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A former star with both the New Jersey Devils and the New York Rangers, Scott Gomez now plies his trade with the Montreal Canadiens.

A smooth skating center with great vision, and tremendous playmaking ability Scott Gomez wasted no time making an impact in the NHL. The Anchorage, Alaska native lit it up in his first year with the New Jersey Devils, registering 78 points and earning the Calder Trophy as rookie of the year. During his tenure with the club, Gomez would reach the Stanley Cup Finals on three separate occasions and has two Stanley Cup rings from the years he, Martin Brodeur, Scott Niedermayer and the rest of the Devils captured the silver chalice.

When Gomez became an unrestricted free agent following the 2006-07 season, his Stanley Cup rings, his skill and his ability to play a solid two-way game made him one of the most sought after prizes in the free agent feeding frenzy that summer. He signed a lucrative 7 year contract with the New York Rangers and starred for the club for two seasons before he was traded to the Montreal Canadiens.

Gomez was just one big name acquired by then Montreal Canadiens GM Bob Gainey during that off-season. Gainey also landed Mike Cammalleri, previously of the Calgary Flames, and Gomez's former linemate with the Devils, Brian Gionta.

Gomez went on to register 12 goals and 59 points in his first season with the Habs, causing many to question his value at $7 million+ per season. However, his leadership, and his determined play in last year's playoffs during which he was a key cog in the machine that took out both Alexander Ovechkin's Washington Capitals and Sidney Crosby's Pittsburgh Penguins endeared him to cynical fans, who are hoping that he can elevate his offensive numbers to match those he put up in his days with the Devils. If he can accomplish that then you can bet that Scott Gomez jerseys will be a popular item this season in Montreal.