The Islanders have extended one-year qualifying offers to restricted free agents Calvin de Haan, Adam Pelech, Christopher Gibson, and Connor Jones, the team announced Monday.
By extending qualifying offers to the above players, the Islanders retain negotiating rights.
De Haan, 26, had five goals and 20 assists in 82 games last season while earning $2.5 million.
Pelech, 22, had three goals and seven assists in 44 games last season while earning $832,500 during what was his second season in the league.
Jones, 26, made his NHL debut with the Islanders on April 2 after agreeing to a one-year, two-way deal in February.
Gibson, 24, played four games for the Islanders last season.