"In any successful organization, obviously, it helps if you can work with the right people," he said. "But unfortunately, you can't be too picky.
"There are many organizations I'd be thrilled and honoured to work for."
NYI Fan Central Comments:
Of course I wish Ted Nolan the best of luck, takes two and sometimes more to make a problem. Everyone shares in the blame for what happened as far as NYIFC is concerned.
Draw your own conclusions as to his comments because sometimes there is no right way to say something.
Of course maybe Ted Nolan wanted to get out his message he did not feel he was working with the right people here nor was he thrilled or honored to work for the Islanders any longer.
All I know is he was on a stage in April with a general manager where both of them lied to our fans about their working relationship.
They both share the blame equally for that.
Seemed the only thing they did work together on.
Scott Gordon for those scoring at home today spoke about an Islander policy being something he has never seen before, not exactly what partners who work together as coach and general manager do.