Mike Bossy, one of hockey’s most productive objective scorers and a star for the New York Islanders during their 1980s line, has kicked the bucket. He was 65.

It’s the third misfortune from that Islanders period this year after individual Hockey Hall of Famer Clark Gillies passed in January, and Jean Potvin kicked the bucket in March.

Bossy assisted the Islanders with winning the Stanley Cup from 1980 to 1983, winning the Conn Smythe Trophy as season finisher MVP in 1982.