"I'm really happy knowing I'll be staying here on Long Island, especially after Wednesday's news of a new arena," Grabner said in a statement. "We have a lot of young, talented players who came together last year, and I am thrilled to have the chance to be a part of getting this team back to the playoffs."
"The puck bounced a little bit," Grabner said. "I don't know if my stick got caught on the boards or the ref there, I almost lost it and couldn't control the puck, but I got it back in the corner. The guys opened up some room by driving to the net and I got a chance to shoot from the hash marks."