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Andy Bathgate

Andy Bathgate

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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.

Frank Boucher

Frank Boucher

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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.

Rod Gilbert

Rod Gilbert

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SPORT: Hockey TEAM: Rangers POSITION: Right wing INDUCTED: 1982 CAREER: 1960-1978 IN NY: 1960-1978 Gilbert had 406 goals and 615 assists in 18 seasons with the Rangers. He was a first-team All-Star for the 1971-72 season and won the Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy in 1976.

Bryan Hextall

Bryan Hextall

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SPORT: Hockey TEAM: Rangers POSITION: Right wing INDUCTED: 1969 CAREER: 1936-1948 IN NY: 1936-1948 Hextall had 187 goals and 175 assists in 11 seasons with the Rangers. He led the NHL with 24 goals during the 1939-40 season, 26 goals during the 1940-41 season and 56 points during the 1941-42 season. A three-time first-team All-Star, Hextall won a Stanley Cup with the Rangers in 1940.