The Islanders have agreed to terms with defensemen Seth Helgeson and Kane Lafranchise on one-year, two way deals.
Helgeson, 26, will make $650,000 in the NHL and $250,000 in the AHL, with $275,000 being guaranteed, according to Newsday's Arthur Staple. He had one goal and a plus-two rating with the Devils last season. He has four points and 50 penalty minutes in 50 career NHL games.
A fourth-round pick by the Devils in 2009, Helgeson has 38 career points in 218 AHL games.
Lafranchise tallied five goals and 16 assists with the Bridgeport Sound Tigers last season. In 171 AHL games, he has recorded 59 points.