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3rd Aug '16 1:09:36 PM probiewankenobi
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** Its spin-off ''Series/LawAndOrderSVU'' has now, in its 15th season, almost completely overturned its original cast. Only Creator/MariskaHargitay remains as a constant from season one until now; Music/IceT from season two until now. Though unlike its parent program it actually maintained nearly the entirety of its original cast, with the exception of one departure in the second season, for its first twelve seasons.

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** Its spin-off ''Series/LawAndOrderSVU'' has now, in having completed its 15th 17th season, almost completely overturned its original cast. Only Creator/MariskaHargitay remains as a constant from season one until now; Music/IceT from season two until now. Though unlike its parent program it actually maintained nearly the entirety of its original cast, with the exception of one departure in the second season, for its first twelve seasons.
13th Jul '16 6:03:49 PM Adept
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* Most {{Soap Opera}}s are run on this trope. Since many have been running 40+ years, and people don't want to spend the entirety of their lives on one show, they tend to leave the soap after a few years to pursue alternative employment options. To replace them, either the [[TheOtherDarrin character actors are changed]] or new characters are brought in. This means that the main casts of soaps tend to change drastically every few years. As an example, New Zealand-produced soap opera ''ShortlandStreet'' first aired in 1992, and as of 2011 only one of the original cast members remains (Dr Chris Warner).

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* Most {{Soap Opera}}s are run on this trope. Since many have been running 40+ years, and people don't want to spend the entirety of their lives on one show, they tend to leave the soap after a few years to pursue alternative employment options. To replace them, either the [[TheOtherDarrin character actors are changed]] or new characters are brought in. This means that the main casts of soaps tend to change drastically every few years. As an example, New Zealand-produced soap opera ''ShortlandStreet'' ''Series/ShortlandStreet'' first aired in 1992, and as of 2011 only one of the original cast members remains (Dr Chris Warner).
14th Jun '16 10:51:42 AM igordebraga
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* Four players managed to appear in four OlympicGames: three unlucky men that never got a medal - Teófilo Cruz of Puerto Rico, Andrew Gaze of Australia, and Oscar Schmidt (who also holds records of most points ever and longest basketball career) of Brazil - and Theresa Edwards of the USA, who won four golds and a bronze.



** Mario Zagallo won the first four of Brazil's titles (player in 1958 and 1962, coach in 1970, assistant coach in 1994), and his teammate [[TheAce Pelé]] was the only one fielded in the first three. Another Brazilian, Cafu, played in the 1994 and 2002 titles (and is the only man to play three Cup finals), while Ronaldo was in the bench in the former the first and the top goalscorer in the latter.

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** Mario Zagallo won the first four of Brazil's titles (player in 1958 and 1962, coach in 1970, assistant coach in 1994), and his teammate [[TheAce Pelé]] was the only one fielded in the first three. Another Brazilian, Cafu, played in the 1994 and 2002 titles (and is the only man to play three Cup finals), while Ronaldo was in the bench in the former the first and the top goalscorer in the latter.



** The 2015 World Cup was also the ''sixth'' for Brazil's Formiga and Japan's Homare Sawa.

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** The 2015 World Cup was also the ''sixth'' for Brazil's Formiga and Japan's Homare Sawa. They only missed the inaugural Cup in 1991, when both were just 13. Formiga is also set to in 2016 be the only woman present in all six women's soccer OlympicGames tournaments.



* In an indirect way, only three people were present in all three Pittsburgh Penguins Stanley Cups (1991-2 and 2009): Mario Lemieux (TheLeader in the first two, owner in the third), Gilles Meloche (goaltender coach in all) and Kevin Stevens (player in the first two, scout in the third, to the point he wasn't engraved on the Cup).

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* In an indirect way, only three people were present in all the first three Pittsburgh Penguins Stanley Cups (1991-2 and 2009): Mario Lemieux (TheLeader in the first two, owner in the third), Gilles Meloche (goaltender coach in all) and Kevin Stevens (player in the first two, scout in the third, to the point he wasn't engraved on the Cup).Cup). By the time the Penguins won again in 2016, just Lemieux remained to get his name a fourth time, and the roster had only 5 reminders of 2009 (Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malkin, Chris Kunitz, Kris Letang, and the only one that didn't get ice time in the second series, goalie Marc-Andre Fleury).




