Legends of Hockey - Time Capsule - the 60s - Great Players: Gia-Hod
Ed Giacomin Statline: From 1966 to 1970 Giacomin played 274 of 280 regular season games for the Rangers, winning 30 games each of those four seasons. Complete Honoured Member Bio.
Rod Gilbert Statline: A lifetime Ranger, Gilbert had an assist in his first career game of 1,065 with the Blueshirts, finishing with 1,021 points. In the 1960s, the right-winger averaged more than 20 goals and 60 points a season. Complete Honoured Member Bio.
Glenn Hall Statline: He was called Mr. Goalie for good reason, appearing in 502 straight games from the start of '55-'56 until November 7, 1962 when a bad back forced him out of a game in the first period. Complete Honoured Member Bio.
Doug Harvey Tidbit: Harvey is the only defenceman to win the Norris Trophy for two different teams in consecutive years (Montreal in 1960, Rangers in '61). Complete Honoured Member Bio.
Camille Henry "the Eel" was a slick and smooth playmaker who earned both the Lady Byng Trophy and a selection to the Second All-Star Team in 1958. Only 5'9", Henry was one of many players who retired prior to 1967 expansion before being lured back to the game after the league went to 12 teams. Twice the unheralded Ranger scored 30 or more goals, including a personal-high 37 in '62-'63.
Charlie Hodge Although a lesser-known goalie, he is one of the few players to be a part of two distinct dynasties, the late '50s and late '60s Habs teams that won five and four Stanley Cups respectively. He won two Vezina Trophies and earned berths to two Second All-Star teams during the 1960s. Twice Hodge was selected in Expansion Drafts, Oakland in '67 and Vancouver in '70.