(Mike Stobe/NHLI via Getty Images)Usually, teams can move on quickly from a loss like the 6-0 thrashing the Islanders received on Tuesday. Most of the time, that type of loss doesn't have to linger; rather, they're forgotten. This time, however, the New York Islanders and their fan base have had three days (and counting) to process this one.The Islanders allowed six goals behind Anders Nilsson, who some consider the heir to the team's crease in the near future. This team received zero goals against Ilya Bryzgalov, and literally no sign of life from any of its players from puck drop to the final buzzer.To make it worse, Matt Moulson scored two goals in his return to New York; Jared Spurgeon, a former Isles' draft pick that was never given a shot on Long Island, scored; Nino Niederreiter,...

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