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Today in NHL History – February 10


 

2005 – The NHL and the players’ association broke off talks after two days. The previous day commissioner Gary Bettman had said that a deal would need to be ready by the weekend to save the season.

 

2003 – Brett Hull (Detroit Red Wings) became the 6th player in NHL history to score at least 700 career goals.

 

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