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Mickey Redmond cracked Montreal’s all-star line-up in 1967. He won two Stanley Cups with them in 1968 and 1969 before he was traded to Detroit for Frank Mahovlich. Although he was slowed by injuries in1971-72, he rebounded the next season and joined Alex Delvecchio to become the first Detroit Red Wings in team history to top the 50-goal mark. The next season, he scored 51! However, a bad back limited his abilities the following two seasons, causing him to retire in 1976. Since his retirement, Redmond has done colour commentary for Hockey Night in Canada and Detroit Red Wings games.