if the islanders have a young group of guys that means the will be good soon, because they have young talent
Too inexperienced for next season, they have no shot...
stick to football man, u dont know hockey..the young guns on the islanders have no older talent to look up to, they have very little experience
Mark streit isnt old enough for you? And you think that the coaching staff means NOTHING? Having weight stay with the franchise is great because those young players have played with him and now how he likes things. When the isles are in the playoffs, Ill be the one laughing.
Laugh all you want, your bias statements won't get you anywhere...Islanders suck, and always will...
What u just said is bias... thats funny.
Btw 20 bucks says ur a ranger fan.. so go cry over losing to the caps.
Im a Devils fan, can I have my 20 bucks?
you can paypal me...
Ok then cry over being lower in the standings then the isles for a good chunk of the season.
And u think the devils are contenders? ilya is a baby and brodeurs a grandpa.
I never said Devils were contenders, though I do think they will be around 6-8th place this year. Zach is back from injury, and Kovy is back from his slump.
Marty and Moose are better then Dip and Montoya, during the Devils crazy streak, Moose played OUTSTANDING....
and montoya played great too... Both of our teams are in similar situations but the difference is, the Islanders have good, young players. The Devils need to rebuild.
No, we just need Zach back....
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