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Bill Barber Bill Barber rep - was widely regarded as the decade's "dive specialist" for his uncanny ability to draw unwarranted penalties.
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Red Berenson Red Berenson started his career with Montreal in 1961-62, but made his mark during the 70's as a member of the St. Louis Blues and Detroit Red Wings. During that decade, "The Red Baron" appeared in four all-star games, served as captain for both organizations, and ranked 2nd on the Blues all-time list for goals and points at the time of his retirement in 1978.


Mike Bossy Mike Bossy stat - graduated from junior in 1977 as the all-time leading scorer in Canadian Major Junior League history with 309 goals.
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Johnny Bucyk Johnny Bucyk stat - in 1970-71, at the ripe-old age of 35, Bucyk became just the 5th player in NHL history to score 50 goals in a season.
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Wayne Cashman Wayne Cashman manned the left wing on the stellar Espo Line that dominated the first half of the 1970s. The gritty forward embodied the "Big, Bad Bruins" image and helped lead the team to two Stanley Cup Championships in 1970 and 1972. Cashman earned a berth on the Second All-Star Team in 1974 after notching career highs in goals (30) and points (89). He served as Bruin captain for six seasons before retiring in 1983. Gerry Cheevers Gerry Cheevers tidbit - was quite a horseman during the 1970s. In fact he owned a horse, Royal Ski, who was a rated contender for the 1977 Kentucky Derby until it fell ill.
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Shirley Cameron Shirley Cameron
was the first superstar of women's hockey of the modern era. She was a founding member of the Edmonton Chimos in 1972 and played at the highest level of competition for twenty years, playing in the first IIHF sanctioned Women's World Championships in 1990. With the Chimos, Cameron won 16 national championships.
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