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Its like you people dont understand how bright the future is

Créé par: jzcooper
Date de création initiale: 26 sept. 2021
Publié: 26 sept. 2021
Équipe: 2023-24 Islanders de New York
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RFAANSCAP HIT
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1 oct. 2021 à 18 h 14
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Yeah definitely. And Staple’s questions to Barry about that Wahlstrom have to learn how to be a pro etc. And by his article he is seriously wanting Wahlstrom not to play instead of a Pánik, atleast he’s insinuating it. And he absolutely thinks Greene should play over Salo, and he definitely belongs in the AHL to start the season. He writes pretty much that SHL is a very bad league and Salo have to learn how to play in North America. Smh. It doesn’t matter how you play at the camp at all, which was my fear going in. Trotz pretty much cemented it today when he said Greene doesn’t have to show him or prove anything to him. Greene with Mayfield is a nightmare. But sure, lets try them against Carolina on opening night and let them get eaten alive.


Lol staple is such a hack. SHL is the 3rd best league in the world. Do you mind copy and pasting the article real quick? I cancelled but I want to see what this moron said about wahlstrom
1 oct. 2021 à 18 h 23
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Lol staple is such a hack. SHL is the 3rd best league in the world. Do you mind copy and pasting the article real quick? I cancelled but I want to see what this moron said about wahlstrom


Yeah sure thing.

Segment Heading: Wallyworld? Not just yet

Barry Trotz confirmed on Friday what everyone who watched Tuesday’s preseason game in Philadelphia saw: Oliver Wahlstrom wasn’t good that night, nor has he particularly stood out so far in camp. Trotz said Wahlstrom knows it too, which is a step in the right direction from last year’s camp.

“The biggest thing is self-recognition,” Trotz said. “He knows he hasn’t had the greatest of camps to this point. The key for him, where he made big strides last year was moving his feet, participating in the game rather than watching the game. He’s working on becoming a complete pro.”

Wahlstrom didn’t crack the Islanders lineup last season until the seventh game of the season and still had five other scratches during an encouraging rookie season. So this slow camp is not going to doom him, it seems, but as the only forward presumably in the top 14 who doesn’t need waivers to be sent down, Wahlstrom can’t afford to be average the rest of the preseason.

It’s hard to imagine Wahlstrom not starting the season in the lineup ahead of Komarov, but Uncle Leo could very easily be on the season-opening roster. The Islanders will try to maximize their long-term injured reserve space afforded by Johnny Boychuk’s cap hit of $6 million, and the best way to do that may be to have Komarov ($3 million cap hit) and/or Thomas Hickey ($2.5 million cap hit) on the 23-man roster when teams need to become cap compliant the week after next.

And if Komarov is actually dressed for the Oct. 14 opener in Raleigh, N.C., against the Hurricanes, would anyone be that surprised? He’s a safety blanket of sorts for Trotz, an old reliable whose limitations are well known but whose work ethic and consistency are, too.

These are his writing on Wahlstrom.

And then the comment section is bad.
1 oct. 2021 à 18 h 25
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Yeah sure thing.

Segment Heading: Wallyworld? Not just yet

Barry Trotz confirmed on Friday what everyone who watched Tuesday’s preseason game in Philadelphia saw: Oliver Wahlstrom wasn’t good that night, nor has he particularly stood out so far in camp. Trotz said Wahlstrom knows it too, which is a step in the right direction from last year’s camp.

“The biggest thing is self-recognition,” Trotz said. “He knows he hasn’t had the greatest of camps to this point. The key for him, where he made big strides last year was moving his feet, participating in the game rather than watching the game. He’s working on becoming a complete pro.”

Wahlstrom didn’t crack the Islanders lineup last season until the seventh game of the season and still had five other scratches during an encouraging rookie season. So this slow camp is not going to doom him, it seems, but as the only forward presumably in the top 14 who doesn’t need waivers to be sent down, Wahlstrom can’t afford to be average the rest of the preseason.

It’s hard to imagine Wahlstrom not starting the season in the lineup ahead of Komarov, but Uncle Leo could very easily be on the season-opening roster. The Islanders will try to maximize their long-term injured reserve space afforded by Johnny Boychuk’s cap hit of $6 million, and the best way to do that may be to have Komarov ($3 million cap hit) and/or Thomas Hickey ($2.5 million cap hit) on the 23-man roster when teams need to become cap compliant the week after next.

And if Komarov is actually dressed for the Oct. 14 opener in Raleigh, N.C., against the Hurricanes, would anyone be that surprised? He’s a safety blanket of sorts for Trotz, an old reliable whose limitations are well known but whose work ethic and consistency are, too.

These are his writing on Wahlstrom.

And then the comment section is bad.


Lmao here’s a worse headline I don’t know how gross has a job

1 oct. 2021 à 18 h 31
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Lmao here’s a worse headline I don’t know how gross has a job



Haha yeah and Gross’s questions to Wahlstrom was embarassing, the tone and attitude seemed to indicate Wahlstrom was coming of a bad season and what he needed to do to be a better player going forward etc. Poor Whally answered in a very critical manner about himself having to be consistent and such. I don’t really get the narrative here. Of course Whally’s should aim to get better and better, nothing wrong with pushing that, but come one, give the guy some slack and cred for once. He needs to improve on everything and be a better pro and fix this and that, blablabla, it’s getting ridicolous.
1 oct. 2021 à 18 h 33
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Haha yeah and Gross’s questions to Wahlstrom was embarassing, the tone and attitude seemed to indicate Wahlstrom was coming of a bad season and what he needed to do to be a better player going forward etc. Poor Whally answered in a very critical manner about himself having to be consistent and such. I don’t really get the narrative here. Of course Whally’s should aim to get better and better, nothing wrong with pushing that, but come one, give the guy some slack and cred for once. He needs to improve on everything and be a better pro and fix this and that, blablabla, it’s getting ridicolous.


It’s like Gross and Staple and such take it as an insult if a young guy like Wahlstrom or Salo should start before guys like Pánik, Greene and Komarov (and Zajac last year). Listened to Gross’s pod a couple of times last year in the playoff-run, he was the biggest Komarov lover out there, defended him like he was his family on his pod.
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1 oct. 2021 à 18 h 49
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It’s like Gross and Staple and such take it as an insult if a young guy like Wahlstrom or Salo should start before guys like Pánik, Greene and Komarov (and Zajac last year). Listened to Gross’s pod a couple of times last year in the playoff-run, he was the biggest Komarov lover out there, defended him like he was his family on his pod.


The worst part of being an isles fan is the glorifying washed up vets and shi**ing on young players by the coach and media
1 oct. 2021 à 18 h 57
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The worst part of being an isles fan is the glorifying washed up vets and shi**ing on young players by the coach and media


Yeah definitely. And some fans to, I mean all the other fanbases glorifies their prospects, we downgrade them and want them to play for Bridgeport until they are 25 haha.
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Yeah definitely. And some fans to, I mean all the other fanbases glorifies their prospects, we downgrade them and want them to play for Bridgeport until they are 25 haha.


He sums up the fanbase pretty well. He shouldn’t be writing about the team because he’s clueless

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He sums up the fanbase pretty well. He shouldn’t be writing about the team because he’s clueless



”Trotz calling out a youngster as he should”. But when it comes to the veterans Trotz should just say ”they have nothing to prove”.
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