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What do the New York Islanders need out of Daniel Paille?
If you follow the New York Islanders on Twitter or check out some of the articles that I write about them, you may have noticed that some of these young guys are having a bit of an off year lately.
The team is playing poorly. Their first two games haven’t been the way the Islanders want them to be playing yet. The team’s third game is on a back-to-back and the team is being outshot by some pretty good teams — Carolina, NY Rangers, and Boston — on three of their first four goals in that series.
This off-week is only the second time this season that I’ve tried to project Islanders performance by using a five-game block rather than a seven-game block. The previous week I wrote about the impact that a series win could have on an entire season. And with a game in hand against the Senators Friday night, the Islanders are in very good shape.
One of the guys who I’m projecting to have a good game against the Senators is former first-round pick Daniel Paille. On Wednesday night in St. Louis he had four shots and a -2 rating in a game that the Rangers won 4-0. Paille was also minus-six and -7 in Carolina’s season opener. His offensive game is always going to look pretty good, but a bad game in a high-pressure matchup like in St. Louis is going to make it harder for him to put up the points.
As you might imagine, if you’re trying to find a reason to project a bad game, you’re going to be tempted to put it into some context. The thing is, I’ve seen so many arguments as to why Paille has a bad game and why it’s so important that his team win this year. Here’s one that I like:
This is a bad game for Daniel Paille, but he can still contribute in some way. The Isles need his puck handling, defensive intensity, and the ability to create scoring chances