Legends of Hockey - Time Capsule - the 60s - Great Players: Kon-May
Viktor Konovalenko The Soviet goalie who anchored all those World Championships teams in the 1960s, Konovalenko was first predecessor to and later coach of the great Tretiak. In all, he won two Olympic gold medals (in 1964 and '68) and eight successive World titles with the team.
Jacques Laperriere Tidbit: Laperriere won the Calder Trophy as the league's top rookie in 1964, edging out teammate John Ferguson. Complete Honoured Member Bio
Bruce MacGregor A solid and reliable two-way player, MacGregor played all of the '60s with Detroit before moving to the Rangers and finishing his career in the WHA with the Edmonton Oilers. The centre was nicknamed the "Redheaded Rocket" for his hair colour and his speed. MacGregor set career highs in 1966-67 with 28 goals and 47 points.
Frank Mahovlich Statline: Despite scoring 533 career goals, the Big M never scored 50 goals in a season, coming closest in '68-'69 when he scored 49 with Detroit. Complete Honoured Member Bio.
Seth Martin As backup to Glenn Hall in St. Louis, Martin is not a familiar name, but he has played more games internationally for Canada than any other goalie (27). He won a gold medal at the 1961 World Championships and a bronze medal at the 1964 Olympics, and was named top goaltender at both competitions.
Boris Mayorov Team captain Mayorov was key to six world championships for the Soviet Union in the 1960s, leading the tournament in scoring in '61 when he was named the tournament's best forward. He won the gold at both the '64 and '68 Olympics and played on a line with Yevgeny Mayorov and Vyacheslav Starshinov.