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Today in NHL History – February 9


2005 – NHL commissioner Gary Bettman said that a deal between the league and the players’ association would have to be in place before the end of the week to save the season.

1992 – Mike Gartner tied an NHL record when he reached the 30-goal mark for the 13th straight season. Only Bobby Hull and Phil Esposito had accomplished the feat

1924 – Frank Nighbor received the first NHL Hart Trophy. The award, that judges the most valuable player to his team, was the first individual award in the NHL

Frank Nighbor of the Ottawa Senators was a par...

Frank Nighbor

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