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* On an international level, Teemu Selanne played in 6 Winter Olympics from 1992 to 2014 (equaling compatriot Raimo Helminen, who played his last 3 tournaments as Selanne's teammate), winning one silver and four bronzes for Finland. Among the seven players who went to 5 Olympics, only three won medals, two Finns (Jere Lehtinen - 1994-2010 - and Kimmo Timonen - 1998-2014) and the great Czech Jaromir Jagr, who not only won a Gold in 1998, but managed to appear in the annual World Championship (which he won in 2005 and 2006) in both 1994 and 2015, ''at 43'' in the latter.
9th Jun '16 3:12:59 AM KYCubbie
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*** Christie Rampone, who played in five World Cups, has the longest gap between World Cup wins for a player of either sex. In her first World Cup, she was on the 1999 squad, but didn't play in the final. In her last in 2015, with her being the sole holdover from the 1999 champs, she came on as a sub late in the 2015 final with the USWNT safely ahead.

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*** Christie Rampone, who played in five World Cups, has the longest gap between World Cup wins for a player of either sex. In her first World Cup, she was on the 1999 squad, but didn't play in the final. In her last in 2015, with her being the sole holdover from the 1999 champs, she came on as a sub late in the 2015 final with the USWNT safely ahead.
9th Jun '16 3:12:08 AM KYCubbie
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*** Six of the USWNT's starting 11 in the inaugural final in 1991 (which they won) were also starters in their second final win in 1999—Michelle Akers, Joy Fawcett, Julie Foudy, Mia Hamm, and Carla Overbeck. On the bench in 1991 was Brandi Chastain, who started and scored the winning penalty kick in the 1999 final.
*** Christie Rampone has the longest gap between World Cup wins for a player of either sex. She was on the 1999 squad, but didn't play in the final; she came on as a sub late in the 2015 final with the USWNT safely ahead.
** Germany's Birgit Prinz is the only woman to have appeared in three World Cup finals. She was on the losing side in 1999 (to Norway) and on the winners in 2003 and 2007 (respectively over Sweden and Brazil).

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*** Six of the USWNT's starting 11 in the inaugural final in 1991 (which they won) were also starters in their second final win in 1999—Michelle Akers, Joy Fawcett, Julie Foudy, Mia Hamm, and Carla Overbeck. On the bench in 1991 was Brandi Chastain, who started and scored the winning penalty kick in the 1999 final.
final. (However, Fawcett, Foudy, and Hamm were the only ones among this group who appeared in four World Cups.)
*** Christie Rampone Rampone, who played in five World Cups, has the longest gap between World Cup wins for a player of either sex. She In her first World Cup, she was on the 1999 squad, but didn't play in the final; final. In her last in 2015, with her being the sole holdover from the 1999 champs, she came on as a sub late in the 2015 final with the USWNT safely ahead.
** Germany's Birgit Prinz Prinz, who also played in five World Cups, is the only woman to have appeared in three World Cup finals. She was on the losing side in 1999 1995 (to Norway) and on the winners in 2003 and 2007 (respectively over Sweden and Brazil).Brazil).
** The 2015 World Cup was also the ''sixth'' for Brazil's Formiga and Japan's Homare Sawa.
9th Jun '16 3:04:11 AM KYCubbie
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* While [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_players_who_have_appeared_in_multiple_FIFA_World_Cups many footballers managed to appear in at least four]] editions of Usefulnotes/TheWorldCup, a few are standout cases.
** Mario Zagallo won the first four of Brazil's titles (player in 1958\62, coach in 1970, assistant coach in 1994), and his teammate [[TheAce Pelé]] was the only one fielded in the first three. Another Brazilian, Cafu, played in the 1994 and 2002 titles (and is the only guy to play three Cup finals), while Ronaldo was in the bench in the former the first and the top goalscorer in the latter.
** Miroslav Klose was in the Germany team that lost to Brazil in 2002 and was the only reminder once the team returned to the final and won in 2014.[[note]]Where the Germans also played hosts Brazil, but soundly defeating them in the semifinal, with Klose scoring a goal.[[/note]] And Germany has a tradition for keeping players for long - five players were 1966 runners-up and 1974 champions (though only Franz Beckenbauer[[note]]Who like Zagalo won Cups as both player and coach, as manager in 1990.[[/note]] and Wolfgang Overath played both finals), Paul Breitner scored in the 1974 and 1982 finals, and Pierre Littbarski lost the 1982 finals and won in 1990 (teammate Lothar Matthaus was in the 1982 squad too).

