(October 31, 1933- )
Born in Lachine, Quebec, Canada
Birth name is Philippe Joseph Georges Goyette
Center for the Montreal Canadiens (1956-1963), New York Rangers (1963-1969, 1972) St. Louis Blues (1969-1970) and the Buffalo Sabres (1970-1972)
Four-time NHL All-Star (1957-1959, 1961)
Won the Lady Byng Trophy (1970)
Stanley Cup Champion (1957-1960)
Head coach for the New York Islanders (1972-1973)
Why he might be annoying
He has two middle names.
He had nicknames such as 'Thin Man' and 'The Professor.'
He got into several injuries during the 1962-1963 season.
He didn't deal with himself of being traded from Montreal to the Rangers until the time he posted great numbers in his first stint with them.
His coaching career was a disaster.
He enjoys playing golf in his spare time.
Why he might not be annoying
He shot left-handed.
He was a very clean player.
He was with the Canadiens at the time they were a powerhouse during the early years of his NHL playing career.
During his only season with the Blues, he recorded a 19.1 shooting percentage.
He was part of the inaugural Sabres team.
He was at #59 on the Rangers' all-time list in the book '100 Ranger Greats' as a result of his great numbers with the team (2009).
He was the original Islanders head coach.
Credit: Neo NX2004
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