From Michael Russo of the Minneapolis Star Tribune:
Well, in Saturday's second round of the NHL entry draft, the Islanders took Gophers incoming freshman and Minnesota's Mr. Hockey, Roseau's Aaron Ness, with the 40th pick.
But Snow changed his tune Saturday, saying, he blasted the Gophers because in a Star Tribune article the day before, "there were three people that took shots against our organization, against Kyle, and I wasn't going to sit idly by.
Read the entire article here.
While Snow may have expressed his feelings about the Gophers program earlier this season, the fact that he didn't hold a grudge and selected a Gophers player in the 2nd round is a good sign. That means he isn't letting his own personal views get in the way of drafting what his scouts believe is the best player available at that spot.