Lou Lamoriello could be making move to one of the Devils' closest neighbors.
The former Devils president and general manager has been in talks with the New York Islanders about a job in the front office, according to a report from Sportsnet.
Can confirm the NY Islanders and Lou Lamoriello are now talking about a position within that organization.
Lamoriello was moved out of his role of general manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs on April 30 -- something that was planned after he left the Devils for the Leafs in 2015.
The plan was to move Lamoriello into a senior advisor role for the next four years following three years as Toronto's GM. The Maple Leafs named Kyle Dubas as the team's new general manager on Friday.
When Lamoriello was moved out of his GM role, he said his focus was on the Maple Leafs and serving out his contract.
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But with the Islanders, Lamoriello could move back into a role like the ones he held with the Leads and with the Devils from 1987 through 2015.
Garth Snow is currently the Islanders' president and general manager, and he has held those titles since 2006. But the Islanders missed the playoffs for a second straight season in 2017-18, and since Snow took over, the team has won just one playoff series.