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* While [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_players_who_have_appeared_in_multiple_FIFA_World_Cups many footballers managed to appear in at least four]] editions of Usefulnotes/TheWorldCup, UsefulNotes/TheWorldCup, a few are standout cases.
** Mario Zagallo won the first four of Brazil's titles (player in 1958\62, 1958 and 1962, coach in 1970, assistant coach in 1994), and his teammate [[TheAce Pelé]] was the only one fielded in the first three. Another Brazilian, Cafu, played in the 1994 and 2002 titles (and is the only guy man to play three Cup finals), while Ronaldo was in the bench in the former the first and the top goalscorer in the latter.
** Miroslav Klose was in the Germany team that lost to Brazil in 2002 and was the only reminder once the team returned to the final and won in 2014.[[note]]Where the Germans also played hosts Brazil, but soundly defeating them in the semifinal, with Klose scoring a goal.[[/note]] And Germany has a tradition for keeping players for long - five players were 1966 runners-up and 1974 champions (though only Franz Beckenbauer[[note]]Who like Zagalo Zagallo won Cups as both player and coach, as manager in 1990.[[/note]] and Wolfgang Overath played both finals), Paul Breitner scored in the 1974 and 1982 finals, and Pierre Littbarski lost the 1982 finals and won in 1990 (teammate Lothar Matthaus Matthäus was in the 1982 squad too).


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** On the women's side, the USA has a few standout cases.
*** Six of the USWNT's starting 11 in the inaugural final in 1991 (which they won) were also starters in their second final win in 1999—Michelle Akers, Joy Fawcett, Julie Foudy, Mia Hamm, and Carla Overbeck. On the bench in 1991 was Brandi Chastain, who started and scored the winning penalty kick in the 1999 final.
*** Christie Rampone has the longest gap between World Cup wins for a player of either sex. She was on the 1999 squad, but didn't play in the final; she came on as a sub late in the 2015 final with the USWNT safely ahead.
** Germany's Birgit Prinz is the only woman to have appeared in three World Cup finals. She was on the losing side in 1999 (to Norway) and on the winners in 2003 and 2007 (respectively over Sweden and Brazil).
9th Jun '16 2:39:53 AM KYCubbie
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** New Zealand: While the trope doesn't apply between 2011 and 2015, with 14 players appearing on both of those title teams, it definitely holds true with respect to 1987 and 2011. Five of the players on the 2011 title team ''had yet to be born'' when the All Blacks won the first RWC in 1987[[note]]on 20 June to be exact[[/note]]. The oldest member of the 2011 squad, Brad Thorn, was 12 at that time (and more than three years older than any of his teammates).

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** New Zealand: While the trope doesn't apply between 2011 and 2015, with 14 players appearing on both of those title teams, it definitely holds true with respect to 1987 and 2011. Five of the players on the 2011 title team ''had yet to be born'' when the All Blacks won the first RWC in 1987[[note]]on 20 June to be exact[[/note]]. The oldest member of the 2011 squad, Brad Thorn, was 12 at that time during the first RWC (and more than three years older than any of his 2011 teammates).
9th Jun '16 2:38:47 AM KYCubbie
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* ''Series/HappyDays'': Of all the regular characters that were billed at one point or another during the series' 11-year-run, just four remained from the first through last seasons: Henry Winkler (Fonzie), Tom Bosley (Howard Cunningham), Marion Ross (Marion Cunningham) and Anson Williams (Potsie Weber). Two of the other original characters – Ron Howard (Richie Cunningham) and Don Most (Ralph Malph) – left after the seventh season, while Erin Moran (Joanie Cunnigham) briefly left for the 1982-1983 season. Of the remaining characters, we all know what became of [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome Chuck Cunningham]], later addition Scott Baio (as Chachi Arcola) left along with Moran in 1982 but also returned, and various other characters came and went through the years.

