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Snow's Sgt. Brody Method for Attracting UFAs

Nearly five years after getting Martin Biron to sign from Philadelphia, the notion of signing quality UFAs has become nothing more than an annual, improbable hope crushed each July.

Isles Report Card: Brad Boyes, rent-a-winger?

Brad Boyes and the Islanders each got what they arranged for in 2013. Where it goes from here is subject to the whims of the free agency silly season.

C. McDonald Signed for Two More Years

The Islanders sign another depth newcomer to a cheap but multi-year extension.

Ises Bring Back Martinek, Round out Camp Roster

With Lubomir Visnovsky still AWOL, the Islanders make touch-ups to blueline depth throughout the organization.

Matt Martin, New York Islanders Go to Wire Again with 4-Year Pre-Lockout Deal

Matt Martin's four-year, $4 million contract with the New York Islanders is a fair compromise for a fourth-liner who has shown some promise to be able to do more.

Who Am I? Islanders Sign Providence's Nathan McIver

A primer on New York Islanders depth signing, 27-year-old defenseman Nathan McIver, a veteran of eight pro seasons and a whole lot of fights.

The Scoop on New York Islanders RFA's, Signed and Unsigned

Matt Martin and Ty Wishart rejected their qualifying offers from the New York Islanders, but that's all just routine CBA business and both will likely reach terms with the club.

The Ones Who Walk Away: Ex-Islanders on the Move

Half of last season's New York Islanders blueline remains unsigned, a strong indication of just how undesirable that blueline was.

A Need? Islanders Depth Signings Point to Proverbial 'Toughness'

With the signings of Matt Carkner, Eric Boulton, Mike Halmo, Blair Riley and Brandon Defazio, the New York Islanders are once again trying to protect their skilled prospects with traditional tough guys.

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Revisited: Free Agent Defensemen

With Dennis Wideman signed in Calgary, the pool of available unrestricted free agent defensemen continues to thin. What should the New York Islanders do?

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