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A fast skater with a big body (6’2, 225 pounds), Stephane Richer was a feared player throughout his 17 year NHL career. In addition to his skating abilities, he was also known to have an extremely hard and fast slap shot, which was feared by many goaltenders throughout the NHL. During the 1987/88 season, Richer became the first Hab to score 50 goals in a season since Guy Lafleur. The 1989/90 season was a career year for Richer, as he notched 51 goals, added 40 assists, totaling 91 points through 75 games. Richer won 2 Stanley Cups during his career, in 1986 with the Canadiens and 1995 with the New Jersey Devils. Richer would also play with the Tampa Bay Lightning, St. Louis Blues, Pittsburgh Penguins, and enjoy second stints with both the Canadiens and Devils before retiring in the summer of 2002.