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Islanders sign three players to one-year contracts

UNIONDALE, N.Y. - The New York Islanders have signed goaltender Scott Munroe, winger Jeremy Reich and defenceman Brett Westgarth to one-year contracts.

Munroe, an undrafted goalie, has been in the Philadelphia Flyers' organization for the past four seasons. He led the Phantoms to the Calder Cup Playoffs in each of the past two seasons, and had a save percentage of .926 with four shutouts last year.

Reich has played in a total of 99 NHL games, scoring two goals and four assists with the Boston Bruins' organization. Last season for Providence, he had a career-high 21 goals and 13 assists.

Westgarth played last year for the Worcester Sharks, an affiliate of the San Jose Sharks.



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