Pick 'em: Your 2011-12 Islanders Power Play Goal Leader

So it's August. I know it's quiet. You know it's quiet. That doesn't mean we're not kept awake at night by visions of Mark Streit slapshots* dancing in our heads.

2010-11 GP PPtoi PPG PPP
John Tavares 79 3:30 9 24
P.A. Parenteau 81 3:29 9 20
Matt Moulson 82 3:21 9 15
Blake Comeau 77 2:30 5 12
Josh Bailey 70 2:23 5 9

These are the top five New York Islanders power play goal scorers from last season. (Michael Grabner, remember, had less than a minute per game on the PP and ended up with two PPG.)

Who will lead the team in powerplay goals this coming season? Poll and room for comments below.

*Now with an improved flank threat? The Rolston bomb keeps 'em honest? Maybe?

Discuss amongst yourselves.

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