Head coach Al Arbour poses with the New York Islanders, his family and team alumni after defeating the Pittsburgh Penguins during their game on November 3, 2007 at Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale, New York. Arbour signed a one game contract allowing him to coach his 1,500th game for the team.The Isles defeated the Pens 3-2. (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)

As we celebrate in Islanders history, the calendar will be updated each day with a new photo of the day.

91-99 Al Arbour, Bob Stewart, Jack Egers, Don Lever, Reg Leach, Dennis O'Brien, Peter Mahovlich, Kings Leaders, Gerry Meehan

91-99 Al Arbour, Bob Stewart, Jack Egers, Don Lever, Reg Leach, Dennis O'Brien, Peter Mahovlich, Kings Leaders, Gerry Meehan

172-180 Bill Sutherland, Dick Cherry, Jim Roberts, Noel Picard, Barclay Plager, Frank St. Marseille, Al Arbour, Tim Ecclestone, Jacques Plante

172-180 Bill Sutherland, Dick Cherry, Jim Roberts, Noel Picard, Barclay Plager, Frank St. Marseille, Al Arbour, Tim Ecclestone, Jacques Plante

Al Arbour Surrounded By A Wall Of White Jerseys In 1982:  #14 Bob Bourne, #23 Bob Nystrom, #7 Stefan Persson, #5 Captain Denis Potvin and #1 Roland Melanson.

Al Arbour Surrounded By A Wall Of White Jerseys In Bob Bourne, Bob Nystrom, Stefan Persson, Captain Denis Potvin and Roland Melanson.

New York Islanders Head Coach Al Arbour Waves To Fans As He Leaves The Ice With His Wife Claire After Returning To The Islanders To Coach His 1500th Hockey Game, Against The Pittsburgh Penguins. -YahooSports

New York Islanders Head Coach Al Arbour Waves To Fans As He Leaves The Ice With His Wife Claire After Returning To The Islanders To Coach His Hockey Game, Against The Pittsburgh Penguins.

Sad Day For Hockey and Islanders Fans: Al Arbour Passes Away

Former Head Coach Al Arbour behind the bench. Arbour coached games for the Islanders and led the team to four consecutive Stanley Cup Victories from Arbour entered the Hockey Hall of Fame in

Islanders Head Coach Al Arbour, Celebrates The Team's Fourth-Straight #StanleyCup Win At Nassau Coliseum In May 1983. -Newsday

Isles' Cup dynasty leader Al Arbour dies

Al Arbour, New York Islanders

Islanders legends to celebrate Arbour's legacy

Al Arbour, who coached Isles to four Stanley Cup titles, dies at 82

Isles icon, Hall of Fame coach Arbour dies at 82

Al Albour - Our Leader

Learn more about the storied history of the four-time Stanley Cup-winning New York Islanders

Remembering Al Arbour: With The Mastermind Of The Dynasty Years - GM Bill Torrey #LGI #StrongIsland

Remembering Al Arbour: With The Mastermind Of The Dynasty Years - GM Bill Torrey

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