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Portrait of Canadian-born professional hockey player, coach, and general manager Lester Patrick (1883 - 1960) of the New York Rangers, posed on the ice and dressed as a goalie, 1940. While coaching the Rangers during the 1928 Stanley Cup finals against the Montreal Maroons, Patrick was forced to step in as goaltender after Lorne Chabot was injured in the game. Patrick was 44 years of age at the time. (Photo by Bruce Bennett Studios/Getty Images)

Portrait of Canadian-born professional hockey player, coach, and general manager Lester Patrick (1883 - 1960) of the New York Rangers, posed on the ice and dressed as a goalie, 1940.  While coaching the Rangers during the 1928 Stanley Cup finals against the Montreal Maroons, Patrick was forced to step in as goaltender after Lorne Chabot was injured in the game.  Patrick was 44 years of age at the time. (Photo by Bruce Bennett Studios/Getty Images)