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Comments on Voice of the Islander Fans: NY IslandersSign Martin Biron, What Gives?





Updated: 2017-05-27T04:49:38.527-04:00

 



Very said state of affairs for DP. Biron can play...

2009-08-22T22:53:52.923-04:00

Very said state of affairs for DP. Biron can play, no doubt i watched him when he was with the Rochester Amerks in the AHL and even then looked good.



Scott that would not surprise me at all. The Islan...

2009-08-03T13:14:56.301-04:00

Scott that would not surprise me at all. The Islanders have done everything to make us think DP is finished.
Signing Roloson, Biron and Munroe, drafting 2 high goaltenders and one that proejcts as an NHL starter in 1-2 years in Koskinen. They didnt draft that kid to have him sit behind Rick for 12 years.



Inside source says DP is DONE !!!!!

2009-07-30T20:17:52.662-04:00

Inside source says DP is DONE !!!!!



Which of those do I think is true? None, honestly....

2009-07-26T21:34:46.778-04:00

Which of those do I think is true? None, honestly. I say:

5) The Islanders dont think Rick will be 100% for the early part of the season, and since the toughest part of the Isles sched is in Nov-Dec this season, they want to give the team a fair chance to do well. Whenever Rick does come back, they can trade Biron to a contender who needs a goalie because he will be the most cap-friendly starting goalie available.