Really? Linden 109, Smyl 8? What a joke.
Part of this is age (many are too young to even know much about Steamer) but, also, Trevor was very "accessible" and people got to know him off the ice as well as on. He became one of our own - like family. He was always interacting in public and made himself available for appearances.
Personally, I took my young son to a card signing where there were so many in line that an announcement was made for everyone to keep their "visit" to 10-30 seconds - a quick autograph/picture, then move on. My son could barely see over the table and I was videotaping the event. Trev pushed back in his chair, came around from behind the table, plunked my son on his knee and chatted for a minute or so with him (without being asked to). Had a HUGE impact on my son.
So he really reached the public in that way. Steamer was incredible in his own right, but Trevor will always be "it" for me. There are other examples of him going above/beyond with my family as well, so I just appreciate how he represented the team away from the rink.
I also will always refer to the picture of Kirk & Trev post game in remembering how Trevor left it all on the ice. That picture speaks a thousand words.