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Tuesday, June 22, 2021

The Skinny: Tampa Bay 8, Isles 0

"The Skinny"  

By Eric Hornick

Semi-Finals Game 5
Tampa Bay 8, Isles 0
Tampa Bay leads best-of-7 series, 3-2
Steven Stamkos, Alex Killorn and Nikita Kucherov each had 3 points as the Tampa Bay Lightning earned a 8-0 win over the Islanders in Game 5 of their semi-final series before a crowd of 14,791 at AMALIE Arena in Tampa. 

Brayden Point's third period goal made him the 2nd player in Stanley Cup history to score in eight straight games (Reggie Leach -10 in 1976).

It was the most one-sided victory in Lightning playoff history, and the most one-sided loss in Islander playoff history.

Game Six will be at the Nassau Coliseum on Wednesday as the Islanders will face elimination for the first time in this year's playoffs.

The Scoring: 
1st Period
Steven Stamkos (6) Alex Killorn (8), Anthony Cirelli (4) 00:45 NYI 0,TBL 1
Yanni Gourde (4) Blake Coleman (6) 11:04 NYI 0,TBL 2
Alex Killorn (7)David Savard (2) 15:27 NYI 0,TBL 3

2nd Period
Steven Stamkos (7) Victor Hedman (14), Nikita Kucherov (20) 05:42 NYI 0,TBL 4 PPG
Ondrej Palat (4) David Savard (3), Nikita Kucherov (21) 15:43 NYI 0,TBL 5  
Alex Killorn (8) Victor Hedman (15), Brayden Point (5) 17:53 NYI 0,TBL 6  PPG

3rd Period
Brayden Point (13) Nikita Kucherov (22), Steven Stamkos (10) 01:59 NYI 0,TBL 7 PPG
Luke Schenn (1) Pat Maroon (2), Ross Colton (2) 12:05 NYI 0,TBL 8

The Series (Tampa Bay leads, 3-2)
Game 1: Isles 2, Tampa Bay 1 
Game 2: Tampa Bay 4, Isles 2
Game 3: Tampa Bay 2, Isles 1 
Game 4: Isles 3, Tampa Bay 2 
Game 5: Tampa Bay 8, Isles 0
Game 6: Wednesday at Isles 8:00pm
Game 7: Friday at Tampa Bay (if needed) 8:00pm

The Skinny 
The Isles are 4-2 in game 5's under Barry Trotz, including 2-1 this season …The Isles have played 47 playoff games under Barry Trotz; only Boston (48) has played more in that span…Andrei Vasilevskiy made 21 saves for his fourth playoff shutout, and third this season… The Isles have yet to have a lead after the first period in any game in this year's playoffs but are 9-2-0 when tied after 20 minutes…The Isles have outscored their opponents 37-35 in 5-on-5 play…Nikita Kucherov extended his assist streak to eight games, and now has 22 assists in this year's playoffs.  Kucherov, who had a franchise-record 27 helpers in The Bubble, has more assists than any other NHL player has points.…The team that has scored first has not trailed in any game in this series…Every Lightning was a "+" in this game… The Lightning scored three goals in both the first and second periods; the Isles had allowed three goals in a period only once in their first 16 playoff games. Casey Cizikas continues to lead the Stanley Cup playoffs in face-off percentage, winning 61.5%; he has had a losing record in draws only once so far in this year's playoffs…The Isles remain six wins shy of the Stanley Cup for the second straight season; they have not been closer since 1984, when they lost the Final in five games to end the Dynasty... The Isles have allowed 10 straight goals and have been outscored 17-8 in this series…Matt Martin recorded 17 penalty minutes; he now has 107 career playoff minutes for the Isles (12th all-time)…There were 85 penalty minutes overall; Mathew Barzal totaled 15 of them when he received a major and game misconduct at the end of the second period…Steven Stamkos' early goal was the 5th scored in the first minute of a game in this year's playoffs.

First Time in a Long Time
Brayden Point is the first player to score in eight consecutive playoff games since Reggie Leach scored in 10 straight in 1976.
The Isles were assessed 57 penalty minutes; it is the most they have had in a playoff game since April 23, 2002 vs. Toronto (62 minutes).
This was the first time since 1985 that a conference final game was decided by 8+ goals (Edmonton 11, Chicago 2).

