The term dynasty has been applied to a lot of great teams. Mtl. has the 50's,60's and 70's editions. You have the great Oiler teams, the Islanders, early 50's Detroit, early 60's Leafs, you can include the 90's Penguins, 70's Flyers and even the 70's Bruins to a lesser degree. I don't discount the excellence of the last 3, they just accomplished a bit less. Which player/s from those teams stand out as huge contributors but never really got the recognition ? I got thinking about this speaking to my father who doesn't speak about much with enthusiasm these days but still gets excited about hockey. We were discussing Red Fisher's list when he brought up Bert Olmstead as a the one player who made a huge difference on the 50's Habs but took a back seat in popularity. During the 70's, I thought Rejean Houle got lost in the shuffle. Every year, it seemed someone would go down and Houle would keep the line going and chip in key goals. Any names out there ?