New-York Historical Society's Bill Shannon Dictionary of New York Sports

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Edgar Laprade

Edgar Laprade (Hockey. Born, Mine Center, Ont., Oct. 10, 1919.) Noted for his exceptional puck-handling skills, Edgar Louis Laprade was a center for the Rangers during his entire eight-year N.H.L. career (1945-53). Adept at setting up teammates for scoring chances and an excellent penalty killer, Laprade won the Calder Trophy (1945-46) as the top rookie […]

Denis Potvin

Denis Potvin (Hockey.  Born, Ottawa, Ontario, Oct. 29, 1953.)  Thought by some to be the best all-around defenseman ever to play in the National Hockey League, Denis Potvin was the backbone of the New York Islanders teams that won four straight Stanley Cups from 1980 through 1983.  Potvin was the first draft choice overall in […]

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