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Canadiens boasted 10 future Hall of Famers

Updated: November 17, 2004, 4:23 PM ET
The Hockey News

Somehow, the term "dynasty" in hockey has come to mean a club that has won the Stanley Cup at least three times in succession. It's a serviceable definition, although it eliminates from consideration the Canadiens of the 1960s and the Oilers of the 1980s, who both won the Cup four times in five years, and the Red Wings of the 1950s, which had seven consecutive first-place regular season finishes, and won the Cup four times in six years. They were all great, as were the Leafs of the late 1940s ...

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