played for both the Leafs & Canadiens

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  1. Badger Bob

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    Off the top of my head, the best is probably:

    ** Frank Mahovlich **

    then
    Doug Gilmour
    Jonas Hoglund (!)

    OK, gang, take it from here...
     
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    CrAzYNiNe who could have predicted?

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    Goalies who qualify (may not be a complete list):

    Lorne Chabot
    George Hainsworth
    Bunny Larocque
    Cesare Maniago
    Jacques Plante
    Wayne Thomas
    Rick Wamsley
     
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    Sergei Berezin
    Bunny Larocque
    Jacques Plante
    Al McNeil
    Dave Manson
    Sergio Momesso
    Dickie Moore
    Bert Olmstead
    Mathieu Schneider
    Wayne Thomas
    Darcy Tucker
    Scott Thornton
    Rick Wamsley
     
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    Schneider played for Toronto?
     
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    Pat Burns and Dick Irvin coached both.
     
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    Damphousse may have been the only player to have led three different teams (Toronto, Edmonton, Montreal) in scoring in three consecutive seasons.
     
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    Dick Duff, Johnny McCormack, Gordie Drillon, Vic Lynn, Gaye Stewart, Murph Chamberlain.
     
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    He did.

    Not for long though.
     
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    What's the matter with you people ? What about the great Larry Hillman ? The best of the famed Hillman brothres.
     
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    I think Robert Picard played for both.He was the original Brisebois. :shakehead

    Don't forget Sylvain Lefebrve.
     
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    Did you see Picard play Jr. ? Talk about getting a bad read on a prospect, I thought he'd be great, he had an ok career I guess, but never anywhere close to what I thought he would.
     
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    Larry Mickey, Serge Boisvert, Dick Gamble, Bert Corbeau, Paul Masnick, Noel Price, Bill Kitchen, Ric Natrass, Donnie Marshall.
     
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    Oh yeah, Paul Bibeault.
     
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    The full list:

    Amos Arbour
    Sergei Berezin
    Paul Bibeault
    Serge Boisvert
    Leo Bourgeault
    Jeff Brubaker
    Harry Cameron
    Lorne Chabot
    Murph Chamberlain
    Sprague Cleghorn
    Bert Corbeau
    Jack Coughlin
    Shayne Corson
    Russ Courtnall
    Vincent Damphousse
    Dan Daoust
    Robert Dawes
    Lucien Deblois
    Gerald Diduck
    Paul DiPietro
    Gordie Drillon
    Dick Duff
    Garry Edmundson
    Dick Gamble
    Doug Gilmour
    Gaston Gingras
    Bob Gracie
    George Hainsworth
    Red Heron
    Larry Hillman
    Jonas Hoglund
    Bronco Horvath
    Roger Jenkins
    Chad Kilger
    Bill Kitchen
    John Kordic
    Tom Kurvers
    Larry Landon
    Bunny Larocque
    Craig Laughlin
    Gary Leeman
    Sylvain Lefebvre
    Ed Litzenberger
    Jyrki Lumme
    Vic Lynn
    Murdo Mackay
    Al MacNeil
    Frank Mahovlich
    Cesare Maiago
    Dave Manson
    Don Marshall
    Paul Masnick
    Joe Matte
    Bert McCaffrey
    John McCormack
    Jack McDonald
    Larry Mickey
    Sergio Momesso
    Garry Monahan
    Dickie Moore
    Kirk Muller
    Harry Mummery
    Ric Nattress
    Bert Olmstead
    George Patterson
    Yanic Perreault
    Robert Picard
    Jacques Plante
    Noel Price
    Goldie Prodgers
    Rob Ramage
    Marc Reaume
    Bill Root
    Dave Ritchie
    Charlie Sands
    Mathieu Schneider
    Rod Schutt
    Darryl Shannon
    Gaye Stewart
    Bill Sutherland
    Gilles Thibaudeau
    Wayne Thomas
    Rhys Thomson
    Scott Thornton
    Darcy Tucker
    Rick Wamsley
    Cully Wilson

    That's up through 2004. Not sure if this year added anyone else to the list. The guys who have made significant contributions to both teams includes Lorne Chabot, Dick Duff, Frank Mahovlich, Jacques Plante, Vincent Damphousse, and Shayne Corson.

    If you include executives, you can add Dick Irvin, Frank Selke, Ken Dryden, Serge Savard, Pat Burns, probably others...
     
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    As someone who was firmly immersed in the Habs-Leafs rivalry, I'll say my favorite of those players was Duff. There were only a handful of Leaf players I really liked, and he was one of them. Was pleased as heck when he became a Hab.
     
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    OneMoreAstronaut Reduce chainsaw size

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    This isn't related to the question at hand, but wow, I had no idea that Damphousse played for Edmonton at one point. The more you know!
     
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    Add to that list the man, the myth, the legend:

    Marius Czerkawski
     

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