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New York Islanders Two Players That are Tradeable Now

DALLAS, TX - JUNE 22: Lou Lamoriello of the New York Islanders prior to the first round of the 2018 NHL Draft at American Airlines Center on June 22, 2018 in Dallas, Texas. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)
DALLAS, TX - JUNE 22: Lou Lamoriello of the New York Islanders prior to the first round of the 2018 NHL Draft at American Airlines Center on June 22, 2018 in Dallas, Texas. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)
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Josh Ho-Sang | Right-Wing

Unfortunately, Josh Ho-Sang is in the news again. And for all the wrong reasons. Speaking to Brett Cyrgalis of the New York Post, Josh Ho-Sang seemed to complain about his treatment by the organization this season.

From what he said, he seems to believe that the organization had pre-determined the outcome of training camp and that Ho-Sang wasn’t going to be able to change their minds. No matter what he did.

There’s a certain truth to that. The Isles did bring in a ton of vets and gave them deals that they weren’t going to be able to move to make room for anyone else. But Ho-Sang, for his part, hasn’t necessarily been covering himself in glories.

Ho-Sang’s four points in the AHL right now aren’t making headlines or forcing the team to think twice about their decision. It might not be the fairest situation, but at this point, with the way the league works, Ho-Sang is going to have to play his way into the team.

That’s a long-winded way of saying, that the New York Islanders might see what they can get for a player who just isn’t happy with his situation. It might just be better for everyone if their relationship ended.

With the amount of talent that Ho-Sang possesses, Lou Lamoriello could certainly talk a team into taking him as part of a package for a roster player.

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We all want to see Josh Ho-Sang play in the NHL. But with the way things are between him and the organization that just might not be possible in an Islanders jersey.

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