Ted Lindsay, who was a part of the Detroit Red Wings "Production Line" and paved the way for the National Hockey League's Players Association, has passed away at the age of 93.

Lindsay (pictured above) played for the Red Wings and Chicago Blackhawks during his Hall of Fame career, amassing 379 goals and 472 assists.  He was known for an aggressive, sometimes dirty brand of hockey, and he led the NHL in penalty minutes in 1959 with 184.

He was a nine-time All-Star during his career, and was a head coach and general manager for the Red Wings in the 1970's.


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