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||Posted - 07/18/2006 : 11:14:55
After a month and a half on the job he is no longer the Islanders GM.
Its true - check it out:
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||Posted - 07/24/2006 : 08:56:23
Even after a week, I can't stop laughing. I feel so sorry for all of the Islander fans.
AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHtill find this fu
||Posted - 07/20/2006 : 08:15:55
Not that I think Ted Nolan had much to do with this insane change but I gaurantee that this will only add fuel to the "Ted Nolans a GM Killer" fire.
Snow will get his first challenge as GM when he has to represent the club at Mike York's arbitration case this week. Should be interesting to have to rip into a former teammate in hopes of the arbitrator awarding a low salary.
||Posted - 07/19/2006 : 23:05:06
I heard Garth Snow on sportsdesk tonight. It was hilarious, even he called himself a second rate goalie. I'm pretty sure that he'll be a "yes man" for the big guys. What kind of message is that sending? Maybe they are setting him up to be a scapegoat for a season that is already written off????
||Posted - 07/19/2006 : 08:49:17
This is just rediculous. Charles Wang is officially the worst owner in the league. His reasoning was that Smith wasn't working with the rest of the crew: Pat Lafontaine, Brian Trottier etc. Well guess what - Lafontaine quit right after Smith was fired.
This organization is screwed.
||Posted - 07/18/2006 : 13:52:05
I just saw that too on the Score. Can you belive it? Apparantley Garth Snow retired today and is taking over. Maybe Smith wasn't working out as a puppet to Milburry and Snow will do as he is told.
Lets put this into practise here: Pick a team, take its backup goalie and make him the teams GM.
Mika Noronen, GM of the Vancouver Canucks. Sounds kinda crazy to me.