List of New York Islanders award winners

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New York Islanders awards
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Award Wins
Stanley Cup
4
Clarence S. Campbell Bowl
3
Prince of Wales Trophy
3
Art Ross Trophy
1
Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy
2
Calder Memorial Trophy
4
Conn Smythe Trophy
4
Frank J. Selke Trophy
1
Hart Memorial Trophy
1
Jack Adams Award
1
James Norris Memorial Trophy
3
King Clancy Memorial Trophy
2
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy
4
Lester Patrick Trophy
4
NHL Foundation Player Award
1
NHL Man of the Year Award *
1
Vezina Trophy
1
William M. Jennings Trophy
2
Total
Awards won 42

The New York Islanders are an American professional ice hockey team based in Uniondale, Long Island, New York. They are members of the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference in the National Hockey League (NHL). The Islanders arrived in Uniondale in 1972, and play their home games at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum.

The franchise, and its members, have won numerous team and individual awards and honors. The team won the Clarence S. Campbell Bowl trophy for having the best regular-season record in the Campbell Conference in 1978, 1979 and 1981.[1] Following league realignment in 1981, they then captured the Prince of Wales Trophy as the Wales Conference playoff champion consecutively from 1982 to 1984.[2] The Islanders won the Stanley Cup four consecutive years from 1980 to 1983.[3] Denis Potvin, Bryan Trottier and Mike Bossy have won at least four awards, with all three winning the Calder Memorial Trophy as rookie of the year in their first NHL seasons.[4] They also won other various awards, such as the Art Ross, James Norris Memorial and Lady Byng Memorial trophies.[5][6][7] All three players earned selections to the First and Second All-Star Teams numerous times. Mike Bossy played in seven All-Star Games, the most in Islanders history.[8]

Six players have had their numbers retired by the Islanders.[9] Of them, five players have been elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame: Denis Potvin, Bryan Trottier, Mike Bossy, Billy Smith and Clark Gillies. Other management personnel who have been inducted include Al Arbour, who coached the Islanders from 1972 to 1986 and 1988 to 1994, and Bill Torrey, who held the general manager position from 1972 to 1992.[10]

League awards

Team trophies

The New York Islanders have won the Prince of Wales Trophy and Clarence S. Campbell Bowl three times each and the Stanley Cup four consecutive times, from 1980 to 1983. The Islanders have never won the Presidents' Trophy which has been given to the team finishing the regular season with the best overall record based on points since the 1985–86 season.[11][12] Prior to the creation of the trophy the Islanders led the league in points three times for the 1978–79, 1980–81, and 1981–82 seasons.

Team trophies awarded to the New York Islanders[13]
Award Description Times won Seasons References
Stanley Cup NHL championship 4 1979–80, 1980–81, 1981–82, 1982–83 [3][14]
Clarence S. Campbell Bowl Campbell Conference regular season championship (1974–81) 3 1977–78, 1978–79, 1980–81 [1][15]
Prince of Wales Trophy Wales/Eastern Conference playoff championship (1981–present) 3 1981–82, 1982–83, 1983–84 [2][16]

Individual awards

Bryan Trottier, Denis Potvin and Mike Bossy have won four or five individual awards each. In 1978–79, Trottier led the NHL with 47 goals and 134 points, earning him the Art Ross Trophy and a spot on the NHL First All-Star Team.[5][8] Trottier also received the Hart Memorial Trophy for being the most valuable player during the 1978–79 regular season.[17] In the 1975–76, 1977–78, and 1978–79 regular seasons, Potvin was awarded the James Norris Memorial Trophy as the best defense player in the league.[6] Bossy is a three-time winner of the Lady Byng Memorial Trophy, an award given for gentlemanly conduct during the regular season.[7] All three have won the Calder Memorial Trophy once, and have been on the NHL First All-Star Team at least twice.[4] Trottier and Bossy have both won the Conn Smythe Trophy once, which is awarded to the most valuable player of the playoffs.[18]