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* ''Series/HappyDays'': Of all the regular characters that were billed at one point or another during the series' 11-year-run, just four remained from the first through last seasons: Henry Winkler (Fonzie), Tom Bosley (Howard Cunningham), Marion Ross (Marion Cunningham) and Anson Williams (Potsie Weber). Two of the other original characters – Ron Howard (Richie Cunningham) and Don Most (Ralph Malph) – left after the seventh season, while Erin Moran (Joanie Cunnigham) Cunningham) briefly left for the 1982-1983 season. Of the remaining characters, we all know what became of [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome Chuck Cunningham]], {{Chuck Cunningham|Syndrome}}, later addition Scott Baio (as Chachi Arcola) left along with Moran in 1982 but also returned, and various other characters came and went through the years.



* ''Series/{{ER}}'' transplanted most of its original cast over the fifteen seasons; while some (Susan Lewis) came back and then went away again, and some of the characters came back in the final season, the final cast was composed of none of the members of the original cast. This even gets lampshaded in the final season. One of the new characters meets one of the original characters and they realize that the staff of the hospital changed so much over the years that they have no common acquaintances. All the people who worked in the hospital when the original character left already stopped working there by the time the new character arrived.
* Only James Arness and Milburn Stone lasted through all twenty seasons of ''{{Gunsmoke}}''.

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* ''Series/{{ER}}'' transplanted most of its original cast over the fifteen seasons; while some (Susan Lewis) came back and then went away again, and some of the characters came back in the final season, the final cast was composed of none of the members of the original cast. This even gets lampshaded {{lampshade|Hanging}}d in the final season. One of the new characters meets one of the original characters and they realize that the staff of the hospital changed so much over the years that they have no common acquaintances. All the people who worked in the hospital when the original character left already stopped working there by the time the new character arrived.
* Only James Arness and Milburn Stone lasted through all twenty seasons of ''{{Gunsmoke}}''.''Series/{{Gunsmoke}}''.



* ''Series/LawAndOrder'' ended with a completely different cast than when it started. The first major cast departure happened at the end of season one. The series lost its last original cast member at the end of its tenth season, when Steven Hill's Adam Schiff retired, at which point he'd been the only remaining original for 5 years. So half of its run was done with no one from the first season cast. TheOtherWiki has [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Law_%26_Order#Casting_and_characters an entire section]] dedicated to the cast/character changes and overlaps.
** Its spin-off ''Series/LawAndOrderSVU'' has now, in its 15th season, almost completely overturned its original cast. Only Mariska Hargitay remains as a constant from season one until now; Ice-T from season two until now. Though unlike its parent program it actually maintained nearly the entirety of its original cast, with the exception of one departure in the second season, for its first twelve seasons.

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* ''Series/LawAndOrder'' ended with a completely different cast than when it started. The first major cast departure happened at the end of season one. The series lost its last original cast member at the end of its tenth season, when Steven Hill's Adam Schiff retired, at which point he'd been the only remaining original for 5 years. So half of its run was done with no one from the first season cast. TheOtherWiki [[Wiki/{{Wikipedia}} The Other Wiki]] has [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Law_%26_Order#Casting_and_characters an entire section]] dedicated to the cast/character changes and overlaps.
** Its spin-off ''Series/LawAndOrderSVU'' has now, in its 15th season, almost completely overturned its original cast. Only Mariska Hargitay Creator/MariskaHargitay remains as a constant from season one until now; Ice-T Music/IceT from season two until now. Though unlike its parent program it actually maintained nearly the entirety of its original cast, with the exception of one departure in the second season, for its first twelve seasons.



