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The 5 Biggest Deadline Trades in New York Islanders History

Looking back at the five biggest NHL Trade Deadline deals in New York Islanders history, from Butch Goring to Ryan Smyth to Kirk Muller in between.

Best in Class: The New York Islanders Dynasty

Wanna talk class? The New York Islanders dynasty is second to none.

This day in history - May 21, 1981: Butch Goring takes the Conn Smythe as the Islanders win their...

This day in history - May 21, 1981: Butch Goring takes the Conn Smythe as the Islanders win their 2nd Stanley Cup, four games to one over Minnesota. (IslandersArmy-posted video) Another angle on the win: Sports Illustrated, with quotes from "good old country Butchie's" mother.

The New York Islanders win their second consecutive Stanley Cup, defeating the upstart Minnesota...

The New York Islanders win their second consecutive Stanley Cup, defeating the upstart Minnesota North Stars. Bedlam ensues. Butch Goring wins the Conn Smythe. (Per usual, the YouTube comments are filled with insight from single-cell organisms.)

Islanders of Yesteryear: Butch Goring

Editors' Note: I started these as FanPosts, but I think to include video and archive them in a proper section, I will need to duplicate them as main-thread stories. Please pardon the inconvenience...

Splinters: Habs harumph, retro-Twittering, Hempstead, recalling Jets in Finland

Some Friday links from New York Islanders blogs and beyond at Lighthouse Hockey.

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Islanders of Yesteryear: Butch Goring

A look back at Butch Goring, a great two-way center whose acquisition from the Los Angeles Kings helped complete the New York Islanders' dynasty.

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