Bryan Trottier won numerous awards as an Islander.
Michael Peca won the Frank J. Selke Trophy as NHL's top defensive forward in 2001–02.
Individual awards won by New York Islanders players and staff[13]
Award Description Winner Season References
Art Ross Trophy Regular season scoring champion Trottier, BryanBryan Trottier 1978–79 [5][19]
Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy Perseverance, sportsmanship, and dedication to hockey Westfall, EdEd Westfall 1976–77 [20][21]
Fitzpatrick, MarkMark Fitzpatrick 1991–92
Calder Memorial Trophy Rookie of the year Potvin, DenisDenis Potvin 1973–74 [4][22]
Trottier, BryanBryan Trottier 1975–76
Bossy, MikeMike Bossy 1977–78
Berard, BryanBryan Berard 1996–97
Conn Smythe Trophy Most valuable player of the playoffs Trottier, BryanBryan Trottier 1979–80 [18][23]
Goring, ButchButch Goring 1980–81
Bossy, MikeMike Bossy 1981–82
Smith, BillyBilly Smith 1982–83
Frank J. Selke Trophy Forward who best excels in the defensive aspect of the game Peca, MichaelMichael Peca 2001–02 [24][25]
Hart Memorial Trophy Most Valuable Player during the regular season Trottier, BryanBryan Trottier 1978–79 [17][26]
Jack Adams Award Top coach during the regular season Arbour, AlAl Arbour 1978–79 [27]
James Norris Memorial Trophy Top defenseman during the regular season Potvin, DenisDenis Potvin 1975–76 [6][28]
1977–78
1978–79
King Clancy Memorial Trophy Leadership qualities on and off the ice and humanitarian contributions within their community Trottier, BryanBryan Trottier 1988–89 [29][30]
Weight, DougDoug Weight 2010–11
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy Gentlemanly conduct Bossy, MikeMike Bossy 1982–83 [7][31]
1983–84
1985–86
Turgeon, PierrePierre Turgeon 1992–93
NHL Man of the Year Award Sportsmanship and involvement with charitable groups Trottier, BryanBryan Trottier 1987–88 [32]
Vezina Trophy Top goaltender Smith, BillyBilly Smith 1981–82 [33][34]
William M. Jennings Trophy Fewest goals given up in the regular season Melanson, RolandRoland Melanson 1982–83 [35][36]
Smith, BillyBilly Smith
NHL Foundation Player Award Community service Hamonic, TravisTravis Hamonic 2016–17 [37]

All-Stars

NHL First and Second Team All-Stars

The NHL First and Second Team All-Stars consists of the top players at each position as voted on by the Professional Hockey Writers' Association.[38]

New York Islanders selected to the NHL First and Second Team All-Stars[38][8]
Player Position Selections Season Team
Bossy, MikeMike Bossy Right Wing 7 1977–78 2nd
1978–79 2nd
1980–81 1st
1982–83 1st
1983–84 1st
1984–85 2nd
1985–86 1st
Gillies, ClarkClark Gillies Left Wing 2 1977–78 1st
1978–79 1st
Melanson, RolandRoland Melanson Goaltender 1 1982–83 2nd
Potvin, DenisDenis Potvin Defense 6 1974–75 1st
1975–76 1st
1976–77 2nd
1977–78 1st
1978–79 1st
1980–81 1st
Resch, GlennGlenn Resch Goaltender 2 1975–76 2nd
1978–79 2nd
Tavares, JohnJohn Tavares Center 1 2014–15 1st
Tonelli, JohnJohn Tonelli Left Wing 3 1981–82 2nd
1983–84 2nd
1984–85 2nd
Trottier, BryanBryan Trottier Center 4 1977–78 1st
1978–79 1st
1981–82 2nd
1983–84 2nd

NHL All-Rookie Team

The NHL All-Rookie Team consists of the top rookies at each position as voted on by the Professional Hockey Writers' Association.[39]

New York Islanders selected to the NHL All-Rookie Team[13][39]
Player Position Season
Berard, BryanBryan Berard Defense 1996–97
Grabner, MichaelMichael Grabner Forward 2010–11
Hunter, TrentTrent Hunter Forward 2003–04
Malakhov, VladimirVladimir Malakhov Defense 1992–93
Tavares, JohnJohn Tavares Forward 2009–10
Volek, DavidDavid Volek Forward 1988–89

All-Star Game selections

The National Hockey League All-Star Game is a mid-season exhibition game held annually between many of the top players of each season. Thirty-seven All-Star Games have been held since the Islanders entered the league in 1972, with at least one player chosen to represent the Islanders in each year except 2001 and 2011. The All-Star game has not been held in various years: 1979 and 1987 due to the 1979 Challenge Cup and Rendez-vous '87 series between the NHL and the Soviet national team, respectively, 1995, 2005, and 2013 as a result of labor stoppages, and 2006, 2010, and 2014 because of the Winter Olympic Games.[40] Denis Potvin played a franchise-high nine All-Star Games as a member of the Islanders. The Islanders have hosted one of the games. The 35th took place at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum.

