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The 1983 NHL Entry Draft was particularly strong and produced many great players as well as some of the game's all-time tough guys. Steve Yzerman proved to be the greatest of the 1983 picks but the draft also produced the likes of Pat Lafontaine, Cam Neely and Bob Probert.
Published by Tom Samworth 76 months ago in Hockey | +0 votes | 0 comments
Published by Review Summaries 76 months ago in Hockey | +0 votes | 0 comments
For five NHL players, job stability just wasn't an option. These five players dressed for at least 10 different teams during their National Hockey League career and one appeared for 12 teams.
Published by Tom Samworth 76 months ago in Hockey | +6 votes | 1 comments
For some National Hockey League teams, drafted and developing a player that will go on to a career of 1,000 or more games is a rarity. The Montreal Canadiens drafted four at the 1984 NHL Entry Draft that all accomplished this feat.
Published by Tom Samworth 76 months ago in Hockey | +4 votes | 3 comments
The first round of the 1973 NHL Amateur Draft produced several great National Hockey League players. In fact, the sixteen players chosen collectively played in nearly 10,000 NHL regular season games and three are in the Hockey Hall of Fame.
Published by Tom Samworth 76 months ago in Hockey | +5 votes | 0 comments
The Memorial Cup is the ultimate prize in Canadian major junior hockey. Since the format changed to a tournament style in 1972, the host city has won the Memorial Cup on eight occasions.
Published by Tom Samworth 76 months ago in Hockey | +2 votes | 0 comments
Three players since the Jean Beliveau Trophy was introduced in the QMJHL in 1969-70 have won the scoring race then gone on to win the Art Ross Trophy in the National Hockey League. All three became first overall picks at the NHL Entry Draft and all three are truly hockey superstars.
Published by Tom Samworth 76 months ago in Hockey | +5 votes | 0 comments
The St. Louis Blues achieved early National Hockey League success, making it to the Stanley Cup finals in their first three years of existence. Helping out the Blues were a handful of NHL veterans, such as Glenn Hall and Jacques Plante, among others.
Published by Tom Samworth 76 months ago in Hockey | +4 votes | 3 comments
The Niagara Falls Flyers that existed between 1960 and 1972 are the ancestors of the Ontario Hockey League's Sudbury Wolves. During their existence, the Flyers produced three scoring champions, including Boston Bruins great Derek Sanderson.
Published by Tom Samworth 77 months ago in Hockey | +7 votes | 2 comments
The Ontario Hockey League saw the first player to total 100 or more assists in a single season in 1975-76. Since, five others have accomplished the feat, including Wayne Gretzky and current NHLer Andrew Brunette.
Published by Tom Samworth 77 months ago in Hockey | +3 votes | 1 comments
The Kamloops Chiefs were early ancestors of the current Seattle Thunderbirds WHL. None of the team's players over their four years are in the Hockey Hall of Fame but there were some players that went on to decent NHL careers.
Published by Tom Samworth 77 months ago in Hockey | +1 votes | 1 comments
The Hershey Bears have been the foundation of the American Hockey League since 1938-39. Hershey's single season records for goals, assists and points all come from different eras of the team's AHL history.
Published by Tom Samworth 77 months ago in Hockey | +3 votes | 0 comments
The Toronto Maple Leafs have never been called the most offensively talented team in the National Hockey League. However, their single season records for goals, assists and points are respectable and above average compared to other NHL teams.
Published by Tom Samworth 77 months ago in Hockey | +1 votes | 0 comments
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