The New York Islanders needed more “pop” up top. But they didn’t bring anyone in during free agency, though they certainly tried. They didn’t trade for anyone. And the only top-six player in their system that is ready they just sent back to the AHL through the waiver wire.
It’s a confusing situation, but Josh Ho-Sang again finds himself looking at playing AHL hockey. For the fourth season. Maybe Ho-Sang just isn’t that good?
I doubt it. He may not be the best player in his draft, something he promised just before being taken 28th overall by the Islanders.