First Time for Everything 
Nikita Kucherov has an 8-game playoff point streak (and playoff assist streak) for the first time. He tied Victor Hedman's club record for the longest assist streak.

For the History Books
The Isles are the first team in Stanley Cup history to go 17 consecutive games  in a single playoff year without leading after the first period. The last playoff game that the Isles led after 20 minutes was Game 5 vs. Tampa Bay last season.

Most Wins After Allowing the First Goal (Isles)
8 1980 
6 1977
6 1993
5 2021
5 1981 
5 1983 
5 1984

Brock Best
Brock Nelson has 23 playoff goals for the Islanders, more than any Isles in the 2000s:
Brock Nelson 23
Josh Bailey 16
Anthony Beauvillier 14
Mathew Barzal 13
Jordan Eberle 12
J-G Pageau 11
John Tavares 11
Cal Clutterbuck 10

Nelson's 23 goals are ninth in Islander history, one ahead of Duane Sutter and one behind Brent Sutter. The nine players ahead of Nelson won a combined 34 Stanley Cup rings for the Isles. Nelson has scored more playoffs goals for the Isles than any other US-born player.

Hey, Josh Bailey!
Josh Bailey has 34 playoff assists for the Islanders, more than any Isles in the 2000s:
Josh Bailey 34
Mathew Barzal 23
Jordan Eberle 21
Nick Leddy 18
Brock Nelson 18
Anthony Beauvillier 14
Ryan Pulock 13
JG Pageau 13

Bailey's 34 assists are good for 11th in Islander history and are one assist shy of Brent Sutter's 10th place total (35). The ten players ahead of Bailey won a combined 38 Stanley Cup rings for the Isles. 

Bailey also has 50 playoff points for the Islanders, more than any Isles in the 2000s:
Josh Bailey 50
Brock Nelson 41
Mathew Barzal 36
Jordan Eberle 33
Anthony Beauvillier 28
J-G Pageau 24
Nick Leddy 23
John Tavares 22

Bailey's 50 points are 12th in Islander history and are two points shy of Duane Sutter's 11th place total (52). The eleven players ahead of Bailey won a combined 42 Stanley Cup rings for the Isles. 

Hometown Hero
Kyle Palmieri has seven goals in 17 games this spring. 

Only five players have scored more goals for the Isles in their first playoff run with the team:
Ray Ferraro 13 (1993)
Steve Thomas 9 (1993)
Patrick Flatley 9 (1984)
JG Pageau 8 (2020)
JP Parise 8 (1975)

Young Mr. Dobson
Noah Dobson is the second defenseman in Isles history to record at least seven playoff assists before his 22nd birthday. You may remember the other: Denis Potvin had nine assists in 17 games in 1975. 

With seven assists, Dobson is one behind Ryan Pulock and Devon Toews' total of eight assists last summer for the most by an Islander defenseman in a single post-season in the Post-Cup Era.
Ryan Pulock 8 (2020) 
Devon Toews 8 (2020)
Noah Dobson 7 (2021)
Roman Hamrlik 6 (2002)
Dennis Vaske 6 (1993)
Vladimir Malakhov 6 (1993)

Pageau, Pageau, Pageau
JG Pageau has ten assists this spring; it is the fourth-highest total by an Islander in a single post-season in the Post-Cup Era.
Josh Bailey 18 (2020) 
Mathew Barzal 12 (2020) 
Derek King 11 (1993)
JG Pageau 10 (2021)

Familiar Foes
This is the fourth all-time playoff meeting between the teams:
2004- Conference Quarter-Finals. Tampa Bay won series 4 games to 1.
2016- 2nd Round. Tampa Bay won series 4 games to 1.
2020- Conference Finals. Tampa Bay won series 4 games to 2.

Heavy Hitters
Cal Clutterbuck leads all players in this year's playoffs with 82 hits, while Matt Martin is second with 80; Ryan Pulock is fourth with 67 hits and Leo Komarov is fifth with 63 hits.  The Isles lead all teams with 696 hits.

Barry and Al
Barry Trotz is only the second coach to lead the Isles to multiple series wins, joining Al Arbour. Terry Simpson and Jack Capuano are the only other coaches to lead the Isles to a playoff series victory. Trotz has won a playoff series in seven consecutive years (four with Washington and three with the Isles). Arbour did that from 1979-1985 (all with Isles) – no one had done it since, until Trotz came along.

