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The 80 Second Game

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02-13-2013, 08:18 AM
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The 80 Second Game

Around playoff time, many sportscasters reminisce about the longest games to ever be played. However, with all the talk of the longest games, no one ever mentions the shortest games. Probably because all hockey games last a minimum of 60 minutes. Or do they?


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Fascinating story! I don't think there would have been too many occasions when a professional hockey game has started at 11.00 pm.

There was one NHL game that was abandoned after only 9 minutes. On November 10, 1948, unseasonably warm temperatures caused a fog bank to occur inside the Boston Garden during a game between the Boston Bruins and Detroit Red Wings. Referee Bill Chadwick abandoned the game due to poor visibility. The game was replayed the following night, with Boston winning 4-1.

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