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Ken Dryden


1947 Born August 8 in Islington, Ontario
1964 Drafted by the Boston Bruins with the fourteenth pick in the amateur draft; enters Cornell University
1967 Backstops Cornell to the Division I title
1969 Graduates from Cornell University with BA in history; plays for Team Canada in the World Championships
1970 Signs with the Montreal Canadiens; plays for the Montreal Voyageurs; begins attending law school at McGill University
1971 Called up by the Montreal Canadiens to play in playoffs, winning first Stanley Cup
1973 Graduates from McGill University Law School
1973-74 Sits out the season to complete the requirements for his law degree
1976-79 Wins the Vezina Trophy and Stanley Cup each year
1979 Retires from professional hockey as a player
1983 Elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame
1997 Returns to hockey as the president of the Toronto Maple Leafs

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