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Six players (number of seasons): Lafleur (6), Richer (2), M.Richard (1), Geoffrion (1), Shutt (1), Larouche (1).

Well done!

And, if I count the MN correctly, it's 48 to you.

(this time on our own. without Carolina's help ;) )

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Have the visions of 52 disappeared yet FL? :lol:

It sure did not stay long at 50.

MN Jeopardy 48

Before being traded by the Leafs this NHL winger led them to 3 Stanley Cups before he fell out of favour with Punch Imlach. He would end his career in Montreal winning 2 Stanley Cups in 3 years before jumping to the WHA Toronto Toros.

In what NHL season did he score exactly 48 goals?

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Have the visions of 52 disappeared yet FL? :lol:

It sure did not stay long at 50.

MN Jeopardy 48

Before being traded by the Leafs this NHL winger led them to 3 Stanley Cups before he fell out of favour with Punch Imlach. He would end his career in Montreal winning 2 Stanley Cups in 3 years before jumping to the WHA Toronto Toros.

In what NHL season did he score exactly 48 goals?

Who is the "Big 'M'" Frank Mahovlich... who scored 48 goals while playing for the Toronto Maple Leafs in 1960-61?
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MN JEOPARDY 48...

This former member of the "Big Three" was born in 1948 and played 14 seasons with Les Glorieux... in this best season as a Hab "D" he scored 76 pts in 77 games during the regular season, adding another 12 pts in the playoffs...

4th on the team in scoring right behind which other member of the "Big Three" that season?

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MN JEOPARDY 48...

This former member of the "Big Three" was born in 1948 and played 14 seasons with Les Glorieux... in this best season as a Hab "D" he scored 76 pts in 77 games during the regular season, adding another 12 pts in the playoffs...

4th on the team in scoring right behind which other member of the "Big Three" that season?

Who is Guy Lapointe during the 1976-77 season?

The other member of the "Big 3" behind whom he finished: who is Larry Robinson?

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Velly Chelly... and BTW the big three were the big two (Lapointe, Savard) before Robinson came on board.

You are it...

MN JEOAPDY 46!!!

This defensemen tallied 146 points in 452 regular season games during the 1940s and early 50s. He recorded 46 more assists than goals.

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