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Unforgettable Photos Of The Legendary Pat Quinn

11/24/2014 02:08 EST | Updated 11/24/2014 03:59 EST
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The game will never forget him.

The legendary Pat Quinn died Sunday. This is a look at his remarkable life.

  • Quinn's NHL career saw him play for the Leafs, Canucks and Atlanta Flames ... and grow a pretty amazing moustache
  • Quinn famously knocked out Bobby Orr with a check in the 1969 playoffs
  • Here's Don Cherry talking about it
  • They developed something of a rivalry...
  • Playing against the Canadiens in 1970 at the Forum
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  • With his coach of the year award in 1992
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  • With Mark Messier and Eric Lindros at the All-Star practice in 2000
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  • After coaching the team to gold at the 2002 Olympics in Salt Lake City
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  • Patting Martin Brodeur on the back after capturing gold
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  • Winning was really no cigar
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  • Coaches don't get medals at the Olympics. But Wayne Gretzky gave Quinn one anyway. Here he shows it off at the Hockey Hall of Fame
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  • After the announcement that he would no longer be GM of the Maple Leafs
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  • Quinn sports two black eyes after getting hit with some pucks in 2005
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  • Not happy with the ref while coach of the Leafs in 2006
  • A common theme...
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  • Riding with the Memorial Cup (which he won in 1963) in 2007
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  • With the prime minister and his son
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  • Becoming an Officer of the Order of Canada in 2012
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  • Being inducted into the Canucks Ring of Honour in 2014
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  • RIP Pat
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