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Rogie Vachon started as a back-up to Gump Worsley in Montreal in 1966 but ended up playing the majority of the games. Even though the Habs lost in the finals to Toronto, Vachon earned a starting spot. The next season the team won the Stanley Cup, repeating the feat in 1969. When Worsley left the next season, Vachon was the sole starter. He won one more Cup and then was traded to Los Angeles the next year. He helped the Kings achieve some respectability and is arguably the Kings most popular player behind No. 99. He played for Canada in every single Canada Cup game in 1976 and won Canada’s MVP. After stints in Detroit and Boston, he retired in 1982. He also served as interim head coach of the Kings on three separate occasions. He currently serves as a Royal Ambassador for the Kings organization.