Kevin Poulin has been under the Islanders' microscope for quite some time. The organization has put a lot of faith in him, expecting him to eventually take over the starting position from veteran net-minder Evgeni Nabokov, perhaps as early as next season (Photo credit: 560XLS/Flickr).
Early on, fans were probably starting to lower their expectations for Poulin, only winning one of his first five starts and then dropping six in a row between November 19th and December 7th.
However, a recent surge by the Islanders, which can be very much attributed to the performance of Poulin, may help turn a few heads and increase the confidence of the 23-year old keeper.
Vokoun All But Assured to be in an Avs Uni Next Year
Yesterday, the Avs put in Qualifiying offers on players, and also let some go. It was already stated Peter Budaj would not be resigned, however the Avs also did not qualify RFA Brian Elliott. This means that as of right now the Avs have absolutely no goaltenders on their roster. To add to that, the Avs also have around $20 mill they have to spend just to get to the cap floor. This means that Avs will be forced to be big spenders come Friday. This all but assures the Avs will put a serious offer on Tomas Vokoun, who is ranked as the number one FA goalie available. &n...