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11-07-2003, 12:00 PM
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The Islanders are playing well. They will very likely need to examine a weakness here or there as the long season unfolds, and potentially look to move to address it.

Right now, they have absolutely no reason whatsoever to make any moves. None. They are winning, and they have re-enforcements of forwards coming back from injury nearer-term (Scatchard, Blake, Weinhandl). Peca and Parrish, despite their unexciting offensive numbers to date, remain very important parts of this team's success, in-their-prime vets whose value (importance) to the team will increase significantly the later the season moves on and into the playoffs (hopefully).

Why in the world would they be looking to move either one at this point?

No offense, but would be beneficial to consider all aspects of a deal (i.e., the other team's situation) before proposing it. No "shaking up" is required on Long Island. In fact, the exact opposite.

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