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Al Arbour

Al Arbour

AP

SPORT: Hockey TEAM: Islanders POSITION: Coach INDUCTED: 1996 CAREER: 1970-1986, 1988-1994, 2007 IN NY: 1973-1986, 1988-1994, 2007 Arbour went 1,607-782-577 in 23 seasons with the Islanders and Blues. In 20 seasons with the Islanders, Arbour coached 1,500 games with a .601 winning percentage. He led the Islanders to four consecutive Stanley Cups from 1980-1983 and a conference championship in 1984.

Andy Bathgate

Andy Bathgate

AP

SPORT: Hockey TEAM: Rangers POSITION: Right wing INDUCTED: 1978 CAREER: 1952-1975 IN NY: 1952-1964 Bathgate had 349 goals and 624 assists in 17 seasons with the Rangers, Maple Leafs, Red Wings and Penguins. A two-time All-Star with the Rangers, Bathgate won the Hart Memorial Trophy in 1959 with New York but won his only championship with the Maple Leafs in 1964.

Mike Bossy

Mike Bossy

AP

SPORT: Hockey TEAM: Islanders POSITION: Right wing INDUCTED: 1991 CAREER: 1977-1987 IN NY: 1977-1987 A five-time first-team All-Star, Bossy won the Calder Memorial Trophy in 1978, the Conn Smythe Trophy in 1982 and the Lady Byng Memorial Trophy in 1983, 1984 and 1986. He won four consecutive Stanley Cups with the Islanders from 1980 to 1983 and he ranks 20th all-time with 573 goals. Bossy led the NHL with 69 goals in 1978-79 and 68 goals in 1980-81, and led the league with 10 game-winning goals in 1980-81 and nine game-winners in 1985-86. He had 1,126 points in 10 seasons and 160 points in 129 playoff games.

Frank Boucher

Frank Boucher

AP

SPORT: Hockey TEAM: Rangers POSITION: Center INDUCTED: 1958 CAREER: 1921-1944 IN NY: 1926-1944 Boucher had 160 goals and 263 assists in 14 seasons with the Senators and Rangers. He led the league in assists three times and won a Stanley Cup with the Rangers in 1928 and 1933. A three-time first-team All-Star, Boucher won seven Lady Byng Memorial trophies in eight seasons and was the runner-up in 1932. He scored 16 goals and had 20 assists in 55 playoff games.

Neil Colville

Neil Colville

New York Rangers

SPORT: Hockey TEAM: Rangers POSITION: Center INDUCTED: 1967 CAREER: 1935-1949 IN NY: 1935-1949 Colville had 99 goals and 166 assists in 12 seasons with the Rangers. A three-time second-team All-Star, he won a Stanley Cup with the Rangers in 1940.

Bill Cook

Bill Cook

AP

SPORT: Hockey TEAM: Rangers POSITION: Right wing INDUCTED: 1952 CAREER: 1926-1937 IN NY: 1926-1937 Cook had 229 goals and 138 assists in 11 seasons with the Rangers. He led the NHL in goals three times and points twice. A three-time first-team All-Star, Cook won championships with the Rangers in 1928 and 1933.

Art Coulter

Art Coulter

New York Rangers

SPORT: Hockey TEAM: Rangers POSITION: Defenseman INDUCTED: 1974 CAREER: 1931-1942 IN NY: 1935-1942 Coulter had 30 goals and 82 assists in 11 seasons with the Blackhawks and Rangers. A four-time second-team All-Star, Coulter won a Stanley Cup with Chicago in 1934 and with New York in 1940.

Emile Francis

Emile Francis

AP

SPORT: Hockey TEAM: Rangers POSITION: Coach, General manager INDUCTED: 1982 CAREER: 1965-1983 IN NY: 1965-1975 Francis went 342-209-103 in 13 seasons with the Rangers and Blues. His teams made the playoffs 11 times, going 34-41 overall. Francis was the Rangers coach when they lost the 1972 Stanley Cup finals to the Bruins in six games.

Bill Gadsby

Bill Gadsby

AP

SPORT: Hockey TEAM: Rangers POSITION: Defenseman INDUCTED: 1970 CAREER: 1946-1966 IN NY: 1954-1961 Gadsby had 130 goals and 438 assists in 20 seasons with the Blackhawks, Rangers and Red Wings. He was a three-time first-team All-Star and four-time second-team All-Star. Gadsby had four goals and 23 assists in 67 playoff games.

Ed Giacomin

Ed Giacomin

AP

SPORT: Hockey TEAM: Rangers POSITION: Goalie INDUCTED: 1987 CAREER: 1965-1978 IN NY: 1965-1976 Giacomin went 289-209-96 with a 2.82 GAA in 13 seasons with the Rangers and Red Wings. He led the league in wins for three consecutive seasons from 1966-1969 and led the NHL in shutouts three times. A two-time first-team All-Star, Giacomin won the Vezina Trophy in 1971. He’s ranked 21st all-time with 54 shutouts.