Marcel Dionne - Four post season all-star nods, one Art Ross Trophy and two Lester B. Pearson awards. Unfortunately he didnt have very much success with the Kings. He had decent numbers but only 49 playoff games. Either way Dionne is an all-time great. Jean Ratelle - Played in 3 Cup finals. Had one Pearson Award in '72, was on the team of the century that year too. Ratelle quietly had some great seasons in the NHL. Darryl Sittler - In '76 he had an all-around success year that rivaled few. Sittler was a winner, being on the Canada Cup team of 1976 but he never won the Cup despite a great career. Eric Lindros - Its a near safe bet to say Lindros will never win a Cup. Well I dont see Dallas doing it. Either way he hasnt won one yet. He was a Hart Trophy winner in '95. Brad Park - He's the best defenseman to never win it, but is he the best player? He was a 7-time all-star. Norm Ullman - Very underrated. His luck had it that he entered Detroit in '55-56 and Toronto in '67-68. Both years after those teams won the Cup. Legit HHOFer for sure. Peter Statsny - He was a great player and always fun to watch. He had good playoff success but never led the Nords to the promised land. Not his fault though Gilbert Perreault - One of the best skaters to ever play. Perreault actually had well over a point a game in the playoffs. Unfortunatley the Flyers beat him out in the closest chance for him in '75. Dale Hawerchuk - He was always under the radar, but you could make a great argument that he was possibly the best player in the NHL after Gretzky in '84-85.