- The Islanders finish the preseason with a 3-2-1 record after a 4-3 loss to the Saint John Sea Dogs
- Ondrej Maruna and Cole Huckins score for the Islanders to tie the game
- Ross Campbell leaves the game with an apparent injury, but coach Jim Hulton says he is fine
In their preseason finale, the New York Islanders suffered a 4-3 loss against the Saint John Sea Dogs. Eriks Mateiko scored the opening goal for the Sea Dogs, but Ondrej Maruna quickly responded to tie the game. The Sea Dogs took the lead in the second period with goals from Vince Elie and Joseph Ianiello. However, the Islanders fought back in the third period with goals from Cole Huckins and Marcus Kearsey. Ultimately, Noah Reinhart scored the game-winning goal for the Sea Dogs with only 32 seconds left. Despite the loss, the Islanders showed promise and will open their regular season against the Mooseheads.
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