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Rosner Wrap: Islanders Acquire Depth, Quick Involved in Blockbuster Move



New York Islanders, Jonathan Quick

Good morning and happy Wednesday. The New York Islanders recorded a point against the Minnesota Wild in a 2-1 shootout loss, taking two of three points on their two-game road trip.

The Islanders now return home and wait for the 2023 NHL Trade Deadline, which is March 3 at 3 PM ET.

Here’s your Islanders and NHL stories to know for today.


The New York Islanders had their chances against the Minnesota Wild on Tuesday night, but their lack of finishing, along with strong goaltending by Wild netminder Filip Gustavsson found them on the losing end, 2-1 in a shootout.

The Islanders announced that they had acquired 26-year-old Pierre Engvall from the Toronto Maple Leafs in exchange for a third-round selection in the 2024 NHL Draft.

Islanders general manager Lou Lamoriello addressed the media in Minnesota to discuss the newest acquisition while also providing updates on the injury front.

Has Bo Horvat made Jean-Gabriel Pageau expendable as the 2023 NHL Trade Deadline is upon us?

Per Sportsnet’s Elliotte Friedman on the latest ‘32 Thoughts‘ podcast, he believes the New York Islanders were in on two names this past week, two names that have homes elsewhere.

If Semyon Varlamov wants to be back with the Islanders on a significant pay cut, sign him now or trade him.

Here’s the Islanders likely trade deadline scenario and a few depth options that would make sense.


LA Hockey Now: Great trade for the Kings with Columbus, but a sad end to Quick in LA. Here are the full LA Kings trade details.

Detroit Hockey Now: Patrick Kane is a Ranger. Gustav Nyquist to the Wild. Ekholm to Edmonton. Luke Schenn to Toronto. Here’s the trade tracker and analysis from the hockey veterans. NHL trade tracker.

Detroit Hockey Now: The Penguins got some help in the standings, kind of. The Ottawa Senators thumped the Red Wings 6-1.

Washington Hockey Now: WILD DAY in Washington. First–they traded MoJo to the Minnesota Wild. It was just the first Capitals trade.

Washington Hockey Now: The Capitals acquired Rasmus Sandin for a first-rounder and Erik Gustafsson. The second Capitals trade. Third, the Capitals pulled Nick Jensen off the NHL trade block and re-signed him. And if you’re curious, here’s how the Washington room is handling the craziness. Capitals locker room.

Vegas Hockey Now: What do the Golden Knights need before the NHL Trade Deadline comes and goes on Friday?


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