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Guy Lafleur (HHOF ’88) — the Flower — had a 17-year NHL career spanning two decades, from 1971 until 1991. He spent the first 14 years with the Montreal Canadiens, followed by a three-year retirement, and then he came back to skate with the New York Rangers for one season and the Quebec Nordiques for two. He was the first NHL player to score 50+ goals and 100+ in six consecutive seasons, winning the Art Ross trophy three times, the Hart Trophy twice and the Conn Smythe once. He has the highest career points and assists of any Hab and is second in Canadiens goals only to Maurice Richard. As well, he reached 1000 points in 720 games, the fastest in NHL history. He won the Stanley Cup five times with Montreal five times, the city that retired his number 10 in 1984.