CAR Carolina Hurricanes 4
Carolina Hurricanes Hurricanes Overall (20-22)
ATS (18-24)
O/U (15-26-1)
January 08 2019
- MSG+
NYI New York Islanders 3
New York Islanders Islanders Overall (23-18)
ATS (24-17)
O/U (15-23-3)
Final
Money Line Total: 6 Puck Line ATS
123
2445 Carolina Hurricanes -105 Under -125 (+1.5) -265 Cover: 2.5
202
2446 New York Islanders -115 Over +105 (-1.5) +225 OVER: 7
102
Final
Money Line Total: 6 Puck Line ATS
2445 CAR -105 Under: -125 (+1.5) -265 Cover: 2.5
2446 NYI -115 Over: +105 (-1.5) +225 OVER: 7
Line Movement
Money Line
Green = RECENT CHANGE Yellow = PREVIOUS LINE CHANGE
Money Line
1/8/2019
1:33 PM
CAR
-105
NYI
-115
1/8/2019
2:33 AM
NYI
-120
CAR
EVEN
1/7/2019
7:27 PM
NYI
-130
CAR
+110
Puck Line
Green = RECENT CHANGE Yellow = PREVIOUS LINE CHANGE
Puck Line
1/8/2019
1:33 PM
CAR(+1.5)
-265
NYI
+225
1/8/2019
2:33 AM
NYI(-1.5)
+200
CAR
-240
1/7/2019
7:27 PM
NYI(-1.5)
+200
CAR
-240
Total
Green = RECENT CHANGE Yellow = PREVIOUS LINE CHANGE
Total
1/8/2019
1:33 PM
6
+105
6
-125
1/8/2019
2:33 AM
6
+105
6
-125
1/7/2019
7:27 PM
6
+105
6
-125
Recap

UNIONDALE, N.Y. (AP) — Justin Williams, a three-time Stanley Cup winner, has scored many big goals. The puck found his stick after he left the penalty box in the third period Tuesday night, and the veteran forward scored another to lift Carolina to a fifth-straight win.

Williams got his 299th career goal at 17:18 of the third and the Hurricanes beat the Islanders 4-3 on Tuesday night to snap New York's six-game winning streak.

His 10th goal of the season made it 3-2. The 37-year-old forward flipped a backhand past goaltender Thomas Greiss with an assist from Greg McKegg.

"I was hoping they would kill off the penalty and they did. Then I got a great pass, the top side opened up and it turns out to be the game-winning goal," Williams said. "That team makes you earn everything. We got it done."

Jaccob Slavin made it 4-2 for the Hurricanes with a power-play goal at 18:53 before Brock Nelson scored his second of the game for the Islanders at 19:01.

Curtis McElhinney made 28 saves for Carolina, which also got goals from Saku Maenalanen and McKegg.

The Islanders were coming off a three-goal comeback win over St. Louis on Saturday following an overtime home win over Chicago last Thursday. The loss left their coach Barry Trotz frustrated about his team's lack of execution.

Trotz was perturbed the Islanders gave up McKegg's goal with only six seconds left in the first as well as Williams' tally on a broken play in the Islanders' zone.

"I thought we just mismanaged the game," Trotz said. "There are certain moments where you have to execute what is in the best interest of the group. We didn't do that. That's a good way to lose hockey games. That one or two points we could have had, we just threw them away."

Rookie defenseman Devon Toews tied it early in the third period for New York. It was his second goal since being recalled from AHL Bridgeport.

Nelson opened the scoring 13:42 into the first period, but Carolina tied it when rookie Maenalanen scored his first goal at 15:10. The 24-year-old Maenalanen played his fifth career game after signing with Carolina last May as a free agent. He previously played for Karpat of the Finnish League.

"Saku had a good game. He's been a huge boost," Hurricanes coach Rod Brind'Amour said. "We are finding ways to win right now and we know we can be better."

McKegg put the Hurricanes ahead with six seconds left in the first, knocking a loose puck past Greiss in the crease for his second goal of the season.

"I just tried to get to the net. It was a lucky bounce and it ended up going in," McKegg said.

Jordan Eberle appeared to tie it for the Islanders early in the second period, but Valterri Filppula was ruled offside before the goal.

McElhinney also made a sprawling save on Ryan Pulock alone in the slot in the waning seconds of the middle period.

Lee echoed his coach regarding the missed opportunity to snare at least a point. The Islanders will try to make amends with an upcoming home-and-home series against the Rangers starting on Thursday.

"We should have played better and smarter," Lee said. "We have to reset and get ready to go in a couple of days."

NOTES: The Islanders had won the previous three meetings between the teams this season. ... The Islanders are 3-1-1 at Nassau Coliseum and fell to 10-4-1 in division games. ... Islanders forward Matt Martin played his 600th career game. ... The Islanders loaned forward Josh Ho-Sang to AHL Bridgeport and activated Filppula before the game. ... The Islanders scratched Fs Ross Johnston and Tom Kuhnhackl and D Luca Sbisa. ... The Hurricanes scratched F Clark Bishop and D Dan Renouf.

