Doug Harvey's Hall of Fame career began during the era of the Original Six teams and ended in the early days of NHL expansion two decades later. Born in Montreal's West End, he turned down careers in football and baseball to become one of the greatest hockey players ever. A perennial All-Star and seven-time winner of the Norris Trophy for best defenceman, he was a cornerstone of the legendary Montreal Canadiens that won five Stanley Cups in a row. Harvey's brilliant passing set the devastating Montreal attack in motion, and his consummate puck control kept the other team from scoring. Off the ice, Harvey was a rebel. He was a driving force behind an attempted players union and an outspoken critic of the hockey establishment. He was funny, irreverent, generous, and kind-hearted.