In this edition, we find out the scoop on the locker room DJ. Watch now.

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March 18 vs. Wild

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This week, get Plugged In with Calvin de Haan and find out what accounts he follows on Twitter.
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College Signing: The Islanders announced Tuesday that defenseman Kevin Czuczman (pronounced "Churchman") agreed to terms on a two-year, entry-level contract. Czuczman, 23, posted career highs in goals (10) and points (21) in 36 games as a junior at Lake Superior State University. The Port Elgin, ON, native’s 10 goals led all Western Collegiate Hockey Association defensemen. He also led all Lakers defensemen in points, ranking fourth overall on the team, and led the club in penalty minutes (73).

Youngsters: The Islanders 24-man roster features eight rookies: Kevin Czuvzman, Calvin de Haan, Matt Donovan, Mike Halmo, Anders Lee, Brock Nelson, Anders Nilsson, Ryan Strome.

Hot Starter: Anders Lee has seven points (5g/2a) in seven games this season and nine points (6g/3a) in nine career NHL games.

Streaking: Colin McDonald is on a four-game point streak, with two goals and two assists over that stretch.

Seven-Goal Frame: The Islanders scored seven goals in the third period of Monday's dramatic comeback victory in Vancouver. The seven goals tied an NHL record for goals in a road period and tied the franchise record for goals in a period (seven vs NYR on 12/23/78). The Isles scored three power play goals in the third period, tying the club record.

NHL Scoring Race: Kyle Okposo is tied for 10th in the NHL scoring race with 65 points (26g/39a).

Iron-Man: Thomas Hickey is the only Islander that has appeared in every game this season.

Heavy Hitter: Matt Martin leads the NHL with 292 hits. He's led the league in hits in each of the last two seasons. In 2011-12, Martin's 374 hits marked the highest total since hits became an official stat in 2005-06.

Milestone Watch:
Kyle Okposo—2 goals shy of 100

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