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Ken Dryden      

Canadian Politician and a member of the Hockey Hall of Fame

Ken Dryden was elected rookie of the year and later became the first goalie in the NHL to get the Conn Smythe Trophy and then the Calder Trophy. The next year, Dryden was firmly established as the Montreal Canadiens' top goaltender and at the end of the season was awarded another prize, the Vezina Trophy, as the league's best goalie.

But after winning three individual prizes and two Stanley Cups in three incomplete seasons in the NHL, Dryden suddenly declared that his career was over at age 26..

Ken Dryden is perhaps one of the brightest lights in the modern world of hockey, and that is why in 1997 he was invited by the Toronto Maple Leafs to help rebuild the team.

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Thirty Years Later, Ken Dryden Updates 'The Game' - NYTimes.com

Ken Dryden's 1983 meditation on his life with the dynastic Montreal ... When he played, the custom of allowing N.H.L. championship players to spend a day with  ...

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