Lou and Bill
Lou Lamoriello's win vs. Boston was his 31st playoff series win as a General Manager, which is second all-time to Glen Sather (41). Bill Torrey is third with 28 playoff series wins. 

Led/Tied/Trailed
Game 1: Led: 27:28, Tied: 32:32, Trailed: 0:00
Game 2: Led: 0:00, Tied 28:43, Trailed 31:17
Game 3: Led: 0:00, Tied 12:44, Trailed 47:16
Game 4: Led: 34:30, Tied: 25:30, Trailed: 0:00
Game 5: Led: 0:00, Tied: 0:45, Trailed 59:15
Series: Led: 61:58, Tied: 100:14, Trailed: 137:48
Vs Boston:   Led:  105:51, Tied: 197:54, Trailed: 74:39
Vs. Pittsburgh Led: 66:48, Tied: 158:11, Trailed: 177:22
Total: Led: 233:37, Tied: 456:19, Trailed: 389:49

Playoffs All-Time
The Isles fall to 171-140 in 311 all-time playoff games. They are 94-53 at home (87-44 at the Coliseum, 2-5 at Barclays, 5-2 in Toronto and 1-2 in Edmonton) and 76-87 on the road. In this year's playoffs, the Isles are 5-3 at home and 5-4 on the road. 

Coach Trotz
Barry Trotz is second among active coaches, trailing only Joel Quenneville, in both wins and games. Trotz' NHL record is 877-635-60-158 in 1,730 games. 

Most Coaching Wins
1. Scotty Bowman  1,244
2. Joel Quenneville  962
3. Barry Trotz    877

Most Games Coached
1. Scotty Bowman   2,141
2. Joel Quenneville 1,761
3. Barry Trotz        1,730

Coach Trotz (Playoffs)
Barry Trotz has now coached 160 playoff games (82-78). His 160 games is 10th all-time (Mike Babcock is 9th with 164) while his 82 wins tie Toe Blake for 11th (Ken Hitchcock is 10th with 86). Trotz won the Stanley Cup with Washington in 2018; Joel Quenneville (3) and Mike Sullivan (2) are the only active coaches with multiple Stanley Cups.

Most Playoff Coaching Wins (active coaches)
1. Joel Quenneville 121
2. Darryl Sutter 89
3. Barry Trotz  82
4. Alain Vigneault 78

Most Playoff Games Coached (active coaches)
1. Joel Quenneville 225
2. Darryl Sutter 170
3. Barry Trotz  160
4. Alain Vigneault 155

Most playoff wins by Islander coaches:
Al Arbour 119
Barry Trotz 27
Jack Capuano 10
Terry Simpson 9
Peter Laviolette 4
Ted Nolan 1
Steve Stirling 1

Most playoff games coached (Islanders):
Al Arbour 198
Barry Trotz 47
Jack Capuano 24
Terry Simpson 20
Peter Laviolette 12
Steve Stirling 5
Ted Nolan 5

Most overtime wins/overtime record:
Al Arbour 26 (26-9)
Barry Trotz 6 (6-6)
Jack Capuano 4 (4-5)
Terry Simpson 3 (3-0)
Peter Laviolette 0 (0-1)
Steve Stirling 0 (0-1)

Most game 7 wins/game seven record)
Al Arbour 4 (2-2)
Terry Simpson 2 (1-1)
Barry Trotz 1 (1-0)
Jack Capuano 0 (0-1)
Peter Laviolette 0 (0-1)

Most playoff series wins:
Al Arbour 29
Barry Trotz 6
Jack Capuano 1
Terry Simpson 1

First Things First
The Isles are 5-1 when scoring first and are 5-6 when allowing the first goal in the playoffs.

The Shots
Isles      5-9-7=21   
Tampa Bay 19-14-7=40

Shots by Game
Game 1: Isles 31, Tampa Bay 31
Game 2: Isles 26, Tampa Bay 33
Game 3: Isles 28, Tampa Bay 25
Game 4: Isles 30, Tampa Bay 30
Game 5: Isles 21, Tampa Bay 40
Series: Isles 136, Tampa Bay 159
Vs. Boston: Isles 172, Boston 221
Vs: Pittsburgh: Isles 188, Pittsburgh 231
Total Isles 496, Opponents 611

The Isles are 2-2 when they outshoot their opponents, 2-0 when the shots are even, and 6-5 when they are outshot. 

