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Starting as a three-game call-up, Dick Duff became a regular in the Maple Leaf line-up in 1955. He remained a Leaf for the majority of 10 seasons, winning two Stanley Cups. He was traded with Rod Seiling and others to the Rangers for Andy Bathgate and Don McKenney; his time with New York was short and he was traded to Montreal the next season. Duff won a Stanley Cup in four out of five seasons with the Habs before being traded to Los Angeles and Buffalo. After retiring, Duff was an assistant coach with the Leafs and was even head coach for a couple of games during a bizarre 1979-80 season.