The fans never forget things like that and at his age he may regret
it a long time, or until he is traded by whoever replaces Milbury.
If he is smart he should say he is sorry and hope the fans forgive
and forget, every Islander fan is aggravated watching this team,
which is not even as watchable as last year's team.
Looking at his game he is playing exactly as advertised, he will
score his 20-25 goals, and he will be invisible for long stretches.
The only difference is here he has to show more and because he is
playing on the teams top two lines he is getting more ice time.