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Playing almost all of his 13+ seasons with the New York Islanders, Patrick Flatley was a hard-working scorer and checker. After winning the NCAA championship with Wisconsin, he was chosen by Long Island but served time with the Canadian National team, winning the bronze in the Sarajevo Olympics (1984). He returned just in time to help the Islanders make a fifth run at the Stanley Cup. After 12 seasons, he signed with the New York Rangers and retired after one season. Flatley is currently Director of Alumni Relations for the NHL Alumni Board of Directors and is chair of the BreakAway Program.