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The Islander New Team Written by Moll - November 30th, -0001
I didn't took long for New NY Islander gm to put a stamp on his team. He did 4 trade to change his team.

The first trade he did was to send promising young defenceman Bryan Allen and a 4 rounder to Calgary for Kyle Mclaren and Paul Gaustad.

Paul Gaustad was exactly the kind of player the Islander was looking for. Big, strong and can play hockey that the new style of the Islander. Mclaren is a veteran that know is role and do it well.

The second trade was another big one. A fan favorite and great player Bryan Mccabe, Mike Jonhson and Gerald Dicaire were trade for Jovanoskie, Pahlson and Stefan kronwall.

Eddie Jo can bring it. He can score goal, hit,block and be a pain in the ass for all the other team. He should be one of the leader of this club. Samuel Pahlson is one of the best defensive centerman in the league. Every player hate to play against him. Stefan Kronwall is a deep player for our organization that might have a change to play in the big league soon.

The 3 trade was a very big one too. Its was a long process to get that deal done but at the end every one is please. Islander trade Comrie, Roszival and Hamel to the shark for Bourque, Ference, Mcgrattan, Dipenta.

Rene Bourque should be a very good winger for the 3 lines. He can score goal and know how to play defensively. Andrew Ference is doing a comeback for the Islander Gm. He had him in Colorado before and love the way he play. He has a great shoot and can do everything on the ice. Mcgrattan was a very welcome addition. I try to get Shelley from the Devil but it never work. So I turn my attention to another heavyweight. He will play on the 4 lines with Gaustad and show other team to respect the Islander. Joe Dipenta is a great deep player for our organization.

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