#79: Ken Reardon
Despite retiring before he hit the age of 30, Ken Reardon was a hall of famer for the Montreal Canadiens.
He played two years for the Habs in the early 1940s, before leaving to fight in the Second World War. Upon his return, he made it back into the lineup, and played another five seasons, making it to the all-star team every year.
His last year in the league was his most productive, as he finished the season with 28 points.
He won a Stanley Cup as a player, and won another five as an executive with the Canadiens after his retirement.
He was elected to the Hall of Fame in 1966.
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