Newsday's Arthur Staple counts down the 10 best players to put on the skates for the New York Islanders.

2. BRYAN TROTTIER | Center, 1975-90
Inducted into Hall of Fame in 1997, Trottier came to the team as a feisty little 19-year-old and left as the all-time leader in games, assists and points. He may not have been the captain or the big-time goal scorer, but he was the most consistent player on the championship teams and was still a point-per-game player into his 30s.

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