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Islander Wind of Change Written by Moll - December 3rd, 2008
It has been a busy 2 week for Moll. He decide to change the spirit of his team by trading a lot of core player and change is coach in the process. Moll had a lot of explanation to do after he trade Jovo out of New York.

A lot of people are asking why Jovo. He was the heart and soul of this team and was a fan favorite. Moll had those comment to say:'' Jovo was always and will always be a favorite of mine. He did everything he could to make this team the best possible. But sometime a change is good. We needed to change the face of this franchise and he was one of the player we target. We try to trade a lot of other player but finally the cut came to Jovo''. The Islander have change a lot... event player that was just brought in have been trade. Kariya played 6 games for the Islander before being trade to the rival New Jersey Devils. We have succeed to trade a lot of player for young prospect and manage to kept a competitive team. Broulwer, Skille, Hensick, Jones and Yandle are all future CMHl player. They might event play some game this year in the big club. But for now they will make there mark. We acquire some very good player in the like of Knuble, Malone, Niedermayer, Redden, Kaberle, Hainsey, Vokoum and Belfour. We hope that those player are gonna continue the winning way of Moll gm and the New York Islander. We manage to acquire some good draft pick for the draft. We might deal them before but if not we are happy with the pick we have. We've got a new coach with Paul Maurice who has alredy make is mark. We are player for 500 hockey since he is in charge. We are done moving player for now. But we never know when a good offer might be on the table. The only question now is are we gonna be seller or buyer....
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