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Drafted 6th overall in 1986 by the Toronto Maple Leafs, Vincent Damphousse would play 5 seasons with the Leafs before being part of a blockbuster trade in the 1991 offseason. The trade saw Damphousse dealt to the Edmonton Oilers along with Peter Ing, Luke Richardson, Scott Thornton, future considerations and cash in exchange for Glenn Anderson, Grant Fuhr and Craig Berube. After a single season with Edmonton, Damphousee was traded again, this time to his hometown Montreal Canadiens, with whom he won his only Stanley Cup in his first season as a Hab. Damphousse would play 7 seasons with the Canadiens, serving as team captain from 1996 until his trade to the San Jose Sharks halfway through the 1998/1999 season. After spending 5 full seasons with San Jose, Damphousse retired at the conclusion of the 2005 NHL lockout. Damphousse currently serves as a television analyst for RDS.