#82: Mark Napier
Mark Napier had no problems scoring goals, and proved it with his consistency as a Montreal Canadiens player.
Drafted 10th overall by the Canadiens in 1977, Napier joined the team in 1978-79, helping them win their fourth Stanley Cup in a row.
Two years later, he scored 35 goals, and followed that up with two straight 40-goal campaigns. He led the Canadiens in goals in all three years.
The next season, he had three goals and five points in five games when he was traded to the Minnesota North Stars.
He would later go on to win a Stanley Cup with the Edmonton Oilers in 1985.
As president of the NHL alumni organization, Napier has toured war zones like Afghanistan, playing ball hockey, bringing the Stanley Cup and entertaining the troops.
Interesting statistic: He scored at least 60 goals in three different leagues (Ontario Major Junior Hockey League, the WHA and an Italian league).
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