In the Nets
Semyon Varlamov made 13 saves before being replaced after Tampa Bay's 3rd goal. He falls to 6-6 in the 2021 playoffs and 30-26 in his playoff career. Ilya Sorokin made 18 saves in relief.

Andrei Vasilevskiy made 21 saves and improves to 11-5 in this year's playoffs and 44-27 in his career. It was his fourth career playoff shutout, and third this season.
 
Power Plays
The Isles were 0-2 on the power play in 3:19 of PP time; Tampa Bay was 3-6 on the power play in 9:39 of PP time. 

Power Plays by Game
Game 1: Isles 0-3 (6:00, 5 shots), Tampa Bay 1-2 (2:44, 4 shots)
Game 2: Isles 1-4 (6:20, 7 shots), Tampa Bay 1-5 (9:08, 8 shots)
Game 3: Isles 0-1 (2:00, 1 shot), Tampa Bay 0-1 (2:00, 1 shot)
Game 4: Isles 0-3 (5:12, 4 shots), Tampa Bay 0-1 (2:00, 0 shots)
Game 5: Isles 0-2 (3:19, 1 shot), Tampa Bay 3-6 (9:39, 9 shots)
Series: Isles 1-13 (22:51, 18 shots), Tampa Bay 5-15 (25:31, 22 shots)
Vs. Boston: Isles 6-16 (27:39, 23 shots), Boston 7-14 (19:44, 28 shots)
Vs. Pittsburgh: Isles 3-16 (27:00, 15 shots), Pittsburgh 3-12 (18:54, 19 shots)
Total: Power Play 10-45 (77:30, 56 shots), Penalty Kill 15-41 (64:09, 69 shots)

Three is a Magic Number
The Isles are 9-1 in the playoffs (6-1 in regulation and 3-0 in overtime) when they score at least three goals and 1-6 when they do not. 

Shutting the Door
The Isles are 6-3 when allowing two or fewer goals in this year's playoffs. 

One Goal Games
The Isles are 6-4 in the playoffs in one-goal games (3-3 in regulation and 3-1 in overtime). The Isles are 1-0 in playoff games where an empty-net goal turns a 1-goal game into a 2-goal game.

Ice-time Leaders
Isles: Nick Leddy (22:02);  Tampa Bay: Mikhail Sergachev (24:00)
Anthony Beauvillier led Isles forwards with 16:43 of ice-time 
Isles record by ice-time leader: Adam Pelech (4-0), Nick Leddy (2-5), Ryan Pulock (2-2), Scott Mayfield (2-0)

Face-offs
Isles 27, Tampa Bay 28 (49%)  

Casey Cizikas and JG Pageau each won 8 of 14 for the Isles; Steven Stamkos won 7 of 11 for Tampa Bay. 

Face-offs by Game
Game 1: Isles 28, Tampa Bay 18 (61%)
Game 2: Isles 27, Tampa Bay 24 (53%)
Game 3: Isles 23, Tampa Bay 26 (47%)
Game 4: Isles 27, Tampa Bay 21 (56%)
Game 5: Isles 27, Tampa Bay 28 (49%)
Series: Isles 132, Tampa Bay 117 (53%)
Vs. Boston: Isles 165, Boston 168 (49%)
Vs. Pittsburgh: Isles 181, Pittsburgh 164 (52%)
Total: Isles 478, Opponents 449 (52%)

Hit Count
Isles 40 (Four with 4)
Tampa Bay 41 (Mikael Sergachev -5)

Hits Game by Game:
Game 1: Isles 40, Tampa Bay 41 
Game 2: Isles 37, Tampa Bay 32
Game 3: Isles 39, Tampa Bay 26
Game 4: Isles 36, Tampa Bay 42
Game 5: Isles 40, Tampa Bay 41  
Series: Isles 192, Tampa Bay 182
Vs. Boston Isles 231, Boston 221
Vs: Pittsburgh: Isles 273, Pittsburgh 224
Total: Isles 696, Opponents 627

