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Players who had more Cup winning seasons than non Cup winning seasons

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06-02-2005, 04:55 PM
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Players who had more Cup winning seasons than non Cup winning seasons

Off the top of my head here is my list:

Jean Beliveau - 18 seasons 10 Cups
Henri Richard - 20 seasons 11 Cups (record)
Jacques Lemaire - 12 seasons 8 Cups
Yvan Cournoyer - 15 seasons 10 Cups
Bill Barilko - 5 seasons 4 Cups (then got in a plane crash)
Ken Dryden - seasons 6 Cups
Serge Savard - 16 seasons and 8 Cups


Off the top of my head that is all I can think of. But try to prove me wrong. An honourale mention goes to Steve Shutt with 12 seasons and 5 Cups, just missing the cut.

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I got one!

Billy Carroll, journeyman center on NYI (3 Cups) and Edmonton (1) in seven NHL seasons.

http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/players.../00000842.html

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Dryden had something like six Cups in eight seasons, no? Wow!

(And what was the deal again with his sabbatical in the 1973-74 season? Did he go back to School at McGill or was he really "retiring" for good at the time? Memory slips me.)

All the guys on that list, with one exception (Barilko), were Canadiens. Telling.


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Off the top of my head here is my list:

Bill Barilko - 5 seasons 4 Cups (then got in a plane crash)
From what I understand, the last goal he ever scored won the Leafs the Cup. Didn't win another
'til 1962 - the year he was discovered.

I forget who told me that.

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I got one!

Billy Carroll, journeyman center on NYI (3 Cups) and Edmonton (1) in seven NHL seasons.

http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/players.../00000842.html

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Dryden had something like six Cups in eight seasons, no? Wow!

(And what was the deal again with his sabbatical in the 1973-74 season? Did he go back to School at McGill or was he really "retiring" for good at the time? Memory slips me.)

All the guys on that list, with one exception (Barilko), were Canadiens. Telling.
He was articling at a Toronto law firm as I recall. The common story is that it was a salary dispute, and unlike most of today's GMs, Pollock stood firm. His system was that you earned you payday after several years as an elite player. Not a playoff series and one season. Pollock knew if he gave in to Dryden then Lafleur, Savard, Robinson and Shutt would all be on his doorstep next. How far apart the two sides were we'll never know because neither gentlemen has ever spoken about the feud. Both simply say it was an honest difference of opinion and leave it at that.

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How about Edmonton's Jaroslav Pouzar? 3 Cups in 4 NHL seasons 1982-83 (did not win) but did in 1984, 1985 and 1987. No NHL games in 1985-86.

http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/p....php3?pid=4364

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Dr. Randy Gregg 1982-83 to 1991-92 is 5 of 10. He could even be 5 of 9 if you overlook his 1982 cameo appearance.

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Anders Kallur
Bill Nyrop
Murray Wilson
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One of the toughest players to ever play in the NHL, John Ferguson, 8 seasons, 5 Cups

Edit: Jiri Hrdina, 5 seasons, 3 Cups

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whatya know... most of those guys played for the habs

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I think Afanasenkov was still a rookie with Tampa last year wasn't he? I guess he'd better retire while he's on top

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From what I understand, the last goal he ever scored won the Leafs the Cup. Didn't win another
'til 1962 - the year he was discovered.

I forget who told me that.
The Tragically Hip?

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From what I understand, the last goal he ever scored won the Leafs the Cup. Didn't win another
'til 1962 - the year he was discovered.

I forget who told me that.
I told you. I stole it from a hockey card.

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The Tragically Hip?
lol, yeah, pretty much word for word

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Players who had more Cup winning seasons than non Cup winning seasons
(Seasons >1)

Player Name -- Seasons -- Cups
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Mackell Jack -- 2 -- 2
Mccreedy Johnny -- 2 -- 2
Barilko Bill -- 5 -- 4
Boesch Garth -- 4 -- 3
Dryden Ken -- 8 -- 6
Nyrop Bill -- 4 -- 3
Pouzar Jaroslav -- 4 -- 3
Broden Connie -- 3 -- 2
Gerard Eddie -- 6 -- 4
Kallur Anders -- 6 -- 4
Lemaire Jacques -- 12 -- 8
Rivers Gus -- 3 -- 2
Cournoyer Yvan -- 16 -- 10
Ferguson John -- 8 -- 5
Metz Don -- 8 -- 5
Turner Bob -- 8 -- 5
Hrdina Jiri -- 5 -- 3
Provost Claude -- 15 -- 9
Carroll Billy -- 7 -- 4
Wilson Murray -- 7 -- 4
Richard Henri -- 20 -- 11
Allen Keith -- 2 -- 1
Beliveau Jean -- 20 -- 10
Black Stephen -- 2 -- 1
Bruce Morley -- 4 -- 2
Brule Steve -- 2 -- 1
Cameron Billy -- 2 -- 1
Cibak Martin -- 2 -- 1
Crawford Rusty -- 2 -- 1
Darragh Jack -- 6 -- 3
Dube Gilles -- 2 -- 1
Gray Alex -- 2 -- 1
Gregg Randy -- 10 -- 5
Hebert Sammy -- 2 -- 1
Johnstone Ross -- 2 -- 1
Kitchen Hobie -- 2 -- 1
Langevin Dave -- 8 -- 4
Laperriere Jacques -- 12 -- 6
Mackie Howie -- 2 -- 1
Majeau Fern -- 2 -- 1
Marks Jack -- 2 -- 1
Mccool Frank -- 2 -- 1
Mcmanus Sammy -- 2 -- 1
Meeker Howie -- 8 -- 4
Merrill Horace -- 2 -- 1
O'Neill Tom -- 2 -- 1
Patrick Lester -- 2 -- 1
Pettinger Gord -- 8 -- 4
Pronovost Claude -- 2 -- 1
Robertson Fred -- 2 -- 1
Rupp Michael -- 2 -- 1
Samis Phil -- 2 -- 1
Schock Danny -- 2 -- 1
Scott Laurie -- 2 -- 1
Smith Stan -- 2 -- 1

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