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Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Today in NHL History


April 16, 1980
Buffalos' Don Edwards recorded the the only shutout of his playoff career as the Sabres beat Chicago 5-0 in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Quarter-Finals at the Aud.

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Obtained blue sharpie IP at Leaf alumni event.

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

It happened today in NHL History

 

April 17, 1983

 
 

Buffalo's Mike Ramsey became the second defenseman in NHL history to score goals in four straight playoff games, when the Sabres defeated the Boston Bruins 4-3 at the Aud, in Game 3 of the Adams Division Finals.

 

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Obtained blue ink signature IP at NHL Slo-Pitch tourney

It happened this day in NHL History

 

 

April 15, 1973

 

Along with picking up an assist, Chicago defenseman Pat Stapleton tied a team playoff record for most goals by a defenseman, when he scored two in a 5-4 Black Hawks' win over the Rangers, in Game Two of their Semi-Final playoff series.

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Received blue ink signature TTM

Monday, April 14, 2014

Today in NHL History

 

April 14, 1992

 

Steve Larmer played in his 800th consecutive game, when the Blackhawks played their season finale at St. Louis (losing 5-3). The milestone left Larmer third on the NHL's all time list behind Doug Jarvis (964) and Garry Unger (914).

 

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Blue ink signed cards. The Larmer and Unger were IP at the NHL Slo-Pitch tournament in Niagara Falls in the 80’s. The Jarvis was obtained by my brother at a wedding he was a guest at. He told me before he went so I gave him some cards to get signed. Thus the personalization on this one.

Sunday, April 13, 2014

This Day in NHL History

 

April 13, 2002

L.A. Kings goaltender Felix Potvin appeared in his 71st game of the season to break Rogie Vachon's 24-year-old club record for games played by a goaltender; the record came in a 3-1 loss to the Sharks at San Jose.
 
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Faded blue sharpie IP. Again, at Leafs training camp in Hamilton.
 
Even though Felix played for a few other teams, I’ll always remember him for this incident.
 

Saturday, April 12, 2014

Today in NHL History

 

 

April 12, 2000

Goaltender Curtis Joseph recorded his 9th career playoff shutout when the Maple Leafs won 2-1 over the visiting Ottawa Senators in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Quarter-Finals.

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Black sharpie marker IP. Obtained at Copps Coliseum when Leafs held training camp there. Got as he was leaving the car  rental office in the mall there. He was going out for some golf. Something like my Maple Leafs are getting ready to do after ending the season with another loss, 1-0 to Ottawa.

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Friday, April 11, 2014

This Day in NHL history

 

April 11, 1980

 

Islanders trailed the Kings 3-1 after two periods but came back to win on Ken Morrow's overtime goal at 6:55, in Game 3 of the Preliminary Round. Morrow became just the third rookie defenseman in NHL history to score an overtime playoff goal.
 
 
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Black sharpie TTM

 

Did you know

In the 1981 TV movie about the 1980 gold medal-winning U.S. Hockey team called Miracle on Ice, he is played by Scott Feraco.

Morrow was portrayed by actor Casey Burnette in the 2004 Disney movie Miracle.