Garth Snow no lock to stick with Milbury's players

New York Islander Fan Central | 2/21/2009 01:21:00 PM |
Don't be shocked to see Garth Snow move more of his former teammates.

Campoli was a talented young player but this was not Snow's drafted player. When the general manager signed Hillen a year ago it was a sign sooner or later something had to give with so many defenders locked up beyond one year.

I can absolutely see one of Bergenheim, Comeau, Nielsen or Tambellini moved before or after the trade deadline. Garth Snow has to get his roster bigger with more finishers/physical players and has far too many of the same kind of talent even if they are younger players with upside.

Snow has had time to look at these players at this level and decide where he wants to go if the right trade comes along. Not saying any one player absolutely be traded but with Campoli's trade it's obvious this gm will move young players to give another an opportunity.

These players also all have something else in common, they were all drafted or brought here by Mike Milbury.

That ticking clock also extends to Jeremy Colliton in Bridgeport and a player Snow traded for in Ben Walter.

General managers like to build their own talent pool. He also just traded a player he signed/resigned in Comrie so there are no rules.

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