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Jacques Laperriere

Jacques Laperriere
Another key part of the Montreal Canadians dynasty of the 60’s, Jacques Laperriere brought a stable presence on the Habs blue line. He was a player who rarely made mistakes and was able to position himself perfectly to stifle attackers and strip them of the puck. He was not a goal scorer, but had respectable assist totals and was the ignition for many counter attacks. Laperriere won the Norris Trophy in 1966 and was a post season All Star four times. Most importantly, he hoisted the Stanley Cup over his head five times as a player and was a big reason those squads were able to do so.

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Country of Origin:
Rouyn, Quebec, Canada

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Played for:
Montreal Canadians

Major Accolades and Awards:
Norris Trophy (1) (1966)
Calder Trophy (1) (1964)
First Team All Star (2) (1965 & 1966)
Second Team All Star (2) (1964 & 1970)
All Star Games (5) (1964, 1965, 1967, 1968 & 1970)
Stanley Cup Rings (7) (As a Player) (Montreal Canadians 1965, 1968, 1969, 1971 & 1973) (As an Assistant Coach) (Montreal Canadians 1986 & 1993)

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