List of NHL players who spent their entire career with one franchise

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The following is a list of retired National Hockey League (NHL) players who played their entire NHL career—in at least ten seasons—exclusively for one team. As of the end of the 2015–16 season, 108 players have accomplished this feat, of which the Montreal Canadiens have had the most, with 18. Of players who have spent their career with one franchise, Alex Delvecchio of the Detroit Red Wings holds the record of the greatest number of seasons with twenty-four. Patrik Elias of the New Jersey Devils is the most recent player to complete a full career with one team.




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  1. ^ Researched through Hockey Reference website (