Rejean "Reggie" Lemelin
Rejean "Reggie" Lemelin is a native of Quebec City. He was chosen 125th overall by the Philadelphia Flyers in 1974. After four stellar years in the Flyers' system, Lemelin signed with the Atlanta Flames as a free agent in 1978.
He made his NHL debut in 1978-79 and spent nine years with the Flames organization, highlited by a 30-win performance in 1984-85.
Lemelin joined the Bruins in 1987-88 and won 24 games combining with Andy Moog to backstop the club to the Stanley Cup finals. Two years later, he won 22 games and shared the William Jennings trophy with Moog.