The Thin Man: Chicago was Al Rollins’s second stop as an NHL goaltender, before he ended up with the New York Rangers in 1960. As a rookie in Toronto, sharing the net with Turk Broda, he was playing so well that Conn Smythe wasn’t sure what to do. “It’s a tough one,” Smythe told the newspapermen. “I’ve got to decide whether to keep the thin man in there and let him get thinner or whether to go back to the thinned-down fat man.” The year before, Smythe famously benched Broda mid-season until he dropped he’d dropped seven of his 197 pounds. “Pudgy,” the reporters were still calling him, though they noted that he was down to 180 now.