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Topic - Brock Nelson
New York Islanders coach Jack Capuano had no choice but to have faith in younger players after star forward John Tavares was lost to a season-ending knee injury.
Even the Broad Street Bullies weren't as resilient as this group of Philadelphia Flyers.
DENVER (AP) — Away from home, the New York Islanders have been tough to beat lately.
North Dakota freshman forward Brock Nelson left the NCAA semifinal game against Michigan on a stretcher after crashing into the boards with his back, and he was taken to a hospital as a precaution.
"It was a crazy bounce," Nelson said. "You've got to be ready for anything. It was a good start for us. We did a solid job of playing smart defensively in this game compared with some of the previous (ones)."
"We knew we had a young group and a lot of rookies," said Nelson, who topped the Islanders' rookie class with 14 goals and 26 points. "We wanted to go out there and give it everything we had every night. I think we were able to do that."