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Trottier, Bryan
New York Islanders

BRYAN TROTTIER was voted into the Hockey Hall of Fame to commemorate an extraordinary 18-year career in which he scored 524 goals and 901 assists for 1425 points in 1279 games. He was a member of four consecutive Stanley Cup winning teams with the Islanders between the 1979 and 1982 seasons, and added back-to-back Cups in 1990 and 1991 while playing for the Pittsburgh Penguins. BRYAN TROTTIER was a First Team All-Star twice, and was named to the Second All-Star Team twice as well. He won the Art Ross Trophy as scoring leader in 1978-79, the same year he was awarded the Hart Trophy as the league's most valuable player. At the conclusion of the 1979-80 playoffs, TROTTIER was selected as the Conn Smythe Trophy winner as most valuable player in the playoffs. In 1989, BRYAN won the King Clancy Trophy for his leadership on and off the ice. But this incredible career started in 1975-76, when BRYAN TROTTIER scored 32 goals and 63 assists for 95 points in his rookie season. Born July 17, 1956 in Val Marie Saskatchewan, BRYAN TROTTIER began his brilliant NHL career winning the CALDER TROPHY, defeating Chico Resch of the Islanders.

Trottier, Bryan