New York Islanders Podcast We Still Have Goaltending Issues
The New York Islanders goaltending situation continues to be a problem 30 games into the 2017-18 season.
The New York Islanders lost again against the Dallas Star. And again goaltending could t bail them out.
We’ve all been saying it for a while. At some point the forwards won’t be scoring 4-5 goals a game on average.
And when that day comes, the Islanders goaltenders will have to be there to win some games.
We’re here. The forwards aren’t putting them in like they used to. And the goaltending, Jaroslav Halak or Thomas Greiss aren’t getting it done either.
Matt brings up a number of stats to show up just how, contextually, these goaltenders are doing. Hold on to your hats this week’s pod is going to be a bumpy ride.
What Else Do We Talk About
We don’t just talk about the goaltenders. There are other things to go over:
- We go through the last few games including the most recent home loss to the Dallas Stars at home.
- Brad Marchand gets away with taking a run at John Tavares. We’re #Done with the DoPS.
- We tell you why it’s indefensible to say that the Metropolitan Divisin isn’t the most difficult in the NHL.
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