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Over their 100+ year history the Montreal Canadiens have boasted many of the game's greatest superstars. Howie Morenz, Rocket Richard, Jean Beliveau, Boom Boom Geoffrion, and Guy Lafleur are but a sampling of the many great players the team has had grace their roster. All of these players have their name on the Stanley Cup and their contributions to those championships cannot be disputed.

However, as great as those legends were, none won a Stanley Cup by themselves. Unsung heroes labored next to them, doing all the "little things" and doing them well, often without praise or recognition, and without complaint, all with the goal of helping their team win hockey's ultimate prize.

During the team's glory run in the latter half of the 1970s, Bob Gainey was such a player, and in the 1980s Gainey passed the torch to another young man who would go on to become one of the Habs' great unsung heroes: Guy Carbonneau.

Now, Carbonneau was no stranger to putting the puck in the net. In his final year of junior with the Chicoutimi Sangueneens Carbo racked up 72 goals and 182 points in just 72 games. He continued to score at a prolific rate in his first couple of seasons of professional hockey, averaging better than a point a game with the AHL's Nova Scotia Voyageurs.

His offense didn't desert him when he made the leap to the NHL, despite the fact that his role changed significantly. He consistently put up 20+ goals, though his career high of 26 in 1988-89 was a far cry from the 72 he tallied in a single season in junior.

His teammates and coaches had no problem with his game. Under the wing of Bob Gainey, Carbonneau swiftly transformed himself into the best defensive forward in the game. A stellar shot blocker and expert penalty killer, Carbonneau could change the complexion of games from the defensive side of the puck, frustrating the opposition's best offensive stars. Though he couldn't quite match his mentor's haul of four straight Frank J. Selke trophies, Carbonneau did win the award as the NHL's Best Defensive Forward on three separate occasions.

Carbonneau helped the Canadiens win two improbable Stanley Cups during his time there, including captaining the squad that won the 1993 Cup. In the twilight of his career he would move on to the Dallas Stars and again play an important leadership role in the club's 1999 Stanley Cup victory.

Though not as popular as Montreal's favorite sons like Richard, Lafleur and Beliveau, fans of the Habs that are students of the game truly appreciated how important Carbo was to the franchise during their two most recent Stanley Cup victories and those fans can be seen proudly sporting a Guy Carbonneau jersey to cheer on their unsung hero.