* In the first season of ''Series/MissionImpossible'', the core cast consisted of Steven Hill (Dan Briggs), Barbara Bain (Cinnamon Carter), Greg Morris (Barney Collier), Peter Lupus (Willly Armitage) and Martin Landau (Rollin Hand, who technically wasn't a permanent cast member until season two, but was in just about every season one episode as a special guest star). In season two, Hill was replaced by Peter Graves as Jim Phelps. This cast lasted two seasons, after which Landau left and was replaced by Leonard Nimoy as The Great Paris, and Bain left without getting a permanent replacement until season five, which introduced Lesley Warren as Dana, and also had Lupus' character occasionally replaced by Dr Doug Robert, played by Sam Elliot. Warren and Elliot were both gone in season six, with Lynda Day George taking over the role of the team's female member, and Lupus cementing his place on the team. In the seventh and final season, George missed out most of the first half of the season due to being pregnant and was temporarily replaced by Barbara Anderson as Mimi. Thus only two members of the cast - Morris and Lupus - lasted the entire seven season run of the show, and one of them was intermittently written out of half the episodes of one season. Number of cast members to appear in every episode: zero.

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* In the first season of ''Series/MissionImpossible'', the core cast consisted of Steven Hill (Dan Briggs), Barbara Bain (Cinnamon Carter), Greg Morris (Barney Collier), Peter Lupus (Willly (Willy Armitage) and Martin Landau (Rollin Hand, who technically wasn't a permanent cast member until season two, but was in just about every season one episode as a special guest star). In season two, Hill was replaced by Peter Graves as Jim Phelps. This cast lasted two seasons, after which Landau left and was replaced by Leonard Nimoy as The Great Paris, and Bain left without getting a permanent replacement until season five, which introduced Lesley Warren as Dana, and also had Lupus' character occasionally replaced by Dr Dr. Doug Robert, played by Sam Elliot. Warren and Elliot were both gone in season six, with Lynda Day George taking over the role of the team's female member, and Lupus cementing his place on the team. In the seventh and final season, George missed out most of the first half of the season due to being pregnant and was temporarily replaced by Barbara Anderson as Mimi. Thus only two members of the cast - Morris and Lupus - lasted the entire seven season run of the show, and one of them was intermittently written out of half the episodes of one season. Number of cast members to appear in every episode: zero.



* Only three regulars of ''Series/NightCourt'' made it all the way through the show's nine-year run: Harry Anderson as Judge Harry Stone, Richard Moll as Bull the bailiff, and John Larroquette as prosecutor Dan Fielding. Three different actresses filled the role of the second bailiff (as different characters). Karen Austin, who played the court clerk and was Judge Stone's original love interest, left before the first season was over and was eventually replaced by Charles Robinson as Mac. Four different actresses played public defenders--Gail Strickland in the pilot, Paula Kelly for the rest of Season 1, Ellen Foley for Season 2, and Markie Post for Seasons 3-9.

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* Only three regulars of ''Series/NightCourt'' made it all the way through the show's nine-year run: Harry Anderson as Judge Harry Stone, Richard Moll as Bull the bailiff, and John Larroquette as prosecutor Dan Fielding. Three different actresses filled the role of the second bailiff (as different characters). Karen Austin, who played the court clerk and was Judge Stone's original love interest, left before the first season was over and was eventually replaced by Charles Robinson as Mac. Four different actresses played public defenders--Gail Strickland in the pilot, Paula Kelly for the rest of Season 1, Ellen Foley for Season 2, and Markie Post for Seasons 3-9.the rest of the series' run.



* The Boston Celtics from 1957 to 1976. Bill Russell was the only player to win all eleven titles. Havlicek was a member for the latter half of the 60s and the two titles from the 70s. (Nobody from the 1981 Champion Roster was a member from the 1976 title team, making the '80s a {{Reboot}}.)

