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from the Winnipeg Sun,
Over the last 100 or so years, this province has produced more than its fair share of hockey stars. In fact, there are 18 people in the Hockey Hall of Fame who were born in Manitoba, and there are others who are on their way. So whittling it down to a top-10 list was no easy task, but a challenge we were willing to undertake. 5. Andy Bathgate, C, Winnipeg Won the Hart Trophy in 1959 with the New York Rangers and had 973 career points on 349 goals and 624 assists while playing with Toronto, Detroit, the Rangers and Pittsburgh. He also won one Stanley Cup with Toronto in 1964 and was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1978.
read on...some are old school, some names you may be familiar with...

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