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03-29-2013, 03:31 AM
nik jr
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4-11-1938 montreal gazette described doc romnes as "a slow-moving but fine playmaking centre."

about 3/4 down of 1st column on page 16

chuck gardiner is another of the goalies who have been scored on in playoffs from the neutral zone. from game 3 of '34 finals:
Originally Posted by Border Cities Star: 4-9-1934
The clubs fought it out with grim determination for 13 minutes and 15 seconds in the third period before Young blistered his shot past Gardiner from almost centre ice.
same article calls gardiner "the world's greatest goalie."

Gardiner also skated to his own bench and yelled at Gottselig. fans then booed Gardiner. Chicago lost 2-5.

page 22, near bottom of 1st column

many great goalies allowed bad goals from the neutral zone in playoffs. i am surely forgetting some, but i can think of: roy, esposito, benedict, lehman, gardiner, brodeur, osgood, dan ellis, cloutier, quick

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