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Islanders' Michael Dal Colle: Not in Game 1 lineup

Dal Colle (undisclosed) is out of the lineup for Sunday's Game 1 against the Lightning, Andrew Gross of Newsday reports. Dal Colle is likely just serving as a healthy scratch at this point. He won't crack the lineup barring multiple injuries up front for New York. Dal Colle is yet to dress this postseason and hasn't season game ice since May 4.
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Islanders' Michael Dal Colle: Left out Wednesday

Dal Colle (undisclosed) will not be in the lineup against Boston on Wednesday, Tom Gulitti of NHL.com reports. At this point, it's certainly possible that Dal Colle is simply a healthy scratch considering that was a frequent occurrence during the regular season. Even once in the lineup, Dal Colle won't offer much in the way of fantasy value considering he recorded just four points in 26 games this year.
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Islanders' Michael Dal Colle: Not expected back Monday

Dal Colle (undisclosed) is expected to remain sidelined against Boston on Monday, Andrew Gross of Newsday reports. Dal Colle will miss his 13th straight game due to his undisclosed injury, though even if fully fit, the winger could struggle to break into the lineup. As such, Dal Colle won't offer much in the way of fantasy value the rest of the way.
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Islanders' Michael Dal Colle: Still sidelined Monday

Dal Colle (undisclosed) will remain on the shelf for Game 2 against Boston on Monday, Arthur Staple of The Athletic reports. Considering Dal Colle was a healthy scratch prior to getting hurt, his continued absence is unlikely to impact fantasy players. Even once fully fit, Dal Colle should be expected to remain a spectator in the press box.
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Islanders' Michael Dal Colle: Remains out

Dal Colle (undisclosed) is not in the lineup for Saturday's Game 1 versus the Bruins, Andrew Gross of Newsday reports. Dal Colle was deemed not available for Wednesday's Game 6 win over the Penguins. Head coach Barry Trotz indicated Dal Colle would have replaced Oliver Wahlstrom (undisclosed) in the lineup. It's unclear if Dal Colle will have a chance to draw into the lineup even when he's healthy again -- he hasn't played since May 4, and the 24-year-old only produced four points in 26 regular-season outings.
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Islanders' Michael Dal Colle: Dealing with injury

Dal Colle (undisclosed) was not available for Wednesday's Game 6 versus the Penguins, Arthur Staple of The Athletic. Head coach Barry Trotz said Dal Colle "tweaked something" and couldn't fill in for Oliver Wahlstrom on Wednesday. It doesn't sound like anything significant for Dal Colle, who has only played one of the Islanders' last 14 games. The 24-year-old isn't likely to see much playing time in the postseason even when he's healthy again.
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Islanders' Michael Dal Colle: Draws back in

Dal Colle played for the first time in five games in the Islanders 4-3 shootout loss to the Sabres on Tuesday. Dal Colle didn't do anything to distinguish himself as he failed to register a point and had a rating of minus-2 in just under 15 minutes of playing time. If coach Barry Trotz continues to rest players as the season comes to a close, Dal Colle could see himself in the lineup for the last three games.
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Michael Dal Colle is back, but is there a place for him in Islanders' lineup?

Michael Dal Colle #28 of the Islanders skates against the Buffalo Sabres at Nassau Coliseum on Saturday, Mar. 6, 2021. Credit: Jim McIsaac. Barry Trotz has come to appreciate Michael Dal Colle’s blue-collar game and how the former first-rounder’s work along the boards and physical play can augment the lineup.
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Islanders' Michael Dal Colle: Activated off IR

Dal Colle (lower body) was activated off injured reserve Thursday, Andrew Gross of Newsday reports. Although Dal Colle has been activated off IR following an eight-game absence, he isn't expected to be in the lineup for Thursday's matchup with Boston. The 24-year-old winger has only picked up four points in 20 games this campaign.
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Islanders' Michael Dal Colle: Still not ready to play

Dal Colle (lower body) is skating but not yet ready to return to the lineup, Andrew Gross of Newsday reports. Dal Colle's bigger problem might be that, even when healthy enough to play, he will likely find himself as a healthy scratch. The trade additions of Kyle Palmieri and Travis Zajac have cluttered the roster, and it wasn't like Dal Colle was lighting up the scoresheet when healthy.
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Islanders' Michael Dal Colle: Starts skating Monday

Dal Colle (lower body) began skating Monday, Arthur Staple of The Athletic reports. Dal Colle hasn't played since March 25, but he's making progress toward a return. However, head coach Barry Trotz said Monday that Dal Colle won't play in Tuesday's clash against the Capitals. The 24-year-old forward produced just four points through 20 games before this injury.
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Islanders' Michael Dal Colle: Won't play Saturday

Dal Colle (lower body) will not play Saturday versus the Flyers, Andrew Gross of Newsday reports. The good news is that Dal Colle is staking, but on his own, not with the team. It stands to reason that he will have to participate in at least one team practice before being activated off injured reserve. Dal Colle has had an unimpressive season with one goal and three assists in 20 games. His next chance to play will be Tuesday versus the Capitals.
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Islanders' Michael Dal Colle: Not ready to return

Dal Cole (lower body) won't be available for Thursday's game versus Washington, Andrew Gross of Newsday reports. Dal Colle will miss a third straight game Thursday and remains without a definite timetable for his return. The 24-year-old winger will need to be activated off injured reserve before rejoining the lineup, so look for that announcement to precede Dal Colle's return to action. He's picked up four points in 20 games this campaign.
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Islanders another man down as Michael Dal Colle will miss next two games

The Islanders, already without captain Anders Lee, will be another man down when they take the ice against the Penguins on Saturday night. Head coach Barry Trotz said Saturday morning that winger Michael Dal Colle will miss the next two games with a lower body injury, taking him out of the lineup for Saturday’s game, and he will also miss Monday’s game against Pittsburgh.
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With Michael Dal Colle injured, Keifer Bellows back in Islanders' lineup

Barry Trotz changed his Islanders’ lineup by necessity against the Penguins on Saturday night with Michael Dal Colle out with a lower-body injury. Rookie Kieffer Bellows dressed after a three-game absence. Dal Colle will also miss Monday night’s game in Pittsburgh, the coach said. Trotz inserted Bellows onto second-line center...
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Islanders: Michael Dal Colle will see production soon

UNIONDALE, NEW YORK - MARCH 18: Michael Dal Colle #28 of the New York Islanders skates against the Philadelphia Flyers at the Nassau Coliseum on March 18, 2021 in Uniondale, New York. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images) Michael Dal Colle only has four points on the season for the New...
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Islanders' Michael Dal Colle: Will miss next two games

Dal Colle (lower body) won't play against the Penguins on Saturday or Monday, Arthur Staple of The Athletic reports. Dal Colle's next chance to play is Thursday against the Capitals. The 24-year-old was an occasional healthy scratch anyway. He has recorded four points through 20 games this season.
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Islanders' Michael Dal Colle: Moves to IR

Dal Colle (lower body) was placed on injured reserve Saturday, Arthur Staple of The Athletic reports. Dal Colle was already ruled out for the next two games, so this move doesn't change anything besides opening up a roster spot. The 2014 fifth overall pick has collected just four points through 20 games this season.
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Islanders: How to get more out of Michael Dal Colle

UNIONDALE, NEW YORK - MARCH 06: Scott Mayfield #24 of the New York Islanders (r) celebrates his second period goal against the Buffalo Sabres along with Michael Dal Colle #28 (l) at the Nassau Coliseum on March 06, 2021 in Uniondale, New York. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images) Two nights...