Matt Moulson and the New York Islanders haven’t had any talks regarding a contract extension for the left winger, according to Newsday’s Arthur Staple.

Moulson is entering the final year of his contract, but the 29-year old told Staples a new deal isn’t on his radar. “Thats what I pay my agent for. I’m going to try to help this team win games and make sure my mind’s on that,” Moulson said. Moulson has had a bit of a coming-out party over the past two seasons, scoring 51 goals and 113 points while skating on the Isles’ top line with John Tavares. Even if they haven’t started talks yet, we’d be surprised if the Isles didn’t at least have some sort of conversation fairly soon.

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