Top 10 - Backups in Habs history
Richard Sevigny

Richard Sevigny managed to see his name engraved on the Stanley Cup before he had even played an NHL game. In the spring of 1979, reserve netminder, Michel Larocque, was scheduled to backup Ken Dryden in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Finals. Unfortunately, Larocque was injured during the warm up and Sevigny got the call to suit up for backup duties in his place. Having officially been a roster player for a game during the playoffs, Sevigny may not have actually set foot on the ice, but he still got to see his name carved in silver when the Habs won the Cup a few days later.