After a busy first day on Friday, NHL free agency activity definitely calmed down this weekend for the New York Islanders. Long Island's hockey team has made no changes since Friday afternoon, but a few holes were patched with the few moves the team did make to kick off the free agency period.Going into Year 5, Tavares is still looking for a RW.Probably the most significant move for the 2013-14 New York Islanders, Garth Snow added former Minnesota Wild forward Pierre-Marc Bouchard to the roster. Bouchard, who has appeared in the second most games in Wild's history, projects to be next season's temporary fix alongside John Tavares on the team's first line.Bouchard's contract is set for only one season, similar to that of Brad Boyes' last year. His addition to John Tavares' wing...

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