Lapeer gets his first NHL goal as Lapear Baystars go 0-1

Lapeier, Albertson, Stu and Kiki all scored for the Boca Raton, Fla., squad, who moved up to sixth in the Central Division.

The Boca had to settle for a 2-2 draw against the New York Islanders in the first round of the Calder Cup playoffs.

The Islanders had a tough time with the puck in front of them and were not able to convert many chances, but they kept the game tight and never gave up a goal.

Lapere scored the game’s first goal with a wrist shot from the point in the second period.

Lapeser got the assist on Stu’s goal with 4:34 remaining in the third period.

“I was just trying to do whatever I can to help,” Laperes said.

“It was just a matter of finding the right time.”

The Islanders will face the Los Angeles Kings in the Stanley Cup final on Wednesday.

“The first thing I wanted to do was to get a goal, and that was what we did,” said Kiki Lapereau, who had a goal and two assists.

“Obviously, the game was going well, and we were just trying not to let it affect us.”

The Bocas had two players leave the game due to injury.

Albertzon left in the fourth period with an upper-body injury, and Stu left in overtime with an ankle injury.

“There’s a lot of positives in this game,” Boca captain Kevin Laperen said.

“(We were) able to get the puck out of their end of the ice and get some shots off, so it’s good to get points.”

Stu has played in each of Laperezos first three games and has been impressive.

He has seven points (three goals, two assists) and an assist in his past two games.

Kiki is also showing some signs of life.

He scored his first goal of the season in a 4-1 win over the Islanders.

The 20-year-old scored his second goal with 1:48 left in regulation.

“He’s doing well, playing well and has shown some good hockey,” Islanders coach John Tortorella said.

Lopes goal came on a breakaway in the neutral zone and was a little bit of a surprise, but the play was good.

The win moved Laperebates team to third place in the Atlantic Division, four points behind first place Ottawa and two points behind second-place Philadelphia.

Locaar Baystar won the Calder Trophy last season as the AHL’s top rookie.