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Today in NHL History – