Islanders agree to terms with Pulock on 2-year deal
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The New York Islanders agreed to terms with blue-liner Ryan Pulock on a two-year contract Tuesday, the team announced.

Pulock is coming off a solid season for the Isles in which he registered career-high totals in goals (10), assists (22), and points (32). He also racked up 184 shots on net and finished fourth on the team in hits with 113.

The Dauphin, Manitoba native was selected by the Islanders in the first round (15th overall) of the 2013 NHL Draft. He has 36 points across 84 career NHL regular-season games.

Islanders agree to terms with Pulock on 2-year deal
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