Wayne Gretzky

On this date, the Hall of Fame opened its doors to the greatest player who ever laced up a pair of skates in the National Hockey League. Also, we saw a pair of historic first overall draft picks made on June 23. The Class of 99 The Hockey Hall of Fame announced its newest class
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June 6 has been a very busy day over through National Hockey League History. A pair of expansion drafts were held on this date, including the first one ever. Lord Stanley called California home for the first time and Bean Town acquired one of its most beloved players. Expansion is the Word of the Day
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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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April 25 has provided us with some great playoff moments throughout the history of the National Hockey League. Two of the greatest players to ever lace up a pair of skates had offensive explosions on a date that saw plenty of great postseason moments. The Great One & Super Mario Go Off Two of the
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If you had to choose two words to describe April 24 throughout the history of the National Hockey League, “overtime goal” would be the perfect pair to use. This date has provided some of the most memorable playoff goals ever scored, as well as some legends breaking records. More OT Goals Than You Can Shake
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Some of the National Hockey League’s “Original 6” teams made postseason memories on this date. However, there are plenty of the league’s newer franchises who made their mark on Stanley Cup playoff history on April 23, as well. A Big Date in Red Wings History The Detroit Red Wings can fondly look back on this
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April 18 is a very historic date as the greatest player in National Hockey League history laced up his skates for the final time. In addition to a legend saying goodbye, there was a whole slew of Stanley Cup playoff firsts that happened on this date. The Great One Says Goodbye When the New York
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If you are explaining, you are losing— J.C. Watts If true, the Los Angeles Kings have done one hell of a lot of ‘splainin’ over their 45-year history. However, thanks to the heroics of Jonathan Quick, Anze Kopitar, Dustin Brown and company, they have two Stanley Cups. Therefore, the correct and proper rejoinder when confronted
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April 12 has been a very eventful date in National Hockey League history. The greatest player in the game was one of many future Hall of Famers who made his mark on this date. Numerous Stanley Cup records were set and broken, as well. All the Assists for Gretzky There was something about this date
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The Edmonton Oilers have been home to some of the best players to ever play the game. From their dynasty days in the 1980s to the modern-day NHL, nine Oilers have scored 100 points in a single season. Here’s a look at those nine players who have reached the century mark while playing in Oil
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March 28 is a significant date in National Hockey League history with some of the biggest names and greatest players to ever take the ice having historic moments. Between some of the top goal-scorers and the best netminders hitting major milestones, this date belongs in the Hall of Fame. Gretzky Sets the All-Time Mark &
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