Barzal (maintenance) is considered day-to-day and did not practice Thursday after participating in the Islander's team picture.
Barzal has only missed one game this season, was given a maintenance day on Thursday, and did not participate in practice. Barzal leads the Islanders in scoring with 56 points (15G / 41A) in 52 games, the best point-per-game pace of his seven-year career (1.08 PTS / G).
Barzal (illness) will return to the lineup on Tuesday.
Barzal missed Saturday's game with an illness, but will return to his usual spot on the first line alongside Bo Horvat and Anders Lee for Tuesday's game against the Sharks. He has seven goals and 16 assists in 22 games this season.
Barzal (illness) will not play in Saturday's game against the Panthers.
Mathew Barzal is expected to return to the Islanders' lineup for Game 1 vs. Carolina (lower-body).
Barzal has been out since February 18th due to a lower-body injury and skated with the Islanders for the first time since his injury. The 25-year-old is expected to make his long-awaited return for Game 1 vs. Carolina after putting up 14 goals, 51 points, 139 SOG, 22 PIMs and a +5 plus/minus through 58 games played prior to his injury.
Source: Kurt Kurz 04/14/23, 11:53 am EST
Mathew Barzal skated with the Islanders for the first time since February 18th (lower-body).
Barzal has been out since February 18th due to a lower-body injury and skated with the Islanders for the first time since his injury. The 25-year-old will hope to return at some point for the Islanders' opening series against Carolina after putting up 14 goals, 51 points, 139 SOG, 22 PIMs and a +5 plus/minus through 58 games played prior to his injury.
Barzal is out indefinitely with a lower-body injury.
Barzal left the Islanders' previous game after just three shifts and 1:32 TOI with a lower-body injury and is now considered out indefinitely. It is a massive loss for New York, as the 25-year-old has 14 goals, 51 points, 139 SOG and 22 PIMs across 58 games prior to the injury.
Barzal (undisclosed) is questionable to play Monday in Pittsburgh.
Barzal left Saturday's game vs. the Bruins and did not return. The Islanders' coaching staff did not provide any updates on Barzal, but they did make an emergency call-up from Bridgeport (AHL), suggesting that Barzal will not be available on Monday.
Barzal (lower-body) is expected to be back in the Islanders lineup on Tuesday.
Barzal was a surprise late scratch on Friday but was back on the ice for Monday's practice and is expected to play Tuesday. Barzal is on a five-game point streak, registering eight points (6G / 2A).
The Islanders have signed Mathew Barzal to an eight-year deal worth $73.2 million ($9.15M AAV).
Barzal enters the final year of his three-year, $21.0M ($7.0M AAV) deal and gets a $2.15M AAV raise to remain with the team through the 2031 season. Barzal dazzled as a rookie, posting 85 points (22G / 63A) in 82 games but has averaged just 67 points per 82 games in four years since.
Barzal (lower-body) is on the ice for warmups and is expected to play Friday.
Barzal will be a game-time decision on Friday.
Barzal (lower-body) will not play Monday vs. the Avalanche.
The Islanders believed there was a chance that Barzal could play Saturday, he didn't. On Monday, he didn't even come out for the morning skate and will remain sidelined with the Avalanche in town. Brock Nelson will continue to centre the top line with Barzal out.
Source: Kevin Kurz 03/7/22, 1:06 pm EST
Barzal (lower-body) will be a game-time decision on Saturday.
Barzal missed the last three games with a lower-body injury but will take part in warmups on Saturday and could draw into the lineup vs. the Blues. Barzal will replace Anders Lee (personal) if he can play.
Barzal (lower-body) will not play Sunuday in Anaheim.
Source: Kevin Kurz 02/27/22, 6:06 pm EST
Barzal has been placed in COVID-19 protocol.
Barzal will draw back into the Islanders lineup on Thursday.
Barzal was scratched on Tuesday but will play Thursday vs. the Devils. Barzal has struggled over the last month, scoring just two goals with five assists (seven points) in his last 14 games.
Barzal is not on the ice for warmups and is expected to be scratched vs. the Sabres.
The Islanders have re-signed Mathew Barzal to a three-year contract extension worth $21.0 million ($7.0M AAV)
Barzal debuted in Islanders' camp on Saturday, fresh off of a three-year contract extension. The 23-year-old centre had 19 goals and 41 assists (60 points) in 68 games a season ago and has averaged 14 goals and 36 assists (50 points) per 56-games over the last three years. Given the depth at the position, Barzal is a strong No.2 fantasy centre now that he'll be there for the start of the 2021 season.
Source: PuckPedia 01/9/21, 11:38 am EST
Barzal is on the ice for warmups; expected to play in Game 6 vs. the Flyers.
Barzal is questionable for Game 6 vs. the Flyers.
Barzal left Game 5 with 4:47 left in the third period after being high-sticked by Claude Giroux. Barzal did not return for overtime and is questionable for Game 6 on Thursday. Head coach Barry Troy said that his level concern about Barzal's available was "just probably moderate." Consider Barzal a game-time decision.