Although the League would eventually fold, Patrick’s mind for the game made him an asset. He would go on to coach the New York Rangers and lead them to a pair of Cups, the first of which saw him take the net himself at the age of 44 in Game 2 when his regular goalie (Lorne Chabot) suffered an eye injury. New York went on to win the game. Lester Patrick would also win a Stanley Cup as the General Manager of the Rangers. Patrick’s overall body of work is almost worthy of his own wing in Toronto.