During the 1972-73 campaign, after three full seasons with the Toronto Marlboros of the Ontario Hockey League, Steve Shutt made his NHL debut with the Montreal Canadiens and appeared in 50 games that season, not including the postseason in which his Habs captured the Stanley Cup. Steve Shutt would go on to win four more Stanley Cups with the Canadiens, all from 1976 through 1979. Steve Shutt had set a record during the 1976-77 season for left wingers when he scored 60 goals. That same season Steve Shutt had 105 points, good for third in the NHL. During Steve Shutt’s years with Montreal he was named to the NHL First All-Star Team in 1977, the second squad in 1978 and 1980, and participated in 3 NHL All-Star games. Steve Shutt also played 59 games for the Los Angeles Kings during the 1984-85 season. In all, Steve Shutt scored 424 regular season goals and added 393 assists for 817 points in 930 games. In 99 playoff games, Steve Shutt scored 50 goals and added 48 assists. Steve Shutt, who went on to work as an assistant coach for the Habs for several seasons, was inducted into Hockey’s Hall of Fame in 1993.