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Working his way up with the Boston Bruins, he played only three games for them before being traded to the upstart St. Louis Blues. He played in three consecutive Stanley Cup finals and was traded to the New York Islanders in 1972. Lasting only 66 games, he was then traded to Philadelphia where he became a member of the infamous “Broad Street Bullies”. However, Crisp kept his PIMs to a minimum and concentrated on protecting Bernie Parent. After winning two Stanley Cups, he retired in 1977 and went into coaching. Leading the OHL’s Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds to several records, Crisp became the Calgary Flames’ head coach in 1988. After winning the Stanley Cup, he moved to coach the expansion Tampa Bay Lightning from 1992 to 1997. Crisp is now a TV analyst for the Nashville Predators.