TAMPA, Fla. Schuhe Großhandel Online Shop . -- Frans Nielsen scored the only shootout goal and assisted on a second-period score by Thomas Vanek in a 2-1 victory for the New York Islanders against the Tampa Bay Lightning on Thursday night. Nielsen snapped a wrist shot between the pads of Ben Bishop moments after Valtteri Filppula rang a shot off the post to the right of Islanders goalie Kevin Poulin at the other end. The Islanders had a seven-game road winning streak snapped Tuesday at Florida. Tampa Bays Martin St. Louis beat Poulin from the right circle to open the scoring on a power play 5:45 into the game, capitalizing on a penalty-killing unit ranked last in the league. The Islanders threatened to tie it while playing short-handed with six minutes left in the second period. Casey Cizikas broke in on Bishop, but Teddy Purcell interfered from behind. Vanek pulled New York even on a power play at 18:22 of the second, taking a pass in the low slot from Nielsen and lifting it over a fallen Bishop. Defenceman Victor Hedman, playing in his 300th NHL game, nearly restored Tampa Bays advantage with a backhander that hit the left post midway through the third period. Both goalies finished with 29 saves. NOTES: St. Louis has scored points in six consecutive games (four goals and three assists). His next point will pull him even with Hall of Famer Larry Robinson at No. 87 on the NHL career list with 958. . Tampa Bay C Steven Stamkos participated in a full morning skate for the first time since breaking his right shinbone Nov. 11 at Boston. . Lightning D Sami Salo returned after missing two games with a lower-body injury. . Islanders D Radek Martinek played after missing 22 games with back spasms. . New York D Travis Hamonic was sent back home for an evaluation on an upper-body injury. Air Max 97 Kaufen Schweiz . TSN Hockey Insider Bob McKenzie tweeted on Monday that Hemsky will be going to market as an unrestricted free agent on July 1. Nike Air Max 720 Fake Kaufen . Head of clinic Josef Obrist tells the Austria Press Agency on Thursday that Morgenstern "is doing surprisingly well. ... He still has a memory gap but thats nothing unusual." Morgenstern has moved to a rehabilitation clinic in Klagenfurt for further recovery.England have no need to recall Ian Bell with a host of young batting talent ready to step up, says Nasser Hussain. James Taylors retirement has opened up a spot in Englands middle order, while Nick Comptons place at No 3 could also be in jeopardy after his tough start to the county season.Bell, 34, has amassed over 7,700 runs in his 118 Tests but Hussain feels the selectors should look to the future when they pick the players to face Sri Lanka. Here is the XI Nasser would pick for the first Test I wouldnt go back to Bell as I think it would be a backward step, Hussain told Sky Sports News HQ ahead of Thursdays squad announcement.Bell has been a great player for England and he will do fine if he plays this summer, as Im sure Compton will, but if you go back then you are holding things up. National selectors Angus Fraser and Mick Newell discuss Englands possible squad for this summers Test series Youve got guys like James Vince, Tom Westley, Daniel Bell-Drummond, Alex Lees, Sam Robson and Tom Abell all getting lots of runs and you have to have an eye on the future.Its not an experimentation - its because I believe the lads Ive mentioned have a future in an England shirt and the sooner we get them in and around the team the better.Hussain believes Hampshire star Vince - who notched a hundred against reigning county champions Yorkshire earlier this season - should be handed a Test debut at Headingley. Nick Knight has called for England to bat Hampshires James Vince at three against Sri Lanka The former England captain would also like to see Jos Buttler recalled from his IPL stint with Mumbbai Indians and take the wicketkeeping gloves, allowing the in-form Jonny Bairstow to bat at No 5. Schuhe Billig. I think it is the right time for Vince, he said.A lot of comparisons are made to Michael Vaughan and while Im not sure about that just yet, he strikes me as a guy who could perform at the highest level. Nasser wants both Jos Buttler and Jonny Bairstow in the England side On Bairstow, who has plundered scores of 246 and 198 for Yorkshire this campaign, Hussain said: Hes been a run machine and getting his runs in excellent fashion so Id like to see him pushed up.I dont think England will go that way but I feel Buttler has unfinished business in Test cricket and if he cracks it coming in at No 7, he is a real talent.Thats not to say he hasnt done it - he has an 80 and two 70s - but there is much more to come.Hussain would not ditch Alex Hales from the top of the order, despite the Nottinghamshire right-hander averaging just 17 across his three Test matches against South Africa this winter. Warner knows where his off stump is and can see off the new ball if it is moving around, something Hales will have to learn. Nasser Hussain However, the Sky Sports pundit says Hales - a staple of Englands limited-overs sides - should look to Australia star David Warner as an example of how a naturally-aggressive player can flourish as a Test opener.Im not of the opinion that Hales should treat it as a one-day game as you have to keep the good balls out as a Test opener, added Hussain.People will say how Warner has come from T20 cricket and, yes, he smashes it really well - but he also has a very good technique.He knows where his off stump is and can see off the new ball if it is moving around, something Hales will have to learn. Former England captain Nasser Hussain wants Alex Hales to retain his place at the top of the order. Head to Sky Sports News HQ and Sky Sports digital platforms at 7am on Thursday for first news of Englands Test squad to play Sri Lanka.Then catch the three-Test series live on Sky Sports, starting with the first game at Headingley, from 10am, Thursday, May 19 on Sky Sports 2. 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