Report: Isles willing to listen to trade offers for Leddy

Oct 8, 2018; Brooklyn, NY, USA; New York Islanders defenseman Nick Leddy (2) skates with the puck across the blue line defended by San Jose Sharks left wing Marcus Sorensen (20) during the second period at Barclays Center. Mandatory Credit: Dennis Schneidler-USA TODAY Sports
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The Islanders are willing to listen to offers for defenseman Nick Leddy, according to report from David Pagnotta.

Indicating that nothing was imminent, Pagnotta tweeted that there were some teams that had him on their radar and that new Isles general manager Lou Lamoriello was willing to listen to offers. Leddy has been a member of the Islanders since he was acquired in 2014 along with fellow defenseman Johnny Boychuk.

Leddy had been a key piece of the Islanders’ defense since he was acquired, but struggled last season. Despite a strong start to the season, the defenseman was a -42 plus-minus and struggled on the defensive end of the ice.

Through the first seven games Leddy has yet to record a point.

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