Islanders Award Winners
A series of audio documentaries highlighting a different Islander who won a major NHL award and the various twists and turns of his road to that season’s trophy.
Lighthouse Hockey’s second series of audio documentaries begins with a rookie season for the ages for an instant No. 1 center. At just 19 when the season began, Bryan Trottier would finish his first season with record numbers and helped the Islanders establish themselves as one of the best NHL teams of the mid-70’s.
A whole new season of Islanders-focused audio documentaries are on their way in 2022.
Our series of audio documentaries ends its first season with a look at the first Norris Trophy win for the Hall of Fame defenseman. At just 22-years old, Denis Potvin made history while enduring slumps, injuries, being benched, being booed by his own fans and pissing off a team of All Stars.
Islanders Award Winners: Mike Bossy & Pierre Turgeon, Lady Byng Memorial Trophy, 1983, ‘84, ‘86 & ‘93
Our series of audio documentaries looks at two gentlemanly Islanders and their career-long fights against on-ice violence.
Our series of audio documentaries looks at a Rookie of the Year that gave Islanders fans hope in a time of crisis.
Our series of audio documentaries looks at the Islanders’ irascible netminder, who finally reached the pinnacle of the position after a decade in the NHL.
The next in our series of audio documentaries. Peca’s knack for clutch goals, big hits and leadership helped the Islanders to their best season since the Dynasty years, and made him the first Islander to win the Selke Trophy as the NHL’s best defensive forward.
In this documentary podcast, the soft-spoken center enjoys the best individual season in team history and claims his place among the NHL’s elite.
In this premiere episode of a new series of audio documentaries, we examine the first Islander to win a major NHL award and one of the most important players in the franchise’s history.