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Steve Shutt was chosen fourth overall by Montreal in 1972. He won the Stanley Cup in his rookie season and then scored 30 goals the next season playing with Peter Mahovlich and Guy Lafleur. In 1976, he had 45 goals and won the first of four consecutive Cups, bringing Shutt’s total to five. The next year, Shutt played with Lafleur and Jacques Lemaire. They were so offensively dominant that the Habs established the best ever single season record of 60-8-12. Shutt led the league with 60 goals. He was traded to Los Angeles in 1984 and recorded 41 points in 59 games. However, Shutt had enough and retired. He has worked as a hockey commentator and coach and is currently active on the NHL alumni circuit.