One only can imagine the look on Garth Snow’s face when the Islanders general manager heard about the contract extension Oilers’ wunderkind Connor McDavid reportedly has agreed to in principle. That’s because all of the Islanders’ business is being done in the hopes of keeping their star, John Tavares, who is set to become an...
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By Tim Kenneally, provided by
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