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Inside the No. 1 Pick Club: Hockey's Most Exclusive Fraternity

TORONTO — It is a 53-year-old club, with 54 members. It only admits one new person per year. Its members are overwhelmingly of Canadian heritage, but there are a few Americans in there, with some Russians, Czechs and one Swede too. Its most senior active member is a 37-year-old man who, paradoxically, looks a little older than that thanks to a graying, Moses-style beard but who still puts up better numbers than almost everyone younger.
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