|1993-1994||New York Rangers|
Larmer was willing to give up a chance to set the NHL's ironman record for a chance to win the Stanley Cup.
The right wing from Peterborough, Ontario, played in 884 consecutive regular-season games from 1982-83 through 1992-93, all with the Chicago Blackhawks, who selected him in the sixth round (No. 120) of the 1980 NHL Draft and watched him evolve into one of the most consistent scorers in NHL history -- he scored at least 70 points in each of the 11 seasons during his consecutive-game streak. Larmer won the Calder Trophy as the NHL's top rookie in 1982-83 and scored at least 40 goals five times.