Mike Bossy

Today’s voyage through National Hockey League history will be a long one as it begins in the first season played and finishes in 2020. In the over 100 years of memories made on this date, we saw hat tricks, plenty of assists, goaltending milestones and a whole slew of big moments. Let’s get our journey
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One of the greatest goal scorers in National Hockey League history had two big achievements on this date. He was far from the only member of the Hockey Hall of Fame to have a memorable night and a trio of All-Star Games were played. Let’s take our daily trip back through time and relive the
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Jan. 2 has been a very unique date in National Hockey League history. It has seen two legends of the game do their thing in five different decades. A pair of goaltenders accomplished an extremely rare feat and there were even a couple of outdoor games for good measure. Let’s fire up our hockey time
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A hat trick is one of the NHL’s rarest achievements with only 97 during the 2018-19 season, or roughly one in 7.6 percent of games. That’s more rare than a shutout, with 154 in 2018-19, or one in 12.1 percent of games, or a shorthanded goal, of which there were 233 last season, or one
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Nov. 16 has seen quite a few memorable moments in National Hockey League history, including an “Original 6” franchise taking the ice for the first time. This was also a big date for a Hall of Fame goaltender and for defensemen finding the scoresheet. Rangers Win NHL Debut This is a very important date in
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The New York Islanders are a storied franchise. Coming into the league in 1972, they wasted no time at all. Within eight seasons of coming into the NHL, they would go on to become one of the best dynasties in NHL history. They went on to win four Stanley Cups – straight – from 1979-80
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Perhaps the greatest defenseman in National Hockey League history hit a pair of milestones, with two different teams, on this date. Plus, the Nassau Coliseum hosted a handful of memorable moments and a current general manager built his Hall of Fame credentials during his playing career. Orr Makes Even More History When you had the
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Today we look back at another busy day in National Hockey League history. May 7 has seen its fair share of Stanley Cup Final games, legendary players doing what they do best and some impressive streaks getting extended. Stanley Cup Final Moments On May 7, 1968, rookie defenseman Serge Savard scored his first career playoff
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