Kyle Okposo RW NYI 7 Days

Okposo's hot hand continued Saturday when he scored a goal and added an assist in a 6-4 loss to Montreal.

He has six points, including five games, in his last two games and 16 points, including nine assists, in his last 13. Hot is hot.

Kyle Okposo RW NYI 8 Days

Okposo scored four goals, including his first career NHl hat trick, and recorded six shots on goal in Friday's win over Pittsburgh.

What time is it? It's five past Fleury. Thanks to Okposo's dominant outing, the Islanders are now the first team to 30 wins this season. The 26-year-old has been hot of late, recording six goals and 13 points in his last 11 games. The first-line winger now has 41 points (13 goals) in 44 games on the season, to go with a minus-1 rating. With 147 shots on goal -- ninth most in the NHL -- Okposo is a dynamic scoring threat every night he's in action. On pace for 75 points with a red-hot Islanders team, Okposo is an automatic roll every game.

Kyle Okposo RW NYI 14 Days

Okposo netted a goal on one of his five shot attempts in Saturday's win over the Blue Jackets.

In so doing, the winger extended his point streak to three games. He's very quietly chugging along at a point-per-game pace, though he's currently on track to fall short for the 20-goal mark.

Kyle Okposo RW NYI 22 Days

Okposo set up both of John Tavares' goals in Friday's 2-1 win over the Flames.

Okposo's two helpers helped him stay even with Tavares for the team scoring lead, as both top-line forwards have notched 34 points in 38 games. Increased proficiency as an assist man have helped Okposo compensate for his dramatic dip in goal scoring this season. He's found the net just three times in his last 26 games and is shooting just 6.5 percent this season, a significant drop from the 13.8 mark he posted during the 2013-14 campaign.

Kyle Okposo RW NYI 28 Days

Okposo registered two assists in Saturday's loss to the Sabres.

Okposo's goal scoring has taken a dive this season, but he's still on pace to produce 73 points, which would surpass last season's career-best of 69. If John Tavares can manage to stay healthy for the full campaign, there's little reason to doubt Okposo's ability to remain a consistent performer. He's gone no more than three consecutive games without a point this season.

Kyle Okposo RW NYI 1 Month

Okposo found the net on one of his seven shot attempts in Tuesday's 3-1 loss to the Canadiens.

Okposo has racked up an impressive 15 shot attempts over the past two games, during which he's recorded two points. He's been doing his best to show that his 69-point breakout from 2013-14 was no fluke, as he's clipped along at close to a point-per-game pace (29 in 34 contests) with no prolonged offensive droughts this season.

Kyle Okposo RW NYI 1 Month

For the second time in three games, Okposo had a two-point night -- a goal and an assist -- against the Blues on Thursday, only to see his team take another loss.

Just like Saturday against these same Blues, Okposo's two points weren't enough. Nonetheless, he remains one of the more reliable offensive sources out there.

Kyle Okposo RW NYI 2 Months

Okposo assisted on two goals in Saturday's loss to the Blues.

Both assists came on the power-play, giving him 11 points on the man advantage for the season. He's done well to build on his 69-point 2013-14 breakout, contributing five goals and 24 points over 27 contests.

Kyle Okposo RW NYI 2 Months

Okposo collected two assists in Tuesday's 5-2 win over the Lightning.

With four assists in his last four contests, Okposo is now averaging a point per game, essentially matching the production he delivered during his breakout 2013-14 season. So long as John Tavares continues to center him, the points should continue to trickle in at a steady rate for Okposo.

Kyle Okposo RW NYI 3 Months

Okposo picked up a goal and an assist in Wednesday's OT win over the Ducks. He now has seven points in the last seven games.

Okposo has been as advertised this year, grabbing 14 points in 12 games -- the same point total as superstar linemate John Tavares. He has provided tremendous value, especially since he was likely drafted several rounds later than Tavares (who is a consensus fantasy first-rounder), and figures to continue to pile up the points after a 69-point breakout last season.