28. Most Stanley Cups for a Single Player (11)
Set By: Henri Richard
The "Pocket Rocket" was a winner to the highest degree, and was a vital part of the Canadiens' NHL dynasty in the '50s and '60s. In a career that spanned 21 seasons, he managed to win titles in over half of them. It actually seems conceivable that this one could be topped by a player (perhaps a goaltender) who manages to play well into his forties. Even then, though, with the salary cap structure in place it seems far less likely that any kind of dynasty could really take hold. Plus, it would be a shame if we lost the right to say "Pocket Rocket" all the time.