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One Team NHL Hockey Players

Can you name National Hockey League Players who spent their entire careers playing for one franchise?
Includes players who played for relocated teams such as the Quebec Nordiques relocation to Colorado
Quiz by regalragabash
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Last updated: March 2, 2020
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Years
Team
Answer
2007-
Blackhawks
Patrick Kane
2005-
Penguins
Sidney Crosby
2004-
Capitals
Alex Ovechkin
2001–2016
Red Wings
Pavel Datsyuk
2000-2018
Canucks
Henrik Sedin
2000-2018
Canucks
Daniel Sedin
1991-2015
Devils
Martin Brodeur
1991-2006
Red Wings
Nick Lidstrom
1988-2009
Nordiques/Avalanche
Joe Sakic
1984-1997; 2000-2006
Penguins
Mario Lemieux
1983-2006
Red Wings
Steve Yzerman
Years
Team
Answer
1977-1987
Islanders
Mike Bossy
1970-1987
Sabres
Gilbert Perreault
1969-1989
Flyers
Bobby Clarke
1962-1974
Canadiens
Jacques Laperriere
1960-1978
Rangers
Rod Gilbert
1958-1980
Blackhawks
Stan Mikita
1950-1971
Canadiens
Jean Beliveau
1942-1960
Canadiens
Maurice Richard
1942-1957
Maple Leafs
Ted Kennedy
1936-1942;1945-1955
Bruins
Mitt Schmidt
1936-1944; 1945-1948
Rangers
Brian Hextall
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Mar 7, 2021
Martin Brodeur did not spend his entire career with New Jersey. He spent his last season with the St. Louis Blues. If you're including Patrick Kane, why did you leave off Jonathan Toews? He was drafted the year before Kane by the Black Hawks and has played 1 year longer than Kane for the same team. I'm assume you did it on purpose, but your list is

nowhere near the full list of players that only played with 1 team. Off the top of my head some notable names missing are George Armstrong (Leafs), Ken Daneyko (Devils), Jacques Lemaire (Canadiens), Shane Doan (Jets/Coyotes), Milan Hejduk (Avalanche).