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The Sports Archives – Stanley Cup Memories and Fun Facts

Lord Stanley’s Cup goes to the last NHL team standing after a series of four playoff rounds where each round is best-of-seven.  The playoffs usually run mid-April to early June and are, in my opinion, the toughest 7-8 weeks of … Continue reading

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The Sports Archives – Stanley Cup Memories – 1969 and the Montreal Canadiens

The year 1969 was not just another ordinary year in the NHL.  We saw a lot of ‘firsts’ come out of 1969.  What wasn’t a ‘first’ was the Montreal Canadiens winning the Stanley Cup for the 16th time and second … Continue reading

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The Sports Archives – Stanley Cup Memories – Hull Doubles Up in Dallas and Detroit

The golden years of hockey may start when a player reaches the age of 35.  No doubt, Gordie Howe and Chris Chelios would argue that, however either way, when a professional hockey player reaches that age, his playing days are … Continue reading

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The Sports Archives Greatest Moments – Hockey Goals 2 Seconds Apart!

In a game between the Boston Bruins and the St. Louis Blues on December 19, 1987, the Blues’ Doug Gilmour scored just 2 seconds after Ken Linseman scored for the Bruins. The Blues were up 6-4 when Linseman closed the … Continue reading

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The Sports Archives Greatest Moments – Hockey’s Bobby Orr Stanley Cup Winning Goal

Bobby Orr joined the NHL Boston Bruins in 1966 at a time when the Bruins had not won a Stanley Cup since 1941.  Orr was one of the greatest players to ever play the game and remains the only defenseman … Continue reading

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