Added a second quiz for anyone who thought the first was too easy. I wanted to get the top 10, but it's such an obscure stat it was hard to find those 8 alone. I'd imagine one on that second quiz would stump most people, but who knows, maybe DevilsFanatic will blow though this one too.
This might not be that interesting after all, but since someone brought this up, I know there's a story about Finnish goalie legend Jukka Tammi (actually the veteran who Toskala took over in Ilves team) scoring a goal while the opposing GOALIE IN GOAL.
Look at his 81/82 season in A-juniors. http://www.eurohockey.net/players/sh...gi?serial=1065
The story tells that Tammi and the other goalie () made a deal during the last intermission that whichever of them shoots the puck towards the other, he has to let it in. Well, later in the game the crowd heard someone yell "Oh my god, it's coming right at me...!!"
Goaltenders were also involved in the offense in the early days of ice hockey. Hall of Fame goaltender Paddy Moran was beaten once by the opposing team's goaltender, though not in the NHL. The Montreal Star reported that poor officiating resulted in only the goaltenders left on the ice; Fred Brophy, the opposing goaltender, and Moran both exchanged scoring attempts, before Brophy beat Moran, while the latter and most of the spectators "convulsed in laughter"
That's from Without Fear: Hockey's 50 greatest goaltenders by Kevin Allen, Bob Duff and Johnny Bower.