makes his professional debut on the OFD ice sheet.

[Gameday Bits] Moulson, Nino return on MSG+2

Some reading before the Islanders host the Minnesota Wild and their two former Islanders wingers.

Isles vs. Sharks: When poles meet

Teams at polar opposites of the standings, and continent, clash.

Gawking: Reactions to Canucks collapse vs. Isles

Reactions to a historic third period in which the New York Islanders tied franchise records for themselves and for (or rather at the expense of) the Vancouver Canucks.

Recap: Nilsson, Nielson, Nelson

A bad effort from the Jets, leads to a bad effort with the recap. Paper writing has done me in.

[Bits] BST recalls; Pulock milestone; outdoors

For the Islanders, Thursday will begin a run of six games in nine days. But last night's news was the call has come in.

[Bits] Olympics end, recalls and rumors begin

Mercifully -- and for some victoriously -- the Olympics are over, and the NHL damage is widespread.

[Bits + Bronze Medal Thread] Lee keys comeback

The men's bronze medal game between the USA and Finland is this morning (10 a.m. EST, NBC Sports and CBC), so you can chat that up here.

[Bits] Women's semi; men's seeds; Bridgeport goals

The men's Olympic hockey preliminary round is over and they have a day (or two) off, but the women's semifinals happen this morning -- Canada faces Switzerland while the U.S. faces Sweden.

[Bits] 13 Bridgeport PKs in Nilsson shutout

Which is more remarkable? The fact the Bridgeport Sound Tigers faced 13 Norfolk power plays -- yes, thirteen -- last night, or the fact they killed off all of them in Anders Nilsson's 3-0 shutout win?

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