Goaltender Manon Rheaume was just 20 years old when she suited up for one period of an exhibition game for the Tampa Bay Lightning on Sept 23, 1992.

Oh Goalie Rheaume! - In a Tampa expo game - Played girl versus boys. (Manon Rheaume was just 20 years old when she suited up for one period of an exhibition game for the Tampa Bay Lightning on Sept hockey-haiku

Yvan Cournoyer (12) and Serge Savard (18) raise the Stanley Cup for the Montreal Canadiens

At the end of every hockey season, only one team gets to raise the Stanley Cup over their heads. All of them are great, but some of them are legendary. Here's the list of the greatest Cup winners of all time.

Manon Rheaume (1972- ) 1992: Became the first female to play professional hockey. When Rheaume signed on to play goalie for the Tampa Bay Lightning, she became the first- and only- woman with a professional hockey contract.

Manon Rheaume ) Became the first female to play professional hockey. When Rheaume signed on to play goalie for the Tampa Bay Lightning, she became the first- and only- woman with a professional hockey contract.

Jonathan Toews  I just had awesome visions of him getting in a fight and busting out some karate moves hahaah

Jonathan Toews I just had awesome visions of him getting in a fight and busting out some karate moves hahaah

Hayley Wickenheiser is a Canadian Ice Hockey player on Canada's National women's team.As an Olympian, she earned a silver medal at the 1998 Winter Olympics and three Olympic gold medals in 2002, 2006 and most recently at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics. Here is the link to her page on the classroom champions website: http://www.classroomchampions.org/person/144/Hayley-Wickenheiser

Hayley Wickenheiser is a Canadian Ice Hockey player on Canada's National women's team.As an Olympian, she earned a silver medal at the 1998 Winter Olympics and three Olympic gold medals in 2006 and most recently at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics.

Frank Mahovlich, the Big M, seen here after the Leafs Cup win of 1963. He tied the playoff record for points in 1971 with 27 ( since broken)  with the Montreal Canadiens.

Frank Mahovlich, the Big M, seen here after the Leafs Cup win of He tied the playoff record for points in 1971 with 27 ( since broken) with the Montreal Canadiens.

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