Norman Victor Alexander Ullman (December 26, 1935-) led the Detroit Red Wings in goals three times (1961, 1965-1966) including the 1965 season when he led the NHL in goals. Ullman joined the Red Wings in 1955-56 after Detroit won four Stanley Cups in six years between 1950-1955. Norm centered the Gordie Howe and Ted Lindsay line from 1956-1965 scoring 228 goals in that span. He had 16 20-goal seasons in his 22-year career with Detroit (1955-1968), the Toronto Maple Leafs (1968-1975) and the Edmonton Oilers (1975-1977) of the World Hockey Association. Norm Ullman was one of the original mucker/grinders of the NHL crashing the net, digging for pucks in the corner, winning faceoffs and overpowering opponents with superb forechecking abilities. Norm was a durable center plying every game of the regular season seven times and leading the playoffs in games played four times. Norm was named to eleven NHL All-Star Games and was an NHL All-Star First Team selection in 1964-65. He also helped lead the Red Wings back to the Stanley Cup Finals five times, but were unsuccessful each run. After playing on lines with Howe, Lindsay, Alex Delvecchio and Parker MacDonald in Detroit, he joined a Leafs team that included Hall of Famers Dave Keon and Bob Pulford as well as Paul Henderson, Ron Ellis, and Mike Walton. As the NHL median age began to shift to younger players, Norm returned to his native Edmonton to join the Oilers of the WHA as a veteran in 1975. He spent two seasons with the Oilers scoring 47 goals and 83 assists in144 games. Norm Ullman finished his NHL career with 490 goals and 739 assists for 1,229 points in 1,410 games. Norm Ullman was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1982.