For three years, the New York Rangers and Quebec Nordiques had a genuine Hall of Famer on their rosters. . . . Hockey great Guy Lafleur is one of a few pro athletes to return to his sport after retiring and being inducted into a hall of fame . . . In the last half of the 1970s, Lafleur was perhaps the game's best, winning three Ross Trophies (scoring titles) and two Hart Trophies (MVP) as his Montreal Canadiens team took five Stanley Cup championships in his 14 years . . . Lafleur was a great shooter in the Montreal tradition of Morenz, Richard and Beliveau . . . This is his last card, 1991-92 upper Deck #638, which is worth about 50 cents.