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11-23-2012, 09:52 PM
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Originally Posted by BubbaBoot View Post
Boyo that would've been something for that it was Williams broke that 30/200 mark two seasons later along with Stan Smyl and Paul Holmgren.

The following season he became the first (and only) 30/300, (making his only All Star appearance too) and the following year Al Secord took it one further and became the only 40/300 player.

As far as Eddie Shack goes, what a wingnut....loved him when he played briefly for the Bruins, ([B]saw him get two separate charging penalties that occurred at both ends of the rink on the same shift).[/B
That is exactly how I remember him, Shack and Tiger are two of the biggest "character" guys I remember.

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