Adrian Aucoin played in the 2004 game.
Mariusz Czerkawski played in the 2000 game.
  • Up-arrow All-Star Game Most Valuable Player[41]
New York Islanders players and coaches selected to the All-Star Game[13][42]
Game Year Name Position References
26th 1973 Westfall, EdEd Westfall Right Wing [43]
27th 1974 Potvin, DenisDenis Potvin Defense [44]
Westfall, EdEd Westfall Right Wing
28th 1975 Potvin, DenisDenis Potvin Defense [45]
Westfall, EdEd Westfall Right Wing
29th 1976 Harris, BillyBilly Harris Right Wing [46]
Potvin, DenisDenis Potvin Defense
Resch, GlennGlenn Resch Goaltender
Trottier, BryanBryan Trottier Center
30th 1977 Nystrom, BobBob Nystrom Right Wing [47]
Potvin, DenisDenis Potvin Defense
Resch, GlennGlenn Resch Goaltender
31st 1978 Bossy, MikeMike Bossy Right Wing [48]
Gillies, ClarkClark Gillies Left Wing
Potvin, DenisDenis Potvin Defense
Smith, BillyBilly SmithUp-arrow Goaltender
Trottier, BryanBryan Trottier Center
32nd 1980 Arbour, AlAl Arbour Coach [49]
Bossy, MikeMike Bossy Right Wing
Trottier, BryanBryan Trottier Center
33rd 1981 Bossy, MikeMike Bossy Right Wing [50]
Bourne, BobBob Bourne Center
Potvin, DenisDenis Potvin Defense
34th 1982 Arbour, AlAl Arbour Coach [51]
Bossy, MikeMike BossyUp-arrow Right Wing
Tonelli, JohnJohn Tonelli Left Wing
Trottier, BryanBryan Trottier Center
35th 1983 Arbour, AlAl Arbour Coach [52]
Bossy, MikeMike Bossy Right Wing
Langevin, DaveDave Langevin Defense
Potvin, DenisDenis Potvin Defense
Trottier, BryanBryan Trottier Center
36th 1984 Arbour, AlAl Arbour Coach [53]
Potvin, DenisDenis Potvin Defense
37th 1985 Arbour, AlAl Arbour Coach [54]
Bossy, MikeMike Bossy Right Wing
Sutter, BrentBrent Sutter Center
Tonelli, JohnJohn Tonelli Left Wing
Trottier, BryanBryan Trottier Center
38th 1986 Bossy, MikeMike Bossy Right Wing [55]
Trottier, BryanBryan Trottier Center
39th 1988 LaFontaine, PatPat LaFontaine Center [56]
Potvin, DenisDenis Potvin Defense
40th 1989 LaFontaine, PatPat LaFontaine Center [57]
41st 1990 LaFontaine, PatPat LaFontaine Center [58]
42nd 1991 LaFontaine, PatPat LaFontaine Center [59]
43rd 1992 Ferraro, RayRay Ferraro Left Wing [60]
44th 1993 Turgeon, PierrePierre Turgeon Center [61]
45th 1994 Turgeon, PierrePierre Turgeon Center [62]
46th 1996 Schneider, MathieuMathieu Schneider Defense [63]
47th 1997 Lachance, ScottScott Lachance Defense [64]
48th 1998 Palffy, ZigmundZigmund Palffy Right Wing [65]
49th 1999 Jonsson, KennyKenny Jonsson (Did not play) Defense [66]
50th 2000 Czerkawski, MariuszMariusz Czerkawski Right Wing [67]
51st 2001 No Islanders selected [68]
52nd 2002 Parrish, MarkMark Parrish Right Wing [69]
Yashin, AlexeiAlexei Yashin Center
53rd 2003 Hamrlik, RomanRoman Hamrlik Defense [70]
54th 2004 Aucoin, AdrianAdrian Aucoin Defense [71]
55th 2007 Blake, JasonJason Blake Left Wing [72]
56th 2008 DiPietro, RickRick DiPietro Goaltender [73]
57th 2009 Streit, MarkMark Streit Defense [74]
58th 2011 No Islanders selected [75]
59th 2012 Tavares, JohnJohn Tavares Center [76]
60th 2015 Halak, JaroslavJaroslav Halak Goaltender [77]
Tavares, JohnJohn Tavares Center
61st 2016 Tavares, JohnJohn Tavares Center [78]
62nd 2017 Tavares, JohnJohn Tavares Center [79]

