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Camille Henry

Age: 64

star center in the 1950's and 60's for the New York Rangers; broke into the NHL in 1953 as a Ranger and played 727 career games with New York, Chicago and St. Louis; retired following the 1969–70 season; finished with 279 career goals and 249 assists; lived in poverty following his retirement; received $85,000 from the players association pension fund last year; of diabetes

Died: Quebec, Sept. 11, 1997

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