Kyle Okposo RW NYI 6 Days

Okposo (eye) is no closer to a return to the Islanders, according to Newsday.Okposo is able to do off ice work but still hasn't resumed skating, something he's not expected to do for another 7-10 days. That timetable puts a possible return to lineup at or around mid-March if no setbacks occur.

Kyle Okposo RW NYI 13 Days

Okposo (eye) still isn't skating for the Islanders, according to Newsday.Okposo had surgery to repair the detached retina over three weeks ago and there has always been some concern over the six to eight week timetable. That timetable can change depending upon the severity of the injury and as of right now the best case scenario is that he will return to team in about three weeks but the Isles are being very quiet on when his exact return will be.

Kyle Okposo RW NYI 25 Days

The upper body injury that Okposo suffered was a detached retina, according to SNY.tv.

What is unknown at this time is how severe of a detachment this is. The more severe the detachment and/or the longer it has been present could change not only how long Okposo will be out of the lineup for, but how much or how quickly his vision will return.

Kyle Okposo RW NYI 1 Month

Okposo, who is expected to miss six-to-eight weeks with an upper body injury, has been placed on injured reserve retroactive to Jan. 19, according to Newsday's Arthur Staple.

The transaction is merely a formality, as Okposo is expected to miss the entire month of February, at the very least.

Kyle Okposo RW NYI 1 Month

Okposo will miss 6-8 weeks with an upper-body injury.

Coach Jack Capuano delivered the news Monday, and Okposo's loss represents a major hit to the Isles' offense. The winger has recorded 14 goals and 44 points through 46 games to date, while working on the team's top line.

Kyle Okposo RW NYI 1 Month

Okposo missed practice Monday with an upper body injury, according to Newsday's Arthur Staple.

There is no word yet on when Okposo suffered the injury or how long he may be out of the lineup for. Long Island is currently dealing with a blizzard and there is a chance Tuesday's game versus the Rangers could be postponed, thus allowing Okposo a few more days to get healthy.

Kyle Okposo RW NYI 1 Month

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 1 Month

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 2 Months

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 2 Months

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.