New York Islanders Top Ten All-Stars in History
Bryan Trottier played 15 seasons for the New York Islanders before leaving for the Pittsburgh Penguins as a free agent back in 1991.
In those 15 seasons, Trottier played 1123 games for the Blue and Orange and amassed 1353 points. He appeared in the All-Star game seven different times. He won the Calder (75-76), the Clancy (88-89), the Hart (78-79), the Art Ross (78-79), and the Conn Smythe (79-80). Clearly deserving the Hall of Fame honors he received back in 1997.
Some will remember him for offensive prowess on the ice, while others might remember him as being the guy that gave the double bird (look it up).
Trottier did it all and seemingly won it all, including another two cups as part of the Mario Lemieux/Jaromir Jagr led Pittsburgh Penguins of the 90’s.