The Islanders’ five-season stay at Barclays Center will be remembered for bad ice, bad sightlines and bad crowds, but it featured some good moments, too. The Post’s Mollie Walker takes a look at the top five:

5. Mat Trick

Dec. 23, 2017

Islanders 5, Jets 2

The 2017-18 season might’ve been a dud for the Islanders, who finished 11th in the Eastern Conference, but it did see the emergence of rookie Mathew Barzal as one of the most dynamic playmakers in the NHL. Barzal was having an above-average rookie season up until that matinee game, but his first career hat trick sent the 18-year-old center on his way to the Calder Trophy, awarded to the league’s top rookie.

4. Power Islanders

Feb. 9, 2018

Islanders 7, Red Wings 6

Eight goals in a game is a lot. Eight in one period? That’s something to behold. The Islanders trailed 5-2 with 6:33 let in regulation when Detroit’s Tyler Bertuzzi was assessed a match penalty for a two-handed slash of Cal Clutterbuck. On the ensuing five-minute power play, Barzal and Anders Lee struck 54 seconds apart before Nick Leddy tied the game at 5. Still on the same man-advantage, Josh Bailey gave the Islanders a 6-5 lead. The Wings’ Mike Green tied the game with 29 seconds to go before Brock Nelson won it in overtime.

3. Yes! Yes! Yes!

Oct. 16, 2016

Islanders 3, Ducks 2 (OT)

With high expectations after the Islanders advanced in the playoffs for the first time in 23 years the previous season, the 2016-17 home opener in Brooklyn was electric. The Islanders blew a 2-0 lead in the third period as the Ducks forced overtime, but Bailey proved to be the hero, scoring after stickhandling through the Ducks defense. Afterward, as the winners congregated at center ice to salute the fans, WWE star Daniel Bryan, led his signature “Yes! Yes! Yes!” chant on the Jumbotron.

2. Up to the challenge

April 17, 2016

Eastern Conference first round Game 3

Islanders 4, Panthers 3 (OT)

The Panthers looked as if they were going to put a damper on the Islanders’ first playoff at Barclays Center after almost going up 3-0 late in the second period on a goal by Aaron Ekblad. But coach Jack Capuano called for one of the most important challenges in Islanders history and the play was deemed offsides. It was still 2-0, but the arena erupted. Then Ryan Pulock hit a lethal one-timer that beat Roberto Luongo stick side on a five-on-three power play. Goals from Shane Prince and Frans Nielsen knotted the game at 3 before Thomas Hickey’s OT goal gave the Islanders a 2-1 series lead.

John Tavares slips the puck into the open net to tie the Islanders’ 2016 Stanley Cup playoff game against the Panthers.Paul J. Bereswill

1. Johnward & upward!

April 24, 2016

Eastern Conference first round Game 6

Islanders 2, Panthers 1 (OT)

Entering with a 3-2 series advantage over Florida, a win would’ve given the Islanders their first playoff series victory since 1993. You could hear how deprived Islanders fans were from the reverberating cheers around the arena. Down a goal with goalie Thomas Greiss pulled for an extra attacker, Matt Martin upended Panthers center Vincent Trocheck, who was in a dangerous position to shoot. It was one of the more controversial no-calls of that year’s playoffs, and it allowed John Tavares to tie the game at 1 with 54 seconds to go. The longtime captain struck again 10:41 into the second overtime to end the drought.