I'm very curious: For a team that has very little to show for itself in defensive prospects, the New York Islanders have spent the first 3 to 4 picks of the last 3 drafts picking forwards. However, this summer they then picked 3 defensemen in a row, with O'Neill and perhaps Axelsson each expected to go in rounds earlier than they went. Is there anyone here who has an opinion to share about these two or the Czech fella, Mrazek? Anyone think the Isles struck gold considering where they picked these defensemen? Thanks for any responses!