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Denis Potvin sees Zach Parise as a valuable piece for Islanders

J.P. Parise was 34 when the Minnesota North Stars, believing their former All-Star’s best days were behind him, traded him to the Islanders in 1975. But Hall of Famer Denis Potvin can vouch for how valuable Parise was to the team over parts of the four seasons he played on Long Island.
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Islanders greats Denis Potvin and Bryan Trottier featured in limited-edition NFT set

Hall of Famers Denis Potvin and Bryan Trottier had adjoining dressing room stalls at Nassau Coliseum for the 13 seasons they shared as Islanders teammates. Trottier would occasionally sing, only to be kiddingly told by Potvin he was no crooner. Yet Potvin would also praise his friend, frequently telling the other Islanders he wanted to go on the ice with Trottier.
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Islanders legend Denis Potvin stoked for team’s new home

The Islanders are nearing the completion of their new home at UBS Arena, and one of the team’s icons couldn’t help but contain his excitement. Denis Potvin, the franchise’s captain during the dynasty years and a Hockey Hall of Famer, was a guest on the Talking Isles podcast when he was asked about the building as the next chapter for the organization.
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Talkin' Isles: Denis Potvin

The captain of the Islanders dynasty joins Cory and Greg on episode 8 of the podcast. Subscribe to Talkin' Isles on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or Simplecast. Episodes to drop every second Wednesday. Past episodes can be found here. Greg and Cory are joined by the captain of the Islanders dynasty...
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Like Islanders fans, Denis Potvin couldn't resist watch party at Nassau Coliseum

Denis Potvin was in town anyway, the plan having been for him to attend Games 3, 4 and 6 of the semifinal series between the Islanders and Tampa Bay Lightning at Nassau Coliseum. So when the Islanders called and told him they’d be hosting a watch party for Game 5 at the Old Barn, of course he showed up.
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