Sven Tumba Sven "Tumba" Johansson's was a long and successful career. He scored 84 goals in 97 international matches for his native Tre Kronor team in the late '50s and '60s, tieing for most points in 1963 and '64 and being named best forward at the 1962 World Championships for Sweden.
Ken Wharram One of the more under-rated forwards of the '60s, Wharram was part of Chicago's famed Scooter Line with Doug Mohns and Stan Mikita. He had seven consecutive 20+ goal seasons, including a high of 39 in '63-'64. That same year he was awarded the Lady Byng Trophy and earned a berth to his first of two First All-Star Teams. Wharram's career tragically ended after he suffered a heart attack in 1969.
Urpo Ylonen Finland's finest goalie, Ylonen played from 1963 to '75 with the national team until he was 40, almost never missing a game for his country during that period. In total, Ylonen participated in three Olympics and 10 World Championships, and earned best goaltender honours in 1970.