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Islanders Award Winners Season 2 Preview - Bryan Trottier, Calder Trophy, 1976

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A short preview of the first episode of Islanders Award Winners Season 2. The Isles use a new rule to take a young and impressive Bryan Trottier in the 1974 NHL draft. After another stand out season in Juniors, the quiet farm boy from Saskatchewan makes the team and impresses everyone with his skills and poise. A new season of Islanders Award Winners is on its way in 2022. Listen to all of Season One at Lighthouse Hockey or in the podcast app of your choice. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

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