New York Islanders General Manager Garth Snow had no regrets when it comes to the treatment of prospect Josh Ho-Sang this year.
A couple weeks ago, Josh Ho-Sang vented his frustrations when it comes to the New York Islanders treatment of him. Today, during the Islanders exit interviews, Garth Snow spoke on the subject.
He has no regrets when it comes to how Josh Ho-Sang was handled this year.
"“We want Josh to be the best player he can be, the player he envisions ever since he was probably a child. We want the same thing and are striving for the same goal that he is.”"
Just like I said at the end of March when this all went down, I’m not buying it. It’s pretty clear we here at Eyes on Isles are on Ho-Sang’s side here. It’s likely because we’ve seen the same thing happen countless times with other prospects.
Nino Niederreiter went on to have success elsewhere after 64 games of three points of production the Isles gave up on the promising 20-year-old. It seems like we’re on our way to another Nino situation here with Josh Ho-Sang.
Ho-Sang should, keyword being should be on the Islanders roster next year. We’re just going to have to wait and see.
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