November 11: This Day in NHL History

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November 11 NHL History 1930: The NHL comes to Philadelphia for the first time. But the Philadelphia Quakers lose 3-0 to the New York Rangers when goaltender John Ross Roach earns his 28th NHL shutout. The Quakers go 4-36-4 and drop out of the League after one season, leaving Philadelphia without an NHL team until the arrival of […]

September 23: This Day in NHL History

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September 23 NHL History 1991: Forward Mike Bossy and defenseman Denis Potvin, two cornerstones of the New York Islanders’ dynasty of the early 1980s, are among five men inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame. They are joined by forward Clint Smith, a star in the pre-World War II era; longtime Toronto Maple Leafs center Bob Pulford; and Scotty […]