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* The Boston Celtics from 1957 to 1976. Bill Russell was the only player to win all eleven 11 titles. John Havlicek was a member for the latter half of the 60s and the two titles from the 70s. (Nobody from the 1981 Champion Roster championship roster was a member from the 1976 title team, making the '80s a {{Reboot}}.)



* The Houston Rockets had a long-runner cast turnover from 1981 to 1995. (During their four final appearances.) Robert Reid was the only player to play for the Rockets in 1981 and 1986 Finals. Olajuwon was the only player from the 1986 Roster to win the 1993-1994 title with the Rockets.

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* The Houston Rockets had a long-runner cast turnover from 1981 to 1995. (During 1995, a period that covered their four final appearances.) NBA Finals appearances. Robert Reid was the only player to play for the Rockets in the 1981 and 1986 Finals. Hakeem Olajuwon was the only player from the 1986 Roster to win the 1993-1994 title with the Rockets.



** Similarly, only Jackson, Kobe Bryant, and Derek Fisher were present in the Lakers 2000-2 three-peat and the two title run by the decade's end.

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** Similarly, only Jackson, Kobe Bryant, and Derek Fisher were present in the Lakers 2000-2 2000-02 three-peat and the two title two-title run by the decade's end.



** Zagallo won the first four of Brazil's titles (player in 1958\62, coach in 1970, assistant coach in 1994), and his teammate [[TheAce Pelé]] was the only one fielded in the first three. Another Brazilian, Cafu, played in the 1994 and 2002 titles (and is the only guy to play three Cup finals), while Ronaldo was in the bench in the former the first and the top goalscorer in the latter.

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** Mario Zagallo won the first four of Brazil's titles (player in 1958\62, coach in 1970, assistant coach in 1994), and his teammate [[TheAce Pelé]] was the only one fielded in the first three. Another Brazilian, Cafu, played in the 1994 and 2002 titles (and is the only guy to play three Cup finals), while Ronaldo was in the bench in the former the first and the top goalscorer in the latter.



* The Detroit Red Wings had a mini-dynasty with four StanleyCup titles, only two consecutive (1997-98, 2002 and 2008), to the point the last had a different coach. Five guys remained in all championships (Nicklas Lidstrom, Kris Draper, Kirk Maltby, Darren McCarty, and Tomas Holmstrom), while Chris Osgood was absent from the third one.
* In an indirect way, only three people were present in all three Pittsburgh Penguins Stanley Cups (1991-2 and 2009): Mario Lemieux (TheLeader in the first two, owner in the third), Gilles Meloche (goaltender coach in all) and Kevin Stevens (player in the first two, scout in the third, to the point he wasn't engraved).
* The Mighty Ducks of Anaheim lost the Stanley Cup in 2003, and won as Anaheim Ducks in 2007. Only Jean-Sebastien Giguere, Rob Niedermayer, and Samuel Pahlsson were Ducks in both series (in 2003, Andy [=McDonald=] was the playoffs but missed the finals to injury). Rob's older brother Scott won twice, with the Devils in 2003 and as Anaheim captain. Counting non-players, Bryan Murray lost both (Ducks GM in 2003 and Senators coach four years later).

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* The Detroit Red Wings had a mini-dynasty with four StanleyCup titles, only two consecutive (1997-98, 2002 and 2008), to the point the last had a different coach. Five guys remained in all championships (Nicklas Lidstrom, Lidström, Kris Draper, Kirk Maltby, Darren McCarty, and Tomas Holmstrom), Holmström), while Chris Osgood was absent from the third one.
* In an indirect way, only three people were present in all three Pittsburgh Penguins Stanley Cups (1991-2 and 2009): Mario Lemieux (TheLeader in the first two, owner in the third), Gilles Meloche (goaltender coach in all) and Kevin Stevens (player in the first two, scout in the third, to the point he wasn't engraved).
engraved on the Cup).
* The Mighty Ducks of Anaheim lost the Stanley Cup in 2003, and won as Anaheim Ducks in 2007. Only Jean-Sebastien Jean-Sébastien Giguere, Rob Niedermayer, and Samuel Pahlsson were Ducks in both series (in 2003, Andy [=McDonald=] was the playoffs but missed the finals to injury). Rob's older brother Scott won twice, with the Devils in 2003 and as Anaheim captain. Counting non-players, Bryan Murray lost both (Ducks GM in 2003 and Senators coach four years later).



