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07-12-2012, 10:19 AM
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I'm not exactly surprised, since I found an error in the NHL record as late as the mid-1980s, and I imagine that things were harder back in the early 1960s.

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The official National Hockey League statistics for 1984-85 credit Bob Froese with two losses. However, research has shown that the November 1, 1984 loss to Winnipeg was incorrectly given to Froese as the fifth goal was allowed by Pelle Lindbergh. From the Gettsyburg Times: "The Jets opened up a three-goal lead at 23 seconds of the third period when Robert Picard took a pass from (Dale) Hawerchuk in front of the goal and went over substitute goalie Pelle Lindbergh."
Since Froese only had one (or two) losses in the entire season, this one was pretty easy to find with a bit of microfilm.

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