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New York Islanders signed Joshua Ho-Sang (1 Year / $874,125 AAV)

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Aug 19 at 7:15
#1
Joshua Ho-Sang has signed a new contract with the New York Islanders.
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LENGTH: 1 YEAR
EXPIRY STATUS: RFA
SIGNING TEAM: New York IslandersNew York Islanders
VALUE: $874,125
C.H.% : 1.07
SIGNING DATE: August 19, 2019
SOURCE: CapFriendly
SEASONCLAUSECAP HIT AAV P. BONUSES S. BONUSES BASE SALARY TOTAL SALARY MINORS SALARY
2019-20$874,125$874,125$0$0$874,125$874,125$70,000
TOTAL$874,125$874,125$0$0$874,125$874,125$70,000
Aug 19 at 7:41
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AwesomeMatthews
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When will they let him finally go
Aug 19 at 7:44
#3
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Quoting: AwesomeMatthews
When will they let him finally go


His audition isn't over until the fat Ho-Sang's
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Aug 19 at 8:05
#4
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Why was there ever so much hype surrounding this kid? He was a late 1st rounder. It's not like were dealing w/ Alex Nylander or even Michael Dal Colle who I think was a top 5 pick.
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Aug 19 at 8:12
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Komarov>Tavares
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Quoting: Brian2016
Why was there ever so much hype surrounding this kid? He was a late 1st rounder. It's not like were dealing w/ Alex Nylander or even Michael Dal Colle who I think was a top 5 pick.


he's got a ton of skill. Early career returns translate roughly to 37 points over a full season, which isn't too bad. Kid is just an absolute dunce and always does something that gets him in trouble with management
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Aug 19 at 9:50
#6
Oilers, Bruins, Habs
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Just a stopgap until trade I don’t think Lou likes him
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Aug 19 at 11:47
#7
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sign and trade?

Honestly, he's about at the limit isn't he. Teams aren't holding onto wingers forever. Maybe they think he has trade value?
Aug 20 at 6:55
#8
The worst AGMs
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He played a year up AAA like McDavid.
Aug 20 at 7:27
#9
Tomassss Tatarrrr
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A one year contract is not much of a risk… This year is a do or die for him with the Isles. The kid has a lot of skills but he was kind of misused by NY.
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Aug 20 at 8:03
#10
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the greatest player to wear number 66 in NHL
Aug 20 at 8:19
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LongtimeLeafsufferer
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If a recollect correctly. His first practice with the Isles training camp (he was still a junior), he showed up late. Was sent home immediately.
Aug 20 at 9:26
#12
best poster
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the islanders probably could've traded him and netted a decent return instead of letting him flounder in their farm system
Aug 20 at 10:53
#13
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Last chance for this guy to crack the NHL with this team. If he learns what his own zone looks like I think he'd be a good top nine option for the Isles.
Aug 20 at 4:21
#14
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We can't complain about this signing...only a year and peanuts as a salary plus he's not bad
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Aug 20 at 4:35
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Quoting: linehan10
he's got a ton of skill. Early career returns translate roughly to 37 points over a full season, which isn't too bad. Kid is just an absolute dunce and always does something that gets him in trouble with management


Not to mention that he has zero defensive ability
Aug 20 at 8:49
#16
Komarov>Tavares
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Quoting: DirtyDangles
Not to mention that he has zero defensive ability


He didnt seem too out of place last season, but then again, nobody really did on the isles. They probably need his 37 points because only four Isles scored 37+ last season, and that cant continue
Aug 21 at 2:02
#17
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Quoting: Brian2016
Why was there ever so much hype surrounding this kid? He was a late 1st rounder. It's not like were dealing w/ Alex Nylander or even Michael Dal Colle who I think was a top 5 pick.


because he is incredibly skilled; however he is also incredibly lazy, immature and stubborn
Aug 21 at 2:03
#18
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Quoting: mondo
the islanders probably could've traded him and netted a decent return instead of letting him flounder in their farm system


he's skilled player and his value is low right now. maybe they end up moving on, but trading him at his lowest value isn't smart when you have control over him for 5 more years
Aug 21 at 2:13
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Quoting: trickydick55
he's skilled player and his value is low right now. maybe they end up moving on, but trading him at his lowest value isn't smart when you have control over him for 5 more years


i'm referring to trading him a while ago when his potential was a greater selling point.
Aug 22 at 12:06
#20
NY Rangers
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I have to think another team would be willing to trade a low round pick for him, or maybe another prospect with a need for a change of scenery. The Isles have wasted his talent and Lou has no patience for kids like Ho-Sang
 
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