Dobson is expected to draw into the ice for warmups.
Dobson will draw into the Islanders lineup on Thursday.
Dobson was a healthy scratch for the last three games but will play Thursday because Adam Pelech was a late scratch due to a lower-body issue. Dobson has just two assists in 11 games this season.
Dobson is expected to be a healthy scratch on Tuesday.
Dobson played in the last three games with Nick Leddy out with a lower-body injury but is expected to come out of the lineup vs. the Predators. Dobson failed to register a point in those three games, giving him just two assists in 10 games this season.
Dobson will draw into the Islanders lineup on Monday.
Dobson has been a healthy scratch for the last five games but will replace Nick Leddy, who is out with a lower-body injury. Dobson will skate with Johnny Boychuk and is expected to see some power-play time on a unit with Mathew Barzal and co.
Dobson is expected to draw into the Islanders lineup on Wednesday.
Dobson is expected to make his NHL debut on Tuesday.
Dobson was the No.12 overall pick in 2018 and is set to replace Johnny Boychuk on the third pairing on Tuesday. The 6-foot-4, 184 lbs. rookie defenseman had 15 goals and 37 assists (52 points) in 56 QMJHL games last season.
The Islanders have assigned Noah Dobson to Acadie-Bathurst (QMJHL).
Dobson was picked No.12 overall in this summer’s draft but was always expected to head back to Juniors this year. The 18-year-old defenseman will try to build off of his 69-point (17G / 52A) sophomore season with Acadie-Bathurst.
The Islander signed Noah Dobson to a three-year, entry-level contract.
The Islanders select Noah Dobson with the No.12 overall pick.
Dobson is a two-way defenseman but has a polished offensive game, finishing tied for second among QMJHL defensemen in points (69) and third in goals (17). Playing in the Memorial Cup didn’t hurt his value either—he scored two goals with five assists in Acadie Bathursts’s four-game run.