First up is Paul MacLean. These days he's coaching the Ottawa Senators, and doing a fine job (he's your 2013 Jack Adams Award winner, after all). Back in the '80s though, he was a reliable winger for the Winnipeg Jets (the original Winnipeg Jets), who scored hundreds of goals in the decade.
If you take away his first "season" where he appeared in just a single game with St. Lous, and his final season where he appeared in only 37 games, you're left with a 9-year career. In those 9 seasons he scored 30+ goals 8 times! The one season he missed the mark was also the season he played in the fewest games of any of those 9 years (69 games in 1985-86), and he still came close at 27 goals. Three times he hit the 40-goal mark. That's a solid decade of consistency right there. 7 of those 9 years were spent with Winnipeg, so the team choice for this card is appropriate.