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  1. Islanders general manager Lou Lamoriello added another acclamation to his Hall of Fame resume, being named winner of the NHL’s Jim Gregory GM of the Year award for the 2019-20 season. It marks the first time Lamoriello has won the award, which began being given out in 2010. The 77-year-old Lamoriello, who previously won three Stanley Cups as GM of the New Jersey Devils, edged out Tampa Bay’s Julien BriseBois and Dallas’ Jim Nill in voting done by a 41-member panel of GMs, NHL executives and media members. Lamoriello’s key moves in his second season with the semifinalist Islanders were the free-agent signings of Semyon Varlamov and Derick Brassard, the re-signing of captain Anders Lee and others and the in-season trades for J-G Pageau and Andy Greene. https://nypost.com/2020/09/12/islanders-lou-lamoriello-named-nhls-gm-of-the-year/
  2. You took what I said and reversed it. Having a Stubban doesn't make you a contender, but you can't win a Cup or contend for one without a d-man like him.
  3. You can't win a Cup or even be a contender without a player like Subban. Everyone please remember that.
  4. I think that management should sports bet on the Devs to finish 30 and THEN tank the team. They seem more concerned about teaching our kids the ions and outs of sports betting than hockey.
  5. I fixed the topic title.. and wow... we'll be seeing Lou at Panera alot again.
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    This Incredible Forum

    Great post and thanks for sharing your thoughts. This is Devils country and my home from the beginning. LGD!
  7. The NHL suspended Boston Bruins winger Brad Marchand five games for his elbow on New Jersey Devils winger Marcus Johansson in Boston's 3-2 win Tuesday, the NHL's Department of Player Safety announcedWednesday. In the video explaining its decision, the NHL said Marchand's elbow to the head of Johansson was "not a defensive maneuver" and that during the course of the play he "lunges both up and into Johansson, while swinging his elbow forward through Johansson's head." http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2755840-brad-marchand-suspended-5-games-for-hit-to-head-of-marcus-johansson Here's the NHL Video Explanation
  8. He just Sydney Crsoby'd the Red Wings in overtime... lmao
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