Sports Former first-rounder Josh Ho-Sang keeping in shape while waiting for trade

17:35  24 october  2019
17:35  24 october  2019 Source:   prohockeyrumors.com

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Josh Ho - Sang will not start the season with the Islanders. The outspoken former first - round pick was put on waivers with the intention of reassigning him to AHL Bridgeport, another Ho - Sang , the No. 28 pick in the 2014 draft, has tantalizing skill, but has been plagued by inconsistency and maturity issues.

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Josh Ho-Sang continues to wait for some sort of resolution to his situation as he continues to be away from the Islanders AHL affiliate in Bridgeport in the hopes of securing a trade. While there has been no movement on this front over the past three weeks, TSN’s Darren Dreger notes (Twitter link) that GM Lou Lamoriello is still working to find him a new home. In the meantime, the 2014 first-rounder continues to skate on his own to try to stay in game shape.

Ho-Sang was a productive scorer in junior but it has yet to translate to the professional level and he wound up clearing waivers at the end of training camp. At this point, a swap of players that need a change of scenery – similar to the recent Chicago-Florida swap – seems like the eventual outcome, although Ho-Sang may have to report to the minors to show the acquiring team that he’s in playing shape.

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Ho - Sang eventually reported to Bridgeport and later the Islanders bizarrely assigned the 23-year-old February 2020 – Shortly after the trade deadline, the Isles assigned the headstrong RW to an AHL Ho - Sang scored in his début with the San Antonio Rampage and was named the AHL game’s first star.

Insider Trading : Return to Play daily schedule taking shape . Pronger leaves Panthers organization. Hadwin on target in first round in Detroit. New York Islanders general manager Lou Lamoriello said Thursday forward Josh Ho - Sang has requested a trade through his agent. Ho - Sang was placed on, and subsequently cleared, waivers earlier this week after failing to crack the team's 23-man roster.

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