The 28 greatest Canadians to star in the NHL

[post_page_title]Bobby Orr[/post_page_title]
Bobby Orr is simply a legend. Orr is credited with revolutionizing the defenseman position, he won two Stanley Cups, was an eight-time Norris Trophy winner, three-time Hart Trophy winner, two-time Art Ross winner and two-time Conn Smythe winner. Add to that the Calder Trophy and the Pearson Award, and “The Goal.” In 1970-71, a season in which he tallied 102 assists and 37 goals, his plus/minus was 124 (!!). He did all of that of that with bad knees. Orr retired early, at only 30 years old. Can you imagine what he would have done in our era with better medicine?

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