Monday’s trade deadline passed without Lou Lamoriello making any further moves.
But the Islanders president and general manager declared himself "comfortable" with his two pre-deadline deals. Top-nine forwards Kyle Palmieri and Travis Zajac came from the Devils on Wednesday and depth defenseman Braydon Coburn was acquired from the Senators late Sunday.
"If there was something that would have made us better, we would have done it," Lamoriello said shortly after the 3 p.m. deadline. "We tried to pro-act and made some additions earlier."
The ex-Devils have already played three games for the Islanders, who next play on Thursday night in Boston and are tied with the Capitals for first place in the East Division.