Blocked Shots
Isles 7 (J-G Pageau -2)
Tampa Bay 13 (Two with 3)

For the Analytics Crowd 
Corsi: All situations: Isles 44, Tampa Bay 56 
Corsi: 5-on-5 Isles 34, Tampa Bay 43

5-on-5 leaders:
Isles:  Anthony Beauvillier +7
Tampa Bay: Ryan McDonagh +10

High Danger Chances:
All situations: Isles 12, Tampa Bay 14
5-on-5: Isles 8, Tampa Bay 11

Corsi Game by Game:
Game 1: (All) Isles 45, Tampa Bay 55; (5-on-5) Isles 35, Tampa Bay 38
Game 2: (All) Isles 44, Tampa Bay 57; (5-on-5) Isles 29, Tampa Bay 38
Game 3: (All) Isles 62, Tampa Bay 42; (5-on-5) Isles 56, Tampa Bay 47
Game 4: (All) Isles 52, Tampa Bay 61; (5-on-5) Isles 44, Tampa Bay 53
Game 5: (All) Isles 44, Tampa Bay 56; (5-on-5) Isles 34, Tampa Bay 43

Series: (All) Isles 247, Tampa Bay 271; (5-on-5) Isles 198, Tampa Bay 219
Vs. Boston: (All) Isles 312, Boston 414;  (5-on-5) Isles 264, Boston 355
Vs. Pittsburgh: (All)  Isles 303, Pittsburgh 411;  (5-on-5) Isles 257, Pittsburgh 367
Total(All) Isles 862, Opponents 1,096;  (5-on-5) Isles 719, Opponents 941

High-Danger Game by Game:
Game 1: (All) Isles 10, Tampa Bay 14; (5-on-5) Isles 9, Tampa Bay 8
Game 2: (All) Isles 12, Tampa Bay 15; (5-on-5) Isles 8, Tampa Bay 7
Game 3: (All) Isles 15, Tampa Bay 5; (5-on-5) Isles 14, Tampa Bay 5
Game 4: (All) Isles 10, Tampa Bay 9; (5-on-5) Isles 7, Tampa Bay 8
Game 5: (All) Isles 12, Tampa Bay 14; (5-on-5) Isles 8, Tampa Bay 11
Series: (All) Isles 59, Tampa Bay 57;  (5-on-5) Isles 46, Tampa Bay 39
Vs. Boston: (All) Isles 55, Boston 72;  (5-on-5) Isles 42, Boston 54
Vs. Pittsburgh:(All)  Isles 66, Pittsburgh 72; (5-on-5) Isles 52, Pittsburgh 55
Total (All) Isles 180, Opponents 201;  (5-on-5) Isles 140, Opponents 148

Scratches
(Anders Lee), (Oliver Wahlstrom), Cory Schneider, Sebastian Aho, Braydon Coburn, Kieffer Bellows, Ross Johnston, Michael Dal Colle, Thomas Hickey, Austin Czarnik

Playoff games lost: 29

Post-Season Late Heroes (Final Two Minutes of Regulation, or Overtime)
Kyle Palmieri (16:30 of OT on 5/16 vs. Pittsburgh – Game 1)
Josh Bailey (20:51 of OT on 5/24 vs. Pittsburgh – Game 5)
Casey Cizikas (14:48 of OT on 5/31 vs. Boston – Game 2)
Post-Season Late Goals Allowed
Brad Marchand (3:36 of OT on 6/3 vs. Boston – Game 3)

Playoff Challenges
Isles: Lost a goalie interference challenge (6/5 vs Boston; Bruins did not score on subsequent PP)
Opponents: Lost an offsides challenge (6/19 by Tampa: Isles did not score on subsequent PP)

Most Overtime Wins in a Series
3 vs. Washington (1993)
3 vs. Florida (2016)
2 vs. Toronto (1978)
2 vs. Rangers (1979)
2 vs. Boston (1980)
2 vs. Philadelphia (1980)
2 vs. New Jersey (1988)
2 vs. Pittsburgh (2021)

Overtime is Our Time
The Isles are 39-22 (.639) all-time in overtime, including 19-13 at home. The Isles are 3-1 in overtime this season; they have gone 10-9 in nineteen overtime games since 2015. 

