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Rogie Vachon
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Hockey Player
    (September 8, 1945- )
    Born in Palmarolle, Quebec, Canada
    Goaltender for the Montreal Canadiens (1966-71), Los Angeles Kings (1971-78), Detroit Red Wings (1978-80) and the Boston Bruins (1980-82)
    General manager of the Los Angeles Kings (1984-92)
    Interim head coach of the Los Angeles Kings (1984,1987,1995)
    Vezina Trophy co-winner (1968)
    If his name isn't weird enough, his actual name is Rogatien Rosaire.
    He demanded a trade after losing his starting job with the Canadiens to Ken Dryden.
    He spent his prime years on poor Kings teams.
    As a result of the lack of media attention on the west coast at the time, he didn't receive the mainstream exposure during in his prime years.
    Prior to the Wayne Gretzky trade, his tenure as the Kings general manager was mediocre at best.
    He earned three Stanley Cup rings as a member of the Canadiens (1968-69,1971).
    He holds various Kings franchise records at the goaltending position.
    His number 30 was the first number retired by the Kings franchise.
    He holds the distinction of never allowing a penalty shot goal during the course of his career.
    He remained loyal to the Kings organization following his retirement from active play and served in various front office capacities with the team.

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