With the NHL draft looming Sunday, there is even less certainty concerning the Islanders’ goaltending situation now than there was when their season ended after a six-game, first-round series loss to the Penguins.

First is the fact talks between unrestricted free agent Evgeni Nabokov and the team have come to a complete standstill, The Post has learned. The veteran netminder for the past two seasons is going to test the free agent market on July 5, despite the fact the team and Nabokov’s agent had agreed to the terms of a one-year deal. Yet the money for the goalie who will be 38 years old when the season starts, was so far off they could not close the gap.

Next is that a league source said the Islanders are not one of the many teams pining for Canucks goalie Robert Luongo, who has been at the center of trade and amnesty buyout rumors the entire offseason. Luongo, 34, started his career with the Islanders, who drafted him fourth overall in 1997, and carries with him a $5.33 million salary-cap hit through the 2021-22 season.