NHL Hall of Fame right winger for the Chicago Blackhawks who later became head coach of the team.
He recorded more than 450 points during his junior hockey days in Canada.
He scored 119 points in his second season, the first of five 100+ point seasons.
He was born in a suburb of Montreal, Canada.
He retired trailing only Stan Mikita and Bobby Hull on the Blackhawks' all-time scoring list.