He's reached another level, as has the hype surrounding him.
He's taken his licks, but now New York Islanders GM Garth Snow is getting accolades for assembling a promising team using undervalued parts.
Whatever this experience is and however it ends, it's something to be relished as new Coliseum memories are made. It's been a long time coming.
Do you have deep hate for Pittsburgh based on sporting events and encounters with annoying fans? There's a thread for that
While there was plenty of ugly, we relive the prettiest of games played by the Islanders at home this season.
With several forward prospects in the system, the Islanders have a few unrestricted free agent forwards who could draw interest at the trade deadline.
The Isles are not headed for the playoffs and it would be wise for Snow to start selling some pieces
The NHL realignment is official. The Islanders will have new neighbors, and compete in a larger conference. This isn't a bad thing. Good teams will still make the playoffs.
The Islanders will, for once, be moving from the outhouse to the penthouse, but not before some final drama.
John Tavares is a scoring machine. But even he can't do it alone and needs other fellow Islanders to start stepping up.
From afar, it sure looks like Rick DiPietro's knee is suffering from a feedback mechanism from which he will never recover.
The Islanders have removed one goaltender who wasn't working. Will his replacement make a meaningful difference?
Whether it's the coach's fault or not, the Islanders have proven to streak more often negatively under Jack Capuano, and rarely streak in the positive direction
Montreal defenseman P.K. Subban's exciting play style and flamboyant personality have drawn the ire of many critics in his career. Now, you can add a Super Bowl party to the list of ways P.K. has pissed people off. (parody)