Many of today's superstars of the professional sports world complain about a lack of privacy. The demands on their time because they are famous and worshipped by millions is probably the worst aspect of the life of a pro athlete.
Rarely does a superstar slip through the cracks of prestige and recognition as inconspicuously as Marcel Dionne.
Dionne finished his career ranked as the third highest scorer of all time with 731 goals, 1040 assists and 1771 points in 1348 games. Only Wayne Gretzky and Gordie Howe amassed more impressive totals at the time.
In fact, of all the greats to grace the ice, Dionne ranks as the highest scoring French Canadian of all time. Not Guy Lafleur or Rocket Richard or Jean Beliveau or Mario Lemieux. Marcel Dionne outscored them all.
Yet when fans endlessly debate who is the greatest player of all time, Marcel's name hardly ever gets as much as a whisper.
Here's the full Marcel Dionne biography.