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Justin Williams' Career Was Much More Than Game 7 Heroics

Call Him "Mr. Game 7" if you want, but Justin Williams' consistent play is what kept the recently retired forward in the NHL for so long.

Justin Williams will always be remembered for being "Mr. Game 7" thanks to his ability to come up clutch in do-or-die playoff games. But the three-time Stanley Cup champion with nearly 800 points to his credit was the model of one thing in particular: consistency.

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