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Anthony Beauvillier may be the best route to the influential trade that the islanders desire

If the islanders move up, their options are somewhat limited, as General Manager Lou Lamoriero said he wanted to make.

In explaining the decision to dismiss Barry Trotz in May, La Moriello proposed not for the first time, but to make a "hockey contract" to improve the roster. A forward group that was significantly underproduced last season. The contract moves with core pieces (Anders Lee, Mathew Barzal, Brock Nelson, Cal Clutterbuck, Casey Sijikas), players with some form of non-trade clause (Kyle Palmieri, Jean Gabriel Pagau) Difficult to do (Josh Bailey), Lamoriero has only so many options.

You've just arrived at Anthony Beauvillier. These restrictions are not present and it is worth relying heavily on the belief that the other 31 general managers can be him.

At the age of 25 in early June, Veterans was scheduled to play the top six role in the final round of the Nassau Coliseum, scoring a winning goal and entering last season. Instead, he, like many other islanders, was left to explain the season he left the course on a farewell day held two months before the Stanley Cup was distributed.

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"I feel a little disappointed with my teammates." Beauvillier said that day. "I can do much better on the ice. I know it, and everyone knows it."

Beauville, in 75 games, 2020- 3 goals less than 47 games in 2009. His expected target percentage soared from 55.96 percent to 46.14 percent, according to Natural Stat Trick. Too often, he couldn't influence the game with equal strength and continued a long stretch without doing anything to get his attention.

The question for Lamoriero, and the person calling him, is that the season is considered just a victim of a team where almost every player had a rough. Whether or not. Something that indicates the season or player Beauvillier will be in the long run.

"I feel confident that I can be much better than what I showed this year," said Beauville. "There was frustration there. I knew my potential and didn't try it."

$ 4.15 million per person, with two seasons left So there is plenty of time for Quebec natives to prove themselves. If you believe that 2021-22 was otherwise on an upward trajectory, that number is fascinating.

Beauviller alone will not be able to get the islanders a left-handed defense to move the pack that the roster wants, but he could be the centerpiece of the deal. (And would anyone be surprised if the team moved the 13th overall pick in Thursday's NHL draft?)

If the islanders actually trade positively, it's them. I think this is the place I'm trying to add. They also need to score in advance, but those options are available at free agencies, and when it comes to one or the other, it's the blue line that Isles desperately needs help.

Of course, friction is how Lamoriero himself (and new head coach Lane Lambert) sees Beauville. The islanders are in an unstable place this offseason. The last thing they can buy is to see Beauville take off in another uniform.

"I just got into my head," he said. "That was a little frustrating. Now is the past. During the summer, I will be bigger, faster, stronger and ready for next year."