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Gilles Villemure
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Hockey Player
    (May 30, 1940- )
    Born in Trois-Rivières, Quebec, Canada
    Goaltender for the New York Rangers (1963-75) and the Chicago Black Hawks (1975-77)
    Vezina Trophy co-winner with Eddie Giacomin (1971)
    Author of the book 'Tales From The Rangers Locker Room'
    He was a minor league journeyman, prior to landing with the Rangers.
    His tenure with the Rangers had mixed results.
    He didn't make it as a full-time NHL player until the age of 30.
    His tenure with the Black Hawks lasted 21 games over two seasons combined.
    He primarily was used as a backup goaltender during his NHL years.
    He was a star player in the minor leagues, prior to landing full-time with the Rangers.
    He played alongside the likes of Rod Gilbert, Jean Ratelle and Vic Hadfield.
    He was a member of the Rangers team that reached the Stanley Cup Finals (1972).
    He holds an NHL All-Star Game record for lowest goals against average in all three of his appearances combined.

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