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07-17-2014, 08:25 AM
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Who was the first goalie to be replaced during a game in NHL history, and when did happen?
On Dec. 19, 1917, opening night of the 1917-18 season, in the game between the Wanderers and Toronto, Toronto goalie Sammy Hebert, after giving up 5 goals in the first period, was replaced by Art Brooks. Brooks also surrendered 5 goals, and the Wanderers won the game 10-9.

The second instance of a goalie replacing a goalie was rather more famous, and it didn't happen until the 1925-26 season.

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Only one-for-one captain swap in NHL history?

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Only one-for-one captain swap in NHL history?
Callahan for St. Louis.

Who is the goaltender pictured on my avatar?

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there have been a couple

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Harry and Ron Howell. New York Rangers and Montreal Alouettes
For the record Ron Howell was voted most valuable Canadian for the Hamilton Tiger Cats in 1958. He also played four games for the New York Rangers, the same team his brother Harry played for when he won the Norris Trophy in 1967.

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For the record Ron Howell was voted most valuable Canadian for the Hamilton Tiger Cats in 1958.
Interesting. Had no idea Harry had a football/hockey playing brother. Looked him up. Junior with the Guelph Biltmores. Youve got those 4 games with the Rangers over a few seasons along with a couple of years playing OHA Sr.; played one season for the Vancouver Canucks of the old WHL, couple of years with the Long Island Ducks early 60's in the notorious EHL, final year of Sr. around 63/64. Ron playing football in the CFL summers, Sr. & Minor-Pro winters. Did not know that.

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Whose father was the referee for the first ever Olympic ice hockey game?

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Whose father was the referee for the first ever Olympic ice hockey game?
do you mean the 1920 summer games?

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do you mean the 1920 summer games?
If that's when the first Olympic ice hockey game was, then that's what I mean.

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Foster Hewitt's father, W. A. Hewitt?

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That would be Damian Rhodes.

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What player has the longest time gap between their first and second NHL goal?

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What player has the longest time gap between their first and second NHL goal?
Fred Hucul-this came up earlier in the year

just checked the thread--

there is an argument between


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Fred "Stoneface" Hucul 15
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here is one that you will either know or do not know---will give a fairly easy hint

In the late 70s and early 80s the vancouver canucks did something when they pulled their netminder that caused a new rule to be introduced

what was it?

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here is one that you will either know or do not know---will give a fairly easy hint

In the late 70s and early 80s the vancouver canucks did something when they pulled their netminder that caused a new rule to be introduced

what was it?
Left the stick in the crease.

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Left the stick in the crease.
yep--I call it the canuck rule because the canucks were so bad and pulled their netminder so much at the time-it was happening almost every game.

Canucks would leave the stick across the goal line

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Fred Hucul-this came up earlier in the year

just checked the thread--

there is an argument between


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Fred "Stoneface" Hucul 15
Larry "The Rock" Zeidel 14
Hucul and Zeidel went the longest between scoring goals, but not the longest between goal #1 and goal #2. So this is still unanswered.

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Hucul and Zeidel went the longest between scoring goals, but not the longest between goal #1 and goal #2. So this is still unanswered.
Lee Fogolin or Ken Morrow.

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Lee Fogolin or Ken Morrow.
Nope. It's >5 years (question is phrased in terms of time rather than GP).

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What player has the longest time gap between their first and second NHL goal?
Martin Brodeur

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Most disallowed goals in a game -

Dont know if this has been brought up before.

Blackhawks v Blue Jackets 2011

Total of 4 disallowed goals. 3 for Chicago, 1 for Columbus

Could this be a record? I have no idea.

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Martin Brodeur
Ooooh good guess. Weird quirk here, Brodeur scored his first goal in the postseason, at 24. Then he scored his first regular season goal at 27, and then again when he was 40. So I guess those are technically his 1st and 2nd goals, but not really Also the actual answer might even have a higher gap - the way MS phrased it makes it seem like it's some journeyman player.

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Ooooh good guess. Weird quirk here, Brodeur scored his first goal in the postseason, at 24. Then he scored his first regular season goal at 27, and then again when he was 40. So I guess those are technically his 1st and 2nd goals, but not really Also the actual answer might even have a higher gap - the way MS phrased it makes it seem like it's some journeyman player.
Not Daigle? Great nickname BTW.

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Ooooh good guess. Weird quirk here, Brodeur scored his first goal in the postseason, at 24. Then he scored his first regular season goal at 27, and then again when he was 40. So I guess those are technically his 1st and 2nd goals, but not really Also the actual answer might even have a higher gap - the way MS phrased it makes it seem like it's some journeyman player.
Ha, I actually did think it was some journeyman player.

Didn't realize that Brodeur had taken the record (going by regular season goals), and he's a way neater answer to the question.

Other answer was Dwight Schofield.

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