Even when it came to selecting an All-Star Team, Bobby Orr rose above the competition.
When the results of voting by the National Hockey League Writers' Association were released for 1968-69, Orr secured 176 of a possible 180 points.
His nearest rival with 175 points was Chicago left winger Bobby Hull.
While Orr, at 21 years-old, was the youngest member of the 1969 All-Star Team, Gordie Howe held the title as the oldest at 41. Howe earned 174 points and started at right wing.
Joining Orr on the blue line was veteran Tim Horton. The Maple Leaf defenceman raked-in 123
On the Second All-Star Team, Boston's Ted Green (77 points) and Montreal's Ted Harris (67) were paired together.