January 21: This Day in NHL History

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THIS DATE IN HISTORY: Jan. 21 1945: The Boston Bruins set an NHL record for the fastest four goals by one team during a 14-3 victory against the New York Rangers at Boston Garden. The Bruins score four times in a span of 1:20 in the second period. Bill Cowley leads Boston with four goals, and Ken Smith […]

June 20: This Day in NHL History

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June 20 NHL History 1995: Defenseman Scott Niedermayer’s spectacular goal and a more conventional one by forward Jim Dowd carry the New Jersey Devils within two wins of their first Stanley Cup championship. Niedermayer uses his speed to blast through the neutral zone and drive in on Detroit Red Wings goaltender Mike Vernon. His shot misses […]