All-Star Game replacement events

  • dagger Selected by fan vote[80]
New York Islanders players and coaches selected to All-Star Game replacement events
Event Year Name Position References
Challenge Cup 1979 Bossy, MikeMike Bossy Right Wing [81]
Gillies, ClarkClark Gillies Left Wing
Potvin, DenisDenis Potvin Defense
Trottier, BryanBryan Trottier Center
Rendez-vous '87 1987 Bossy, MikeMike Bossydagger (Did not play) Right Wing [82]

Career achievements

Hockey Hall of Fame

Several members of the Islanders organization have been honored by the Hockey Hall of Fame. Denis Potvin and Mike Bossy were the first Islander players inducted, gaining election in 1991. Potvin recorded 310 goals in 1060 games for the Islanders, and Bossy recorded 573 goals in 752 games. They were joined in 1993 by a fellow member of the 1980–83 Stanley Cup championship teams, Billy Smith. Smith spent 17 seasons with the Islanders, recording 305 wins and capturing the Vezina Trophy and the William M. Jennings Trophy once each. Bryan Trottier, elected in 1997, became the fourth former Islanders player to enter the Hall of Fame. Trottier played 15 seasons on Long Island and recorded 500 goals in 1123 games. In 2002, Clark Gillies became the fifth former Islander inducted into the Hall; Gillies was a member of the Islanders from 1974 to 1986.[10]

Two members of team management have been inducted in the "Builders" category. Former head coach Al Arbour gained election as a builder in 1996, having coached the Islanders to four Stanley Cup victories. Arbour coached 20 seasons with the Islanders from 1973 to 1986, and 1988–94, and his 740 wins in 1500 games are a team record. Bill Torrey was the Islanders' general manager from the organization's first year in 1972 to 1992. During that period, the Islanders qualified for the playoffs 14 consecutive times between 1974 and 1988, including an additional time in 1990. Torrey was inducted in 1995.[10]

New York Islanders inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame[13][83]
Individual Category Year inducted Years with Islanders in category References
Arbour, AlAl Arbour Builder 1996 1973–1986, 1988–1994, 2007 [84]
Bossy, MikeMike Bossy Player 1991 1977–1987 [85]
Gillies, ClarkClark Gillies Player 2002 1974–1986 [86]
LaFontaine, PatPat LaFontaine Player 2003 1984–1991 [87]
Potvin, DenisDenis Potvin Player 1991 1973–1988 [88]
Smith, BillyBilly Smith Player 1993 1972–1989 [89]
Torrey, BillBill Torrey Builder 1995 1972–1992 [90]
Trottier, BryanBryan Trottier Player 1997 1975–1990 [91]

Foster Hewitt Memorial Award

One member of the Islanders organization has been honored with the Foster Hewitt Memorial Award. The award is presented by the Hockey Hall of Fame to members of the radio and television industry who make outstanding contributions to their profession and the game of ice hockey during their broadcasting career.[92]

Members of the New York Islanders honored with the Foster Hewitt Memorial Award
Individual Year honored Years with Islanders as broadcaster
McDonald, JiggsJiggs McDonald 1990 1980–1995, 2006–2016

Lester Patrick Trophy

Four members of the Islanders organization have been honored with the Lester Patrick Trophy. The trophy has been presented by the National Hockey League and USA Hockey since 1966 to honor a recipient's contribution to ice hockey in the United States.[93] This list includes all personnel who have ever been employed by the New York Islanders in any capacity and have also received the Lester Patrick Trophy.

