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Islanders five takeaways from 2021-22 roster: Lou Lamoriello the genius

The final roster is in. Late on Sunday the New York Islanders officially 2021-22 roster was leaked….released? The Islanders didn’t officially announce the roster yet, but it is available, somewhere. I’m sure, bright and early tomorrow morning, the Islanders will have a post on their website officially announcing the roster...
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Islanders: Cal Clutterbuck Expectations For 2021-2022

And then there was one. The last player in my 2021-2022 season expectations project is Cal Clutterbuck as we get ready for the New York Islanders to start their season this week. Cal’s been with the Islanders for eight years now and is coming off an 11 point season (4 goals, 7 assists).
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Revisiting the Cal Clutterbuck-Nino Niederreiter Trade

In the years when the New York Islanders consistently finished at the bottom of the standings, then-general manager Garth Snow made one of the most talked-about trades among Islanders fans. It was a simple swap of Nino Niederreiter for Cal Clutterbuck, but the deal will always be debated. Let’s take a look back at the trade that was made on July 1, 2013, between the Islanders and the Minnesota Wild.
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5 Takeaways: Isles Open Preseason with 4-0 Win Over Rangers

Cal Clutterbuck leads Islanders with three points, while Ilya Sorokin and Jakub Skarek combine for a shutout. The New York Islanders opened up their preseason on the right note, beating the New York Rangers 4-0 on Sunday night at Madison Square Garden. Cal Clutterbuck had a goal and two assists,...
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N.Y. Islanders 4, N.Y. Rangers 0

First Period--1, N.Y. Islanders, Nelson 1 (Bailey, Panik), 11:28. 2, N.Y. Islanders, Cizikas 1 (Jefferies, Clutterbuck), 17:06 (pp). Penalties--Nemeth, NYR (Holding), 5:24; N.Y. Rangers bench, served by Rempe (Boarding), 13:49; Goodrow, NYR (Misconduct), 13:49; Barron, NYR (Hooking), 15:19; N.Y. Islanders bench, served by Holmstrom (Too Many Men on the Ice), 16:00.
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Islanders: Predicting Forward Depth After Travis Zajac Retirement

After playing in the NHL for 15 seasons, Travis Zajac decided to call it a career. The long-time New Jersey Devil was a trade deadline acquisition for the New York Islanders this past year and provided solid depth to the bottom six in 13 regular-season games and 14 playoff games.
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