Legends of Hockey - Spotlight - Jacques Lemaire - Treasure Chest
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Montreal Canadiens jersey worn by Jacques Lemaire (circa late 1960s). Lemaire collected two of his eight Stanley Cup rings in the 1960's.

The Montreal Canadiens 1978-79 Stanley Cup engraving. Lemaire scored the Cup-winning goal that year versus the Rangers, and thereby became one of only five players to have scored two Stanley Cup winning goals (he also scored the '79 Cup winner).

Les Canadiens (October 25, 1975), the official magazine of the Montreal Canadiens features Lemaire on the cover in action versus the Los Angeles Kings.

Two of Lemaire's hockey cards: (from left to right) a 1967-68 Topps rookie card and a 1974-75 O-Pee-Chee card depicting Lemaire as a member of the Buffalo Sabres. Although he never played for the Sabres, there were strong speculations that he would be dealt to the club and a card was subsequently made.

(Top) Stick used by Lemaire in 1976-77 to score his 300th career NHL goal, accomplished as a member of the Montreal Canadiens. (Bottom) Lemaire used this stick to register point number 315 for his forward line in 1977-78. With the point, linemates Lemaire, Steve Shutt and Guy Lafleur broke the single season record for most points registered by one line.