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Flashback to June 21st, 1997 at the NHL Entry Draft. An Islander team a few years removed from a great upset of the Pittsburgh Penguins spent its time in the basement of the NHL, with only 70 points on the season. The Islanders had received the Toronto Maple Leaf’s first round draft pick in a [...]
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