I know that the +/- stat is not a tell all stat. It is reflective more of the team than the player himself but I still find it interesting. I'm curious how many players were able to be a plus player every year of their career. I have found at least two, Bobby Orr and Larry Robinson. Al MacInnis was a plus player every season except his last, which only consisted of 3 games and a -1 so I give him an asterisk. Unfortuneately the stat was not always kept so we don't know about great players of the past. Check some great players of recent past here and you'll see they practically all had at least one minus season. Edit: Add Bobby Clarke. Also, Peter Forsberg so far in his career.