Lee (personal) is expected to be back in the Islanders lineup on Monday.
Lee did not play Saturday afternoon vs. the Blues due to a personal matter but was back on the ice for Monday's morning skate and is expected to play vs. Colorado. Lee, who has just one goal and no assists in his last eight games, will skate on the third line with Zach Parise and Oliver Wahlstrom.
Lee (personal) will not play on Saturday afternoon.
Lee will miss Saturday's game vs. the Blues due to personal reasons. Mathew Barzal (lower-body) will be a game-time decision and will replace Lee in the lineup if he's good-to-go.
Lee (COVID-19) has been cleared to play on Thursday.
Lee has been out since November 16th but is expected to return to the lineup vs. the Sharks. Lee should be back on the top line with Mathew Barzal and comes in with four goals in 12 games.
Lee has been placed on the COVID-19 protocol list.
Moving to the protocol list on Friday makes Lee questionable for the Islanders' back-to-back on Saturday and Sunday. Lee joins Josh Bailey and Ross Johnston, so look for the Islanders to make some call-ups if they're all unavailable for the weekend.
Lee (illness) will return to the Islanders lineup on Thursday.
Lee was a surprise scratch in Chicago on Tuesday but is over his stomach bug and will return to the lineup tonight. Lee scored in the season opener and will replace Kieffer Bellows on the top line.
Lee is scratched for Tuesday's game in Chicago.
Lee (lower-body) will undergo surgery and miss the rest of the 2021 season.
Lee suffered a lower-body injury vs. the Devils last Thursday and the Islanders announced on Wednesday that he will undergo surgery later this week and miss the rest of the season. Since Lee got hurt Kieffer Bellows on the top line but it's unclear if that is the long-term solution. The Islanders added that Lee will be ready for the 2022 season.
Lee is out indefinitely with a lower-body injury.
Lee left Thursday's game after playing just 3:35 TOI and did not return. On Friday, the Islanders announced that he's out indefinitely and that there will be no further update provided at this time. It's an ominous update and makes it seem like he's going to miss an extended period of time.
The Islanders have re-signed Anders Lee to a seven-year deal worth $49.0M ($7.0M AAV).
Lee will be in the Islanders lineup on Monday.
Lee was forced to leave Saturday’s game in Detroit following a huge hit by Niklas Kronwall. Lee ended up returning to the game but it’s good to know that there were no lingering effects post-game. Lee will be in the lineup vs. the Penguins and has five goals and two assists in his last eight games.
Lee will be back on the Islanders top line on Friday.
Lee (illness) is expected to return to the lineup on Thursday.
Lee was held out of Tuesday’s game vs. Columbus, but will return to the lineup tonight vs. the Canadiens. Lee will take his spot next to John Tavares back and comes into play with 17 goals, which is second on the team behind only Tavares.
Lee (illness) will be a game-time decision on Tuesday.
Lee is battling an illness and will be a game-time decision tonight vs. the Blue Jackets. Lee has three goals and three assists, while averaging 4.2 shots per game in his last five contests.
Lee is out indefinitely with a broken left fibula.
Lee was hit by a Johnny Boychuk slap shot in Thursday’s win over the Rangers. This is a terrible injury for the Islanders, who are already without key members in Jaroslav Halak and Travis Hamonic.
Source: Cory Wright 04/8/16, 7:27 am EST
The Islanders have re-signed Anders Lee to a four-year deal worth $15.0M.
The Islanders recalled Anders Lee from Bridgeport (AHL)
Lee, 24, has three goals and two assists in five games with Bridgeport so far this season. He was close to making the Islanders out of camp, but it didn't take him long to get recalled. He had 14 points (9G / 5A) in 22 games with the Isles last season. There is a good chance he will centre the Islanders second line with Brock Nelson and either Ryan Strome or Nikolai Kulemin on his wing tonight.
The Islanders have recalled Anders Lee from Bridgeport (AHL).
Lee made his NHL debut during the 2012-13 season where he had one goal and one assist in two games. The Islanders sixth round pick in 2009 has tallied 41 points (22G / 19A) in 54 games with Bridgeport this year. He should get a chance to play top-9 minutes with John Tavares and Frans Nielsen on IR.
Anders Lee makes his NHL debut, Reasoner out.
Lee just signed with the Islanders after finishing up his Junior year at the University of Notre Dame with 38 points in 40 games.
Anders Lee has signed a two-year deal with the #Isles and will be in Newark for morning skate.
Lee just finished up his junior year at the University of Notre Dame. He had 20 goals and 18 assists in 41 games this season. He totaled 61 goals and 55 assists (116 points) in 125 games at Notre Dame. It is unlikely that he will play for the Isles tonight, but tomorrow is a possibility.