I don't think you can go wrong with a vintage goalie, but Crozier was a pretty decent player. He won the Calder Memorial Trophy as the top rookie in 1965 and followed that up by becoming the first goalkeeper to win the Conn Smythe Trophy and also the first player to do so for the losing team.
You gotta love a pair of old Hawks. White played in six consecutive All-Star games while averaging 30 assists over his 5 years in Chicago. Magnuson was a bit of a goon, racking up 1,442 career penalty minutes(a large number of those on fighting majors).
Bergman was a solid defenseman for a few great and a bunch of mediocre Red Wings teams.
I was thrilled to win this lot, but a bit disappointed that I missed out on one lot that had a half dozen Golden Seals players. Oh well, maybe I'll come across something similar if I stay patient. Thanks for reading.