Travis Hamonic D NYI 3 Days
Travis Hamonic is eligible to return from his one-game suspension.
He received the automatic ban for instigating a fight in the final five minutes of regulation against New Jersey on Saturday. Hamonic will be back in the lineup for the Islanders on Tuesday night versus Winnipeg.
Travis Hamonic D NYI 5 Days
Travis Hamonic has received an automatic one-game suspension from the NHL for an altercation with Ryan Carter in Saturday's loss to New Jersey.
Hamonic was deemed to be the instigator in the final five minutes of regulation time, which earns him a one-game ban under Rule 46.22 pending a review. He dropped the gloves with Carter at the 15:23 mark of the third period and received 27 minutes in penalties on the play. Hamonic also fought Steve Berniner earlier in the third to give him 32 minutes in the sin bin on Saturday. If the suspension stands then he'll miss Sunday's game against Florida.
Travis Hamonic D NYI 26 Days
Travis Hamonic returned to action on Saturday after missing 12 games with a concussion.
Hamonic was a minus-one in 19:07 minutes of action. It was a good move by the Islanders as Hamonic goes into the break with a game under his belt and he now does not have to wonder if he is healthy enough to do so. "It takes a lot to keep me out of the lineup," said Hamonic. "You have to realize that it's doctors calling the shots on this. That's the reality now. If I could have played through it, I would have. But there's a lot more at stake than my instinct and my desire to play through things."
Travis Hamonic D NYI 27 Days
Travis Hamonic (concussion) has been activated off of the injured reserve list.
Hamonic will play on Saturday so that he can get a game under his belt before the Olympic break. Although he doesn't have much fantasy value, he's a key player for the Islanders as evidenced by the fact that he's been averaging 25:58 minutes per game.
Travis Hamonic D NYI 2 Months
Travis Hamonic won't be available on Tuesday due to an upper-body injury.
Hamonic left Sunday's game after being hit by Montreal's Max Pacioretty, but he was initially expected to play on Tuesday. He doesn't have any fantasy value in standard leagues, but Hamonic averages 24:58 minutes per contest, so this is a huge loss for the Islanders.