Members of the New York Islanders honored with the Lester Patrick Trophy
Individual Year honored Years with Islanders References
Arbour, AlAl Arbour 1992 1973–1986, 1988–1994, 2007 [94]
LaFontaine, PatPat LaFontaine 1997 1984–1991 [94]
Morrow, KenKen Morrow 1996 1980–1989 [94]
Torrey, BillBill Torrey 1983 1972–1992 [94]

United States Hockey Hall of Fame

Members of the New York Islanders inducted into the United States Hockey Hall of Fame
Individual Year inducted Years with Islanders References
Guerin, BillBill Guerin 2013 2007–2009 [95]
Janney, CraigCraig Janney 2016 1999 [96]
LaFontaine, PatPat LaFontaine 2003 1984–1992 [97]
Morrow, KenKen Morrow 1995 1980–1989 [98]
Schneider, MathieuMathieu Schneider 2015 1995–1996 [99]
Weight, DougDoug Weight 2013 2008–2011 [100]

Retired numbers

The Islanders' retired numbers raised at Nassau Coliseum

The New York Islanders have retired six numbers, which means that no player can use those jersey numbers again while part of the team. Of the six players whose numbers were retired, five have been inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame. In addition to the numbers, two additional banners are raised at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum. One of these is for Al Arbour, who was the Islanders head coach for 19 seasons. The number on Arbour's banner is 1500, which represents the number of games Arbour has coached. Another banner is for Bill Torrey, who was the general manager of the Islanders from 1972 to 1992. In place of a number, his banner features a bow tie (his unofficial trademark) and the words "The Architect".[9] Also out of circulation is the number 99 which was retired league-wide for Wayne Gretzky on February 6, 2000.[101] Gretzky did not play for the Islanders during his 20-year NHL career and no Islanders player had ever worn the number 99 prior to its retirement.[102][103]

New York Islanders retired numbers[104]
Number Player Position Years with Islanders as a player Date of retirement ceremony
5 Potvin, DenisDenis Potvin Defense 1973–1988 February 1, 1992
9 Gillies, ClarkClark Gillies Left Wing 1974–1986 December 7, 1996
19 Trottier, BryanBryan Trottier Center 1975–1990 October 20, 2001
22 Bossy, MikeMike Bossy Right Wing 1977–1987 March 3, 1992
23 Nystrom, BobBob Nystrom Right Wing 1973–1986 April 1, 1995
31 Smith, BillyBilly Smith Goaltender 1972–1989 February 20, 1993

New York Islanders Hall of Fame

The New York Islanders Hall of Fame was established in 2006.[105] Individuals who had their number retired or had a banner hanging from the rafters prior to 2006 gained automatic induction.[105]

Inducted into the New York Islanders Hall of Fame[13]
Individual Primary role Years with Islanders in role Date of induction ceremony References
Arbour, AlAl Arbour Head Coach 1973–1986, 1988–1994, 2007 January 25, 1997 [104]
Bossy, MikeMike Bossy Player 1977–1987 March 3, 1992 [104]
Bourne, BobBob Bourne Player 1974–1986 November 25, 2006 [105]
Flatley, PatrickPatrick Flatley Player 1984–1996 January 14, 2012 [106]
Gillies, ClarkClark Gillies Player 1974–1986 December 7, 1996 [104]
Jonsson, KennyKenny Jonsson Player 1996–2004 February 11, 2012 [107]
Morrow, KenKen Morrow Player 1980–1989 December 31, 2011 [108]
Nystrom, BobBob Nystrom Player 1973–1986 April 1, 1995 [104]
Potvin, DenisDenis Potvin Player 1973–1988 February 1, 1992 [104]
Smith, BillyBilly Smith Player 1972–1989 February 20, 1993 [104]
Torrey, BillBill Torrey Executive 1972–1992 January 13, 2001 [104]
Trottier, BryanBryan Trottier Player 1975–1990 October 20, 2001 [104]
Westfall, EdEd Westfall Player 1972–1979 November 19, 2011 [109]

Team awards

Bob Nystrom Award

The Bob Nystrom Award is an Islanders team award given each year to the player who "best exemplifies leadership, hustle and dedication."[13] It was first awarded in 1991, and is named after Islanders' Hall of Famer, Bob Nystrom.[110]

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External links

  • New York Islanders official website
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