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Isnt the answer Greg Neeld? First player to wear a visor after he lost an eye in the early 70's.

Answer = Moxey
Neeld never played in the NHL, he only played for the Toronto Toros. As for your other answer, it's incorrect.

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01-02-2014, 06:55 PM
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Neeld never played in the NHL, he only played for the Toronto Toros. As for your other answer, it's incorrect.
Looked it up...

April 4/76
Seals 5 LA 2
Final Goal Scored by Jim Moxey

and ya, couldnt slip Neeld by ya huh?

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01-02-2014, 07:05 PM
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Looked it up...

April 4/76
Seals 5 LA 2
Final Goal Scored by Jim Moxey

and ya, couldnt slip Neeld by ya huh?
Oakland Seals. Moxey scored the final goal for the California Golden Seals. I'm talking about the 67-70 Oakland Seals.

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What was the score of the first two NHL games and between who?

Note: Both games were played on the same day
Well, this could get Killion going on the whole Eddie Livingstone story that led to the start of the NHL, but Montreal (Wanderers) defeated the new Toronto team, 10-9; and Montreal (Canadiens) beat Ottawa, 7-4. All but the Toronto team had been in the NHA.

I still say when the new Toronto 2 team comes on board in the NHL, we rehabilitate ole Eddie's memory by naming them the Blueshirts, hang their 1914 Cup banner in the Markham Arena or wherever the new team calls home. Let Eddie have the last laugh on the NHL.

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Oakland Seals. Moxey scored the final goal for the California Golden Seals. I'm talking about the 67-70 Oakland Seals.
Oh Ok. Well wont cheat & look it up. Wild guess; Earl Ingarfield?

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Oh Ok. Well wont cheat & look it up. Wild guess; Earl Ingarfield?
Nope but good guess, he actually got an assist on the goal! As a hint, the goal scorer spent part of his career with Toronto and Detroit.

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I remember that incident but MacTavish wasn't the first.
Salming.

What is with the pop ups on this site all of a sudden?

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Salming.

What is with the pop ups on this site all of a sudden?
Read my earlier post though I believe Salming got a visor earlier then most guys.

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Nope but good guess, he actually got an assist on the goal! As a hint, the goal scorer spent part of his career with Toronto and Detroit.
Gotta be Gerry Ehman.

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Gotta be Gerry Ehman.
Nope, as another hint the goal scorer won the Bill Masterton Trophy at some point in his career.

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Nope, as another hint the goal scorer won the Bill Masterton Trophy at some point in his career.
Verrrrrry obscure. Trick question but theres only one other possibility & the
Masterton gives it away; Ted Tick Hampson.... from Togo Saskatchewan.

Lil feller.... and Assist to Earl Ingarfield ya say? Gotta link to prove it?

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Who was the only player who competed for Canada in the Olympics and in the 1972 Summit Series?

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I'm thinking Ron Ellis. Didn't he retire for a period and then come back?

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I'm thinking Ron Ellis. Didn't he retire for a period and then come back?
No, it's somebody who was more of a bit player in 72.

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Verrrrrry obscure. Trick question but theres only one other possibility & the
Masterton gives it away; Ted Tick Hampson.... from Togo Saskatchewan.

Lil feller.... and Assist to Earl Ingarfield ya say? Gotta link to prove it?
Correct. http://www.flyershistory.com/cgi-bin....cgi?H19690452

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heres a question I TWICE stumped hockey trivia guru, Liam McGuire, on.


WHo scored the most points in his FINAL NHL season?


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heres a question I TWICE stumped hockey trivia guru, Liam McGuire, on.


WHo scored the most points in his FINAL NHL season?
Frank Mahovlich

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heres a question I TWICE stumped hockey trivia guru, Liam McGuire, on.

WHo scored the most points in his FINAL NHL season?
Ha, I misinterpreted your question to mean which player recorded the highest point total of his career in his last year. Syl Apps is a good candidate there, but there are others with shorter careers (Ivan Hlinka for example).

I now realize you meant who has the record for most points in the last year on his NHL career. Håkan Loob is the answer.


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Paul Henderson?

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.... was only kidding GoodOl22. But nice job.

so, what was Eddie Shacks Penalty for there in the 3rd? And if you know the answer to that, Gold Star time.

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I'm pretty sure it is Rod Seiling.

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I'm pretty sure it is Rod Seiling.
Got it

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Most game winning goals in a season? Hint: It was done three times, at 16 a piece. Two players did this, one player did it twice. The other once.

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Most game winning goals in a season? Hint: It was done three times, at 16 a piece. Two players did this, one player did it twice. The other once.
First thought was Jagr...but I don't think I had heard that about him before...

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