UP NEXT

Islanders: Begin home and home series with Rangers at Madison Square Garden on Thursday night.

Hurricanes: Play at Tampa Bay on Thursday night.

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Matchup
Hurricanes Overall
W/L 20-22
ATS 18-24
Goals For 2.7
Goals Against 2.9
Total 15-26-1
Hurricanes Away
W/L 9-11
ATS 8-12
Goals For 2.5
Goals Against 3.1
Total 8-12
Date Opponent Result ATS O/U
Avg. Points For
Avg. Points Against
ATS
Over/Under
Islanders Overall
W/L 23-18
ATS 24-17
Goals For 3.0
Goals Against 2.7
Total 15-23-3
Islanders Home
W/L 10-9
ATS 11-8
Goals For 3.2
Goals Against 2.8
Total 8-11
Date Opponent Result ATS O/U
Avg. Points For
Avg. Points Against
ATS
Over/Under
Game Summary
1st Period
NYI 6:18 GOAL scored by Brock NelsonCAR 0 NYI 1
CAR 4:50 GOAL scored by Saku Maenalanen assisted by Victor Rask and Warren FoegeleCAR 1 NYI 1
CAR 00:06 GOAL scored by Greg McKegg assisted by Micheal Ferland and Trevor van RiemsdykCAR 2 NYI 1
2nd Period
CAR 14:55 Penalty to Justin Faulk 2 minutes for Tripping (Drawn by Anthony Beauvillier)
CAR 9:42 Penalty to Trevor van Riemsdyk 2 minutes for Tripping (Drawn by Matt Martin)
NYI 2:15 Penalty to Michael Dal Colle 2 minutes for High Sticking (Drawn by Brett Pesce)
3rd Period
NYI 15:10 GOAL scored by Devon Toews assisted by Anders Lee and Brock NelsonCAR 2 NYI 2
CAR 4:57 Penalty to Justin Williams 2 minutes for Hooking (Drawn by Leo Komarov)
CAR 2:42 GOAL scored by Justin Williams assisted by Greg McKeggCAR 3 NYI 2
NYI 2:05 Penalty to Leo Komarov 2 minutes for Cross Checking (Drawn by Brock McGinn)
CAR 1:07 Power play - GOAL scored by Jaccob Slavin assisted by Dougie Hamilton and Victor RaskCAR 4 NYI 2
NYI 00:59 GOAL scored by Brock NelsonCAR 4 NYI 3
Box Score
Hurricanes
Forwards G A PTS SOG BLKS PIM TOI
Teuvo Teravainen (LW) 000000:0019:23
Brock McGinn (LW) 000220:0017:00
Lucas Wallmark (C) 000030:0014:59
Greg McKegg (C) 112110:0013:18
Andrei Svechnikov (RW) 000300:0012:34
Jordan Martinook (LW) 000100:0015:39
Warren Foegele (LW) 011110:0011:23
Micheal Ferland (LW) 011000:0015:28
Justin Williams (RW) 101302:0015:41
Sebastian Aho (RW) 000310:0020:23
Saku Maenalanen (LW) 101310:009:23
Victor Rask (C) 022010:0010:44

Defensemen G A PTS SOG BLKS PIM TOI
Justin Faulk (D) 000202:0023:07
Calvin de Haan (D) 000210:0021:30
Brett Pesce (D) 000020:0019:59
Jaccob Slavin (D) 101200:0020:26
Trevor van Riemsdyk (D) 011002:0017:16
Dougie Hamilton (D) 011100:0015:47

Goalies SAVES/SHOTS GA SAVE PCT
Petr Mrazek (G) 0/00.000
Curtis McElhinney (G) 28/313.903WIN
Islanders
Forwards G A PTS SOG BLKS PIM TOI
Josh Bailey (LW) 000110:0017:35
Casey Cizikas (C) 000110:0012:26
Valtteri Filppula (C) 000000:0012:21
Leo Komarov (C) 000102:0011:42
Cal Clutterbuck (RW) 000110:0016:59
Mathew Barzal (C) 000210:0017:35
Anthony Beauvillier (LW) 000200:0017:06
Matt Martin (LW) 000100:0012:32
Anders Lee (C) 011300:0017:08
Jordan Eberle (C) 000310:0016:27
Brock Nelson (C) 213400:0018:12
Michael Dal Colle (LW) 000212:0011:41

Defensemen G A PTS SOG BLKS PIM TOI
Nick Leddy (D) 000100:0023:31
Ryan Pulock (D) 000300:0021:37
Devon Toews (D) 101300:0017:23
Scott Mayfield (D) 000110:0016:50
Johnny Boychuk (D) 000130:0019:55
Adam Pelech (D) 000110:0017:28

Goalies SAVES/SHOTS GA SAVE PCT
Robin Lehner (G) 0/00.000
Thomas Greiss (G) 20/244.833LOSS
Officials
Linesmen Brian Murphy
Linesmen Kory Nagy
Referee Brad Meier
Referee Pierre Lambert