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Lamoriello of Islanders joins 'Executive Suite' podcast

Talks move from Maple Leafs, time he was almost on 'The Sopranos' in fourth episode @NHLdotcom

Lou Lamoriello sits down with host Deb Placey for the fourth episode of the "NHL Executive Suite" available now on and multiple iOS and Android podcast Apps.

Among the topics discussed by Lamoriello, who is in his first season as New York Islanders president of hockey operations, are his move from the Toronto Maple Leafs, his time playing and managing in the Cape Cod Baseball League, being recruited to run the New Jersey Devils and the time he was almost an extra on "The Sopranos."

Lamoriello, 76, spent 28 seasons as president and general manager of the Devils, winning the Stanley Cup three times (1995, 2000, 2003) and reaching the Stanley Cup Final on two other occasions (2001, 2012). He was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2009.

He left the Devils to become GM of the Maple Leafs in 2015, helping Toronto reach the Stanley Cup Playoffs in two of his three seasons.

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Fans can also tune in to "NHL Fantasy On Ice," a twice-weekly podcast dedicated to the fantasy hockey world. Full episodes, posted every Tuesday and Friday, also can be found at 

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