Allan Herbert Stanley (March 1, 1926 - October 18, 2013) was a powerful stay-at-home defenseman for more than 20 years in the NHL, winning four Stanley Cups with the Toronto Maple Leafs. Stanley spent five years bouncing around the minor leagues before he joined the New York Rangers in 1948. He played six and half seasons with the Rangers (1948-1954), was then traded to the Chicago Black Hawks (1954-1956), then to the Boston Bruins (1956-1958) and eventually finding a home in Toronto on a defensive corps that included Hall of Famer Tim Horton and Al Arbour. Stanley had four unsuccessful runs at the Stanley Cup before breaking through in 1962 with the Maple Leafs, capturing three consecutive championships (1962-1964) and a fourth in 1967. He was a durable player and had four regular seasons without missing a single game and led all skaters in games played during the playoffs seven times. Allan was named to three NHL All-Star Second Teams and played in seven NHL All-Star Games. Stanley retired after the 1968-69 season he spent with the Philadelphia Flyers at the age of 42. Allan Stanley finished his career with 100 regular season goals and 333 assists in 1,244 career games. In 109 career playoff games, he scored seven goals and 36 assists as he brought home four Stanley Cup rings. Allan Stanley was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1981.