* The New York Yankees had two such stretches: The Joe [=McCarthy=] era from 1931-45, where the team won 7 World Series and featured all-time greats like Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, and Joe [=DiMaggio=], and the Casey Stengel era from 1949-60, where they won another 7 World Series and featured all-time greates like Mickey Mantle, Whitey Ford, and Yogi Berra. The third best stretch was under Joe Torre in the 1990s-2000s, though Derek Jeter and Mariano Rivera were the only two players to win all four World Series championships with him.

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* The New York Yankees had two such stretches: The Joe [=McCarthy=] era from 1931-45, where the team won 7 World Series and featured all-time greats like Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, and Joe [=DiMaggio=], and the Casey Stengel era from 1949-60, where they won another 7 World Series and featured all-time greates greats like Mickey Mantle, Whitey Ford, and Yogi Berra. The third best stretch was under Joe Torre in the 1990s-2000s, though Derek Jeter and Mariano Rivera were the only two players to win all four World Series championships with him.



* Tom Brady and coach Bill Belichick were the only ones present in the four New England Patriots SuperBowl victories (from 2002 to 2014).

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* Tom Brady Creator/TomBrady and coach Bill Belichick were the only ones present in the four New England Patriots SuperBowl victories (from 2002 to 2014).2014).

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* Three nations have won more than one Rugby World Cup—Australia (1991, 1999), South Africa (1995, 2007), and New Zealand (1987, 2011, 2015). All three nations illustrate this trope to a greater or lesser extent:
** Australia: Only five players from the 1991 squad were there for 1999—Dan Crowley, John Eales, Tim Horan, Phil Kearns, and Jason Little.
** South Africa: Os du Randt was the only member of the 1995 squad, featured in ''Film/{{Invictus}}'' (though he wasn't mentioned in either the film or the book it was based on), to play in the 2007 Cup. He retired as a player immediately after the 2007 final (in which he played the entire game).
** New Zealand: While the trope doesn't apply between 2011 and 2015, with 14 players appearing on both of those title teams, it definitely holds true with respect to 1987 and 2011. Five of the players on the 2011 title team ''had yet to be born'' when the All Blacks won the first RWC in 1987[[note]]on 20 June to be exact[[/note]]. The oldest member of the 2011 squad, Brad Thorn, was 12 at that time (and more than three years older than any of his teammates).
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* The Film/JamesBond film series has four major recurring roles: Bond, M, Q, and Miss Moneypenny. Eighteen actors[[note]]Counting [[Film/DrNo Peter Burton's Major Boothroyd]] as Q[[/note]] have played these roles over the twenty-four official movies.

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* The Film/JamesBond film series has four major recurring roles: Bond, M, Q, and Miss Moneypenny. Eighteen actors[[note]]Counting [[Film/DrNo Peter Burton's Major Boothroyd]] as Q[[/note]] have played these roles over the twenty-four official movies. Two more intermittently recurring roles, Blofeld and Felix Leiter, have been played by seven actors apiece.
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* ''Series/NewTricks'' will have no original cast members left by the end of Series 12 in 2015. James Bolam (Jack Halford) left after the first episode of Series 9, while Alun Armstrong (Brian Lane) followed after four episodes of Series 10, and Amanda Redman (Sandra Pullman) left four episodes later. Dennis Waterman (Gerry Standing) is due to leave two episodes into Series 12.

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* ''Series/NewTricks'' will have had no original cast members left by the end of Series 12 in 2015. the series. James Bolam (Jack Halford) left after the first episode of Series 9, while Alun Armstrong (Brian Lane) followed after four episodes of Series 10, and Amanda Redman (Sandra Pullman) left four episodes later. later, and finally Dennis Waterman (Gerry Standing) is due to leave left two episodes into Series 12.12 (the final series).
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