With a Hall of Fame roster, the Montreal Canadiens dominated the second half of the seventies. At the end of the Cup, with the Habs dynasty complete, their studious goaltender Ken Dryden retired with his sixth Stanley Cup in just over seven seasons.
Ken Dryden, former goaltender of the Montreal Canadiens, and his family watch as his jersey is retired by the Montreal Canadiens during a ceremony before a game between the Ottawa Senators and the Canadiens.
Hockey has been a huge part of my life since I was very young. It has taught me so much and I continue to play it to this day. This picture of Ken Dryden defines being a goalie to me which is the position I love to play.