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04-10-2012, 01:45 PM
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Originally Posted by Sidney the Kidney View Post
I think this is a bit of a false assumption. Players don't improve just because they're a year older. I think we had a similar discussion last summer when discussing the Isles finishing Top-10 in offense.
Most players generally have peak seasons(assuming they don't become injury prone) between 25-30 so as more Islanders get close to that point in theory they should improve a bit

All that being said, as I mentioned the previous page the Islanders really need to look to upgrade the defense more then anything.

Originally Posted by Sidney the Kidney View Post
The Isles were a year older this year than they were last season, and what did that yield them? They went from finishing fifth last to finishing fourth last. While their point total increased, where they actually finished overall in the league got worse
They actually finished 4th worst last year and lost the draft lottery to pick 5th

Last edited by boredmale: 04-10-2012 at 01:51 PM.
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