The fact Cummy Burton isn't a play on the name Burton Cummings makes it even more of an oddity. The latter was born in 1947, the former in 1936, and Cummy didn't start playing junior hockey until 1952.
They were named independently of one another. The latter is a Canadian music icon. The former was born first.
Ya the double Z man himself, maybe only topped by Per Djoos.
My personal favorite though is Larry Goodenough who after his initial 97 game first 2 seasons (97-11-43-54 plus 57)in Philly fell back to earth and simply wasn't "Goodenough" to last in the league than any other "Larry"
Over the rest of his career he was 145-11-34-45 minus 20.
Zarley Zalapski-I thinkthat name has been in his family for years
Saku Koivu-great name
Tony Twist-sounds like a fighter\
Sheldon Kannegiesser- Couldn't pronounce it in the 70s , still cant
Gerry Dornhoffer- another name from my childhood
Pete Laframboise-Berry Berry cool name