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67. Adam Graves

A part of the Edmonton Oilers “Kid Line” (With Joe Murphy and Martin Gelinas), Adam Graves was part of the successful tonic that gave the Oilers their last Stanley Cup in 1990. It was, however, when Graves signed with the Rangers that he was removed from the checking line and was able to show what kind of sniper he could be. Graves was a vital cog in the Rangers Stanley Cup run of 1994 and was able to reach the elusive 50 goal plateau that season. Graves may have been known as one of hockey’s “Good Guys” as his efforts to giving back to the community are well documented. Although Graves was a reliable scorer, he likely lacked the overall points total to make the Hall.

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