Overtime vs. Tampa Bay
The Isles are 1-4 all-time in playoff overtime games vs. Tampa Bay; the goals by Martin St. Louis and Anthony Cirelli clinched series and the Lightning went on to win the Stanley Cup. 
 
04/16/04 @ Martin St. Louis L TB 00:04:07 Tampa
05/03/16 Vs Brian Boyle L TB 00:02:48 Brooklyn
05/06/16 Vs Jason Garrison L TB 00:01:34 Brooklyn
09/15/20 @ Jordan Eberle W TB 00:32:30 Edmonton
09/17/20 Vs Anthony Cirelli L TB 00:13:18 Edmonton

Active Islander Playoff Leaders: (As NYI)
Games:
Matt Martin 71
Josh Bailey 69
Casey Cizikas 67
Nick Leddy 65
Brock Nelson 65

Consecutive Games
Matt Martin 71
Nick Leddy 65
Brock Nelson 60

Goals:
Brock Nelson 23
Josh Bailey 16
Anthony Beauvillier 14
Mathew Barzal 13
Jordan Eberle 12
J-G Pageau 11
Cal Clutterbuck 10
Anders Lee 8
Kyle Palmieri 7
Ryan Pulock 7
Mat Martin 7

Assists:
Josh Bailey 34
Mathew Barzal 23
Jordan Eberle 21
Nick Leddy 18
Brock Nelson 18
Anthony Beauvillier 14
Ryan Pulock 13
J-G Pageau 13

Points:
Josh Bailey 50
Brock Nelson 41
Mathew Barzal 36
Jordan Eberle 33
Anthony Beauvillier 28
J-G Pageau 24
Nick Leddy 23
Ryan Pulock 20

Penalty Minutes:
Matt Martin 107
Cal Clutterbuck 68
Casey Cizikas 44

PP Goals
Anthony Beauvillier 4
Mathew Barzal 4
Jordan Eberle 4
Ryan Pulock 3
Josh Bailey 3
Anders Lee 3
Brock Nelson 3 
Nick Leddy 1
Oliver Wahlstrom 1
Nick Leddy 1
Kyle Palmieri 1

SH Goals
Josh Bailey 1
 
GW Goals
Brock Nelson 7
Ryan Pulock 3
Anthony Beauvillier 3
Jordan Eberle 3
Josh Bailey 3
Mathew Barzal 2
Thomas Hickey 1
Leo Komarov 1
Andy Greene 1
Scott Mayfield 1
Kyle Palmieri 1
Casey Cizikas 1
Matt Martin 1

OT Goals 
Josh Bailey 2
Mathew Barzal 1
Thomas Hickey 1
Jordan Eberle 1
Kyle Palmieri 1
Casey Cizikas 1

Goaltending
Semyon Varlamov 17-13  2.35 GAA, .920 save percentage
Ilya Sorokin 4-1 2.94 GAA, .921 save percentage

(Varlamov's 17 wins tied him for second place in club history with Chico Resch. Only Billy Smith (88) has more playoff wins. Among goalies who have played at least ten post-season games, Varly has the best goals against average and second-best save percentage in club history.)

UP NEXT
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23rd  – TAMPA BAY AT ISLANDERS - 8:00pm 
[NBCSN, WRHU 88.7 FM, WRCN 103.9FM, ESPN 98.7FM; Pre-Game and Post-Game coverage on MSG+]
The Isles will look to even the series with a Game 6 win on Coliseum ice.  The Coliseum has really been Fort Neverlose in Game 6's, with the Isles holding a 15-2 all-time record.

The Isles are 3-9 in 12 previous series that they trailed 3-2; in all three series they won game six at home and game 7 on the road. Tampa Bay is 7-2 in nine previous series that they led 3-2.

Overall, the Isles are 16-4 in 20 previous game 6's at home (15-2 at Coliseum, 1-0 in Brooklyn and 0-2 in Bubble).

Eric Hornick has been the statistician on Islander home game telecasts since January 21, 1982. Information contained in "The Skinny" has been gathered from various sources. Follow Eric @ehornick on Twitter & on his blog www.nyiskinny.com.



Forever1940 is the nom de plume of Eric Hornick, statistician on Islander home telecasts since January 21, 1982. Visit my blog: NYISkinny.com and follow me on Twitter @ehornick

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