Though he was in the twilight of his career, Gump Worsley had several strong seasons with the expansion Minnesota North Stars. He would share the crease with Cesare Maniago.
Cesare Maniago exemplified the need for expansion in 1967-68. Maniago was a star in the minor leagues for much of the 1960s, not only a top goaltender but the CHL MVP in 1965. But back in those Original Six days Cesare couldn't crack an NHL lineup. The few times he got called up to the NHL he backed up names like Jacques Plante, Ed Giacomin and Johnny Bower.
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