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RFA's: The Last Pre-Lockout Open Questions

The NHL lockout appears just days away, and there are a few major restricted free agents who look like they won't be signed before the rules change for good.

All (Some) of the NHL Free Agent Forwards the Islanders Won't (Probably) Sign

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The pool of NHL free agent forwards is voluminous. Some might even sign with the New York Islanders.

Free Agency Rumblings: P.A. Parenteau to Market

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P.A. Parenteau's agent says he'll be hitting unrestricted free agency, meaning the New York islanders will have to find other names to fill their roster once July 1 hits.

All of Suter’s preferred destinations, should he leave the Predators, are in the Western Conference...

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All of Suter’s preferred destinations, should he leave the Predators, are in the Western Conference – not the East.

According to a source at CSN Philly. Which can only mean ... FIYRE GARHTSNOW!!11
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Looking Ahead: Free Agent Defensemen

2012 might bring a better class of free agent defensemen than we've seen in a while. Will the New York Islanders be able to strike and find the upgrades they need?

March of Progress: NHL Competition's Steady Squeeze on the NHLPA

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The New York Islanders have seen their share of depth players miss the cut and have to find work in Europe after a cutthroat NHL has cast them aside.

Does Mikkel Boedker Set the Market for Josh Bailey's Contract?

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Mikkel Boedker and Josh Bailey were drafted one slot apart, rushed to the NHL, and awaiting RFA contracts this summer. Bailey's should be richer than the $1.1 million per that Boedker signed.

The Case: Colin White, Devils Castaway

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If the New York Islanders are still looking for defensive depth help, they could do worse than veteran Devils buyout Colin White.

Islanders Bits: Why the cap floor fuss now, exactly?

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The New York Islanders will need to spend to get to the cap, but the time to make up that difference is when value plays are available -- after NHL arbitration hearings have completed.

Where have you gone, Mike Comrie?

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Reflecting on the eventful career of Mike Comrie, which stands at a crossroads at age 30 as an unsigned free agent coming off an illness-shortened year.

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