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05-12-2005, 09:40 PM
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Quite a few greats already mentioned...I would add Borje Salming.

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LW

Player -- Finals
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Bentley Doug -- 1
Kariya Paul -- 1
Goulet Michel -- 1
Naslund Markus -- 0
Martin Rick -- 1
Tkachuk Keith -- 0
Propp Brian -- 5
Prentice Dean -- 1
Hull Dennis -- 3
Simmer Charlie -- 0
Thomas Steve -- 1


"C"

Player -- Finals
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Dionne Marcel -- 0
Oates Adam -- 2
Ullman Norm -- 5
Ratelle Jean -- 3
Lindros Eric -- 1
Perreault Gil -- 1
Hawerchuk Dale -- 1
Sundin Mats -- 0
Roenick Jeremy -- 1
Stastny Peter -- 0
Turgeon Pierre -- 0
Lafontaine Pat -- 1
Sittler Darryl -- 0
Nicholls Bernie -- 0

RW

Player -- Finals
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Selanne Teemu -- 0
Bure Pavel -- 1
Iginla Jarome -- 1
Gilbert Rod -- 1
Middleton Rick -- 3
Mosienko Bill -- 1
Gartner Mike -- 0
Neely Cam -- 2
Bondra Peter -- 1
Ciccarelli Dino -- 2
Taylor Dave -- 1
Amonte Tony -- 0

"DEF"

Player -- Finals
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Park Brad -- 3
Gadsby Bill -- 3
Howe Mark -- 3
Salming Borje -- 0
Pronger Chris -- 0
Quackenbush Bill -- 4
Wilson Doug -- 0
Housley Phil -- 1
Mohns Doug -- 3
Howell Harry -- 0
Carlyle Randy -- 0
Stapleton Pat -- 2
White Bill -- 2
Hatcher Kevin -- 0
Gonchar Sergei -- 1
Wesley Glen -- 3
Babych Dave -- 1

"G"

Player -- Finals
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Giacomin Ed -- 1
Liut Mike -- 0
Peeters Pete -- 1
Rayner Chuck -- 1
Hextall Ron -- 2
Worters Roy -- 0
Crozier Roger -- 3
Vanbiesbrouck John -- 1

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Andy Bathgate was on the 64 Leafs. IN the 60's they always mentionned Bill Gadsby as a great player who never won a Cup.

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Quite a few greats already mentioned...I would add Borje Salming.
Hawerchuk
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Phil Housely - not sure if he won or not
Did Pat Lafontaine win one with the Islanders?

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05-13-2005, 09:16 AM
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Andy Bathgate was on the 64 Leafs. IN the 60's they always mentionned Bill Gadsby as a great player who never won a Cup.
Seems I should have read p2 before posting. Oh well.

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LW

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Propp Brian -- 5
I believe that Propp has more playoff points than any left wing in history.

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05-13-2005, 01:07 PM
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Andy Bathgate was on the 64 Leafs. IN the 60's they always mentionned Bill Gadsby as a great player who never won a Cup.
Gadsby was a great defensemen and probably one of the most underrated
players of all time(along with Bathgate).I'd say Gadsby deserves to be up there with Park and Dionne.But you guys would probably be disappointed with me
if I didn't say the greatest player not to win a Stanley Cup is .....................
.....................SIDNEY CROSBY.

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Wasn't he with Montreal in '69

Yeah, I believe he wound up riding the pine, but his name's on the Cup, so technically, he's won one.

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Hawerchuk
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Phil Housely - not sure if he won or not
Did Pat Lafontaine win one with the Islanders?
I believe that he was on the '83 cup team that beat Edmonton.

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I believe that he was on the '83 cup team that beat Edmonton.
Nope he's cupless. He started in 83-84. The Isles last cup came in 82-83.

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Yeah, I believe he wound up riding the pine, but his name's on the Cup, so technically, he's won one.
I think he played in a playoff game in '69 IIRC. I think he was back-up for Vachon(?) with Worsely injured and played about a period.

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I think he played in a playoff game in '69 IIRC. I think he was back-up for Vachon(?) with Worsely injured and played about a period.
This is interesting, since according to Total Hockey (1st edition) he didn't, but still he is listed in the NHL official guide & record book as having won the cup 1969.

Did he dress though and was that enough for a goalie to get his name on the cup at that time. Considering that in the above mentioned book (page 139), regarding Stanley Cup eligibility rules, says that prior to 76/77 season only players who played in the playoffs were eligible.

Does anybody know/remember whether there was an exemption in his case?

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Glad to see I'm not the only one confused about this. He is listed on the HHOF site as having played 13 games in the regular season but has nothing for playoffs that year. Ditto IHDB.

According to those eligibility rules he hasn't won a Cup.

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