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The Memorial Cup has been awarded to Canada's best junior hockey team since 1919. With the Windsor Spitfires winning in 2009 and 2010, five different teams have won the trophy in consecutive seasons since tournament format changes in 1972.
Published by Tom Samworth 78 months ago in Hockey | +3 votes | 0 comments
Only four have been name coach of the year in both the American Hockey League and National Hockey League. Included in the four are the great names of Fred Shero of the Philadelphia Flyers and Don Cherry of the Boston Bruins.
Published by Tom Samworth 78 months ago in Hockey | +2 votes | 1 comments
The Dudley 'Red' Garrett Memorial Award has been handed out in each American Hockey League season since 1947-48 to the league's rookie of the year. Many of the recipients of the Garrett Award have gone on to careers in the National Hockey League and a few have become superstars.
Published by Tom Samworth 79 months ago in Hockey | +6 votes | 0 comments
The 2001 Hockey Hall of Fame inductees included three of the greatest goal scorers in NHL history. Between Mike Gartner, Dale Hawerchuk and Jari Kurri, the three scored 1827 regular season NHL goals combined.
Published by Tom Samworth 79 months ago in Hockey | +10 votes | 2 comments
The St. Louis Blues have been a part of the National Hockey League since the 1967-68 season. Although no Stanley Cup victories have come their way, the Blues have enjoyed having some great NHL players on their roster over the years.
Published by Tom Samworth 79 months ago in Hockey | +9 votes | 3 comments
The Peterborough Petes have been a part of Ontario Hockey League history since the 1950's. The OHL team has produced many National Hockey League stars and even a few Hockey Hall of Fame members.
Published by Tom Samworth 79 months ago in Hockey | +6 votes | 0 comments
Mostly due to a building process that began while the team was known as the Quebec Nordiques, the National Hockey League's Colorado Avalanche have enjoyed great success since moving to Denver for the 1995-96 season. Over their 15 year NHL history, the Avalanche have retired the numbers of four greats.
Published by Tom Samworth 79 months ago in Hockey | +4 votes | 0 comments
1950-51 is often noted as the season the National Hockey League entered the modern era. That year in the NHL was filled with history that can be relived here, by the numbers.
Published by Tom Samworth 79 months ago in Hockey | +6 votes | 1 comments
Six players have been honoured by the National Hockey League's Buffalo Sabres by having their jersey numbers retired. All are truly deserving and three are members of the Hockey Hall of Fame.
Published by Tom Samworth 79 months ago in Hockey | +9 votes | 2 comments
The Belleville Bulls are quietly one of the top producers of professional hockey players in the Ontario Hockey League. Along the way, they have produced three Eddie Powers Memorial Trophy winners as the top point-getter in the OHL.
Published by Tom Samworth 79 months ago in Hockey | +10 votes | 3 comments
No other National Hockey League team has picked first overall at the NHL Entry Draft three years in a row. The Quebec Nordiques used this rarity to build a Stanley Cup winning team in the 1990's.
Published by Tom Samworth 80 months ago in Hockey | +5 votes | 1 comments
There have been just 5 players in the history of the National Hockey League to reach the 150 point plateau in a single season. The first, Phil Esposito, did it in 1970-71 and the last, Mario Lemieux, accomplished the feat in 1995-96.
Published by Tom Samworth 80 months ago in Hockey | +7 votes | 1 comments
The 1979 inductees to the Hockey Hall of Fame included three players and one builder. One of the players was the greatest National Hockey League defenseman of all-time and another has won more Stanley Cups that any other player in hockey history.
Published by Tom Samworth 80 months ago in Hockey | +2 votes | 1 comments
Through their rich, but short, history in the World Hockey Association and the National Hockey League, the Quebec Nordiques retired the numbers of four great hockey players. Since moving to Denver and becoming the Colorado Avalanche, the franchise has dishonoured the four and put them back into circulation.
Published by Tom Samworth 80 months ago in Hockey | +2 votes | 0 comments
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