Terrance Richard “Dick” Duff (February 18, 1936-) set a record when he scored two goals in the first 1:08 of Game 1 of the 1963 Stanley Cup Finals, a series in which his Toronto Maple Leafs repeated as NHL champions. Duff was a teenage phenom who began playing in the Toronto Maple Leafs organization at the age of 16. He played left wing for three seasons with the St. Michael’s Majors (Marlboros) of the Ontario Junior Hockey Association and led the Marlboros to their first of two consecutive Memorial Cups in 1955. Duff joined the Maple Leafs full time in 1955 and began a stretch of eight straight years with 16 or more goals, including three with 26 or more. Dick had a total of 14 years with ten or more goals and five topped the 2-goal mark. In 1956, he became an All-Star for the first of seven times. In his nine-plus years with the Maple Leafs (1954-1964), Dick won the 1962 and 1963 Stanley Cups before being traded to the New York Rangers for parts two seasons (1964). The Rangers shipped Duff to the Montreal Canadiens where he joined future Hall of Famers Yvan Cournoyer, Jacques Laperriere, Jean Beliveau, Henri Richard and Gump Worsley, among others. Duff and the Habs finished second to the Detroit Red Wings in the standings before dispatching the Leafs and the Chicago Blackhawks in the Stanley Cup Finals. Duff led the NHL in game-winning goals in 1967-68 and helped lead Montreal to four Stanley Cups championships (1965, 1966, 1968, 1969). After six years in Montreal (1964-1970), he played parts of two years with the Los Angeles Kings (1970) and then was traded to the Buffalo Sabres (1970-1972) where he finished his career. Dick Duff scored 283 goals and 289 assists for 572 points in 1,030 regular season games. In the Stanley Cup playoffs, he also added 30 goals and 49 assists in 114 games as he won six Stanley Cup titles. Dick Duff was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2006.