We finish out the sweet 16 of our New York Islanders March Madness bracket with the four and five seeds facing-off. Time for upsets.
The first three rounds of votes in our New York Islanders March Madness didn’t produce too many upsets. Both first and second seeds of the brackets moved on and face little to no resistance in doing so.
But as we got further into the round the vote spread got smaller and smaller. Fans were becoming less and less certain about what was the biggest storyline for the New York Islanders 2017-18 NHL season.
Just to remind everyone what it is that we’re doing here exactly.
Every day we ask New York Islanders fans via Twitter to vote on two storylines from the 2017-18 season. We asked them to vote on which is the more important storyline.
The definition of important is left intentionally vague. What’s important to you might not be important to me. For example, I don’t think that Belmont was as important of a storyline for this season, as say the shoddy defense the Islanders trodded out on the ice every night so far.
See why we left the criteria vague?
In the fourth round of voting, it was the last two storylines from each side of the bracket, seeds four and five.