Dean Prentice A feisty left winger, Prentice registered ten 20+ goal seasons during his remarkable 22-year career. His best year came in 1959-60 when he tallied 32 goals and 34 assists and was named to the Second All-Star Team. Prentice retired in 1974 after playing 1,378 games, career totals that were topped by only Gordie Howe, Alex Delvecchio, and Tim Horton at the time.
Marcel Pronovost Tidbit: Pronovost played through the 1961 playoffs with a cracked ankle, which he would remove from a cast to lace up. Complete Honoured Member Bio.
Claude Provost In his 15-year career with Montreal, the stocky right-winger played five complete seasons and missed only 46 games overall. Provost appeared in 11 All-Star Games and scored a career-high 33 goals in '61-'62. Despite his offensive talents, Provost was often called upon to shadow the opposition's top snipers. His battles with Chicago's Bobby Hull are legendary.
Alexander Ragulin A five-time all-star team member of the Soviet blueline in international competition, Ragulin was the core of the CCCP team that dominated the 1960s. He won nine consecutive World Championships in the 1960s and into the '70s, being named best defenceman in both 1966 and '67.