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When looking at the top lines in hockey history, Montreal’s Dynasty Line of Steve Shutt, Guy Lafleur and Jacques Lemaire has earned a spot near the top. The group helped the Habs win five Stanley Cups, including four in a row. Click below for more of hockey’s all-time best lines. (Tony Triolo/SI)

GALLERY: Hockey’s All-Time Classic Lines

When looking at the top lines in hockey history, Montreal’s Dynasty Line of Steve Shutt, Guy Lafleur and Jacques Lemaire has earned a spot near the top. The group helped the Habs win five Stanley Cups, including four in a row. Click below for more of hockey’s all-time best lines. (Tony Triolo/SI)
GALLERY: Hockey’s All-Time Classic Lines

 Canadiens winger Guy Lafleur stickhandles during a 1978 game against the Islanders. LaFleur played 17 seasons between 1971 and 1991, winning five Stanley Cups, three Art Ross Trophies, two Hart Memorial Trophies and one Conn Smythe Trophy. His number was retired by the Canadiens. (Manny Millan/SI)  

SI VAULT: LaFleur giving Montreal a chance at winning (3.22.76)

 Canadiens winger Guy Lafleur stickhandles during a 1978 game against the Islanders. LaFleur played 17 seasons between 1971 and 1991, winning five Stanley Cups, three Art Ross Trophies, two Hart Memorial Trophies and one Conn Smythe Trophy. His number was retired by the Canadiens. (Manny Millan/SI)  
SI VAULT: LaFleur giving Montreal a chance at winning (3.22.76)