Islanders Bits: Tavares 4 points here, Strome hat trick there

Winner.

"If Al plays the way he has the last couple of games, I like our chances."

>>Brian Rolston talking about Al Montoya last night

Boy, winning puts people in a happy mood.

You know what else does? A night where The Franchise John Tavares scores four points, while Ryan Strome returns to juniors after two weeks away from competitive hockey and scores a hat trick. That's after Brock Nelson's big weekend at North Dakota, Anders Lee's resumption at Notre Dame, and Kirill Petrov's 6-3-9 in 12 GP in the KHL. Coast to coast, continent to continent, people see reasons to dream.

Yeah, well, that's like, the future, man. These links are about last night:

P.A. Parenteau Post-Game

As a general rule, PAP cracks me up. Plenty more at the official site beyond this video:


In the Tavares video, I noticed him reference not starting the preseason with Parenteau -- almost a plea to stick together?

 

Islanders Links

Recaps of last night: Our recap | Our +/- thread | Isles recap focused on first line | ... and focused on Tavares' big night | Skinny: No Islander has done what JT did in 15 years. | Brian Compton for the NHL | Newsday ... with more notes from Staple | Bolts view at Raw Charge

Hockey Is Rather Fun, Actually, Links

OT: Steven Wright -- quite the stunning visual -- on Letterman way back when.

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