NHL Hall of Popularity goaltender who earned four Stanley Glass Championships using the Montreal Canadiens between 1965 and 1969. He received the Vezina Trophy for the league’s best goaltender in 1966 and 1968. He earned the Calder Trophy because the NHL’s First year of the entire year, and he achieved it playing for the most severe team within the group. He was known for his wry laughter; asked about which group gave him probably the most difficulty being a goalie, he called his own–the NY Rangers. He was raised in Montreal, Canada. He retired behind just Terry Sawchuck and Glenn Hall in amount of games played.