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Isles great Denis Potvin speaks with GLI ahead of his ‘Bobblehead Night’ at UBS Arena

Denis Potvin became the first Islander to have his number retired when his No. 5 was raised to the rafters at Nassau Coliseum on Feb. 1, 1992. As the Islanders celebrate their 50th anniversary this season, the team has planned a lot of special nights, including a series of bobblehead giveaways honoring all of the players who have had their number retired.
ELMONT, NY
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New York Post

‘Up In The Blue Seats’ Podcast Episode 65: What Do Rangers Do With Georgiev? feat. Denis Potvin

Game-winning goals with .7 seconds left on the clock are quite rare…and from a defenseman. It almost never happens. Well, this Rangers team continues finding new ways to win after that thriller on Sunday night thanks to Ryan Lindgren. While the team is cruising along in the victory column at 11-4-3, they still have a big question mark when it comes to the backup goalie spot. What do they do with Alexandar Georgiev?
ARIZONA STATE
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Newsday

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.
MINNESOTA STATE
Newsday

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.