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Some New York Islanders fans have had enough.

With the team outside the playoff picture and with the long-term future of captain John Tavares up in the air, a gofundme page has been established to raise money for a public message about general manager Garth Snow.

“It’s time to send a clear message to Islanders owners Jon Ledecky and Scott Malkin,” the campaign managers wrote. “Fans will no longer tolerate the culture of losing surrounding this franchise. Help us send a message and tell ownership that ‘SNOW MUST GO’ on a poster board within a half-mile of the Barclays Center.”

The board costs $2,500 for four weeks, with additional charges for printing and materials. Less than a day into the campaign, $2,958 had been raised, with a goal of Feb. 26 set for the board’s unveiling.

Snow has been on the job since 2006, and the Islanders have been to the playoffs four times in the past 12 years, advancing no further than the second round, and that just a single time.

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