Vic Lynn died on Monday.
Vic Lynn is the only player in NHL history to skate for all of the Original Six teams. Lynn played one game for the New York Rangers in 1943. He was picked up by the Detroit Red Wings and played just three games. He played another two with the Montreal Canadiens in 1945 before joining the Toronto Maple Leafs in 1946. Lynn won three Stanley Cups over five seasons in Toronto. Lynn would also go on to play a few dozen games with both the Boston Bruins and the Chicago Blackhawks as well.
All that being said, the three time Stanley Cup champion is probably best remembered as a member of the Leafs, and for his long running feud with Rocket Richard.
Here's my full Vic Lynn profile.