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Jean Beliveau
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Hockey Player
    (August 31, 1931-December 2, 2014)
    Born in Trois-Rivières, Quebec, Canada
    Forward for the Montreal Canadiens (1950–71)
    Hart Trophy Winner (1956, 1964)
    Conn Smythe Trophy Winner (1965)
    Art Ross Trophy Winner (1956)
    His jersey number 4 was one that was traditionally reserved for defensemen.
    He originally had no interest in pursuing a professional hockey career until the Canadiens purchased his senior league team.
    He recorded a career high 143 penalty minutes (1955-56).
    Despite his credentials at the NHL level, he never cracked the 100 point plateau.
    His nickname was 'Le Gros Bill.'
    He was the longest serving captain in the history of the Montreal Canadiens.
    He was the first recipient of the Conn Smythe Trophy (1965).
    He ranks among the top three all time franchise leaders in both games played and offensive categories.
    He has his name engraved on the Stanley Cup seventeen times.
    He appeared in 14 All-Star Games during his career.

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