Magic - wow. No way on that one. Rivera, sure. Jeter, no. If the Yankees had been trying hard to win, I'm not sure Jeter's on their roster last year, and probably not in the role he was in. Richter, no, he wasn't a generational talent, and he was horribly injured his last few seasons, including his final one - his final game was in November of 2002. Elway, obviously. Lidstrom is the one I forgot.
I mean sure - but Brodeur wanted more, and the Devils didn't. Same thing happened to Willie Mays. It can't always go perfectly.
"Generational talent" is a pretty subjective word. To double check I wasn't completely insane I googled "top 10 NBA players of all time" and in the first 4 links he shows up in the top 3 in all of them. Not concrete proof, but he clearly impacted the game in a meaningful way.
I mention Richter because I believe he is now the all times GP leader for NHL goalies with a single team. I could be wrong on that, I am going off a vague memory of a in-game info graphic.