In the first installment of Isles Finals Week, I take a look at Cizikas, Strome, de Haan, and Poulin's season and determined who passed and who failed.Casey Cizikas  C-There always seems to be a few players on every team that fans will love unconditionall,y regardless of their performance, and Cizikas is certainly one of them for the Islanders. Zeeker was one of the biggest components to that great 4th line the Isles had last year, but has shown signs of regression this year. In 45 games last year, Zeeker tallied 6/9/15. This year, in 76 games, he has 6/10/16. On top of that, his plus minus has dropped to -9 from Even.  Regardless, he hasn’t made many bad mistakes in the defensive zone and has been decent, but perhaps Zeeker isn’t the 4th line center we thought he was.Ryan Strome  BNew York Islanders HeadshotsAh, the curious case of Ryan Strome. When he came up to the Islanders, he was not putting up points. However, he has been playing well in almost his entire time here with questionable linemates that include Matt Martin and others. Strome is one of the only + players on the team (+1) and has scored just about a half a point per game in what has really been a power play/ third line role. I’ve been happy with how Strome has played this season, as well as how the team has been with Strome in the lineup. The future is bright for the Mississauga native.Calvin de Haan  B-Many people had written off Calvin de Haan after several major injuries and the length of time it’s taken for him to get here, but de Haan has been a stabilizing force in the lineup.  For a defenseman who’s only played 51 games this season for a team that has been disastrous at times, 3/13/16 is not bad at all. Considered to be the replacement to Mark Streit at one point, de Haan has become a talented defenseman in his own zone with an offensive touch. Look for de Haan to take some more steps forward next season after this impressive rookie year.Kevin Poulin  DpoulinKevin Poulin is one of the most frustrating players to grade. He’s shown flashes of talent at every level, but cannot seem to get it together long enough to be convincing.  His GAA being above 3 and his sub .900 save percentage is all you should you know about his season, but don’t forget that the defense has been porous for years.Make sure to check back in for the next installment of Isles Finals Week, what grade will your favorite player get?Don't agree with a player's grade? Let me know in the comment section below!Anthony TartamellaYou can follow Anthony on twitter here: @Tartmaster