Legends of Hockey - Spotlight - Marcel Pronovost - Treasure Chest
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Three of Marcel Pronovost's hockey cards: (from left to right) a 1952-53 Parkhurst card, a 1966-67 Topps card, and a 1964-65 "Tall-Boys" Topps card.

From left to right: a press release announcing that Marcel Pronovost has signed a multi-year contract to coach the Buffalo Sabres, dated August 4, 1977; and a December 18, 1978 release announcing Pronovost has received blessing from the Sabres organization to coach the QMJHL's Hull Olympiques.

Two team engravings on the Stanley Cup. The significance? Marcel Pronovost appears on both of them even though they are 52 years apart - the longest span for an individual to be so honoured in the history of the trophy. On the left is the engraving of the 1949-50 Detroit Red Wings (Marcel's name appears as a player on the far right row,
fourth from the bottom); on the right is the engraving of the 2002-03 New Jersey Devils.
(Marcel's name appears as a scout on the fourth row, first from the left).

A stick signed by the 1965-66 Toronto Maple Leafs, including Pronovost (inset).
The next season, Marcel and teammates would claim the Stanley Cup.