Daily Archives: March 9, 2009

Top 10 24 Hotties

I tried this for the first time last Monday, with the top 10 Heroes hotties. This week, I figured I would stay with the Monday night television theme, and list the top 10 24 hotties.

Just a note: Because the show has been on for so long, I needed to set criteria for this one. Unless the person has appeared this season (which is still ongoing), all the characters had to appear in at least five episodes.

Every Monday, there will be a list of the top 10 hotties of some type, so make sure you keep coming back every week to see the new feature and photos.

If you have any thoughts on what hotties would make a good top 10 feature, let me know.

For now, on to the top 10 24 hotties!

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Top 100 Habs: #38

#38: Claude Provost

Claude Provost spent his entire 15-year career with the Montreal Canadiens, and was superb in helping them win nine Stanley Cups.

Claude Provost

Claude Provost

Provost was a rookie during the 1955-56 season, which would be the first of the Habs five straight Stanley Cups.

Provost was a tenacious checker, shadowing the other teams’ top lines, but could also chip in on the offence. He scored at least 10 goals in every season, and scored a career high 33 in 1961-62.

He also has the dubious distinction of having the most Stanley Cup rings without being a member of the Hockey Hall of Fame.

In 1968, he won the first-ever Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy, which is given to the player who best exemplifies the qualities of perseverance, sportsmanship, and dedication to hockey.

For more on Claude Provost:

Hockey Hall of Fame


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