(October 31, 1887-November 21, 1970)
Born in Cornwall, Ontario, Canada
Birth name was Edouard Charles Lalonde
Played for the Montreal Canadiens (1909-11,1912-22), Vancouver Millionaires (1911-12), Saskatoon Crescents (1922-24), Saskatoon Sheikhs (1924-26), New York Americans (1926-27) and Quebec Beavers (1927-28)
Head coach for the New York Americans (1926-27), Ottawa Senators (1929-31) and Montreal Canadiens (1932-35)
Played lacrosse for Montreal (1905-12), Toronto (1912) and Vancouver (1912-17)
Inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame (1950) and Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame (1965)
Why he might be annoying
He played only six games in 1915, holding out for a higher salary the rest of the season.
He was notorious for stick battles with other players.
After he was traded by the Canadiens to Saskatoon for Aurel Joliat, he retaliated by delivering a crosscheck to Joliat's face during their teams' next meeting.
As a coach, he punched out one of his own players as a warning to the rest of the team that he wouldn't take any back talk.
Why he might not be annoying
He won the scoring title in the Ontario Professional Hockey League with 29 goals in just nine games (1907).
He scored the Canadiens' first ever goal (January 5, 1910).
In 1950, he was named athlete of the half-century in lacrosse.
He lit the torch at the opening of the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame (1955).
Credit: C. Fishel
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Year In Review:
In 2016, Out of 7 Votes: 28.57% Annoying
In 2015, Out of 5 Votes: 60.0% Annoying
In 2014, Out of 12 Votes: 58.33% Annoying
In 2013, Out of 13 Votes: 61.54% Annoying
In 2012, Out of 11 Votes: 72.73% Annoying
In 2011, Out of 16 Votes: 56.25% Annoying
In 2010, Out of 124 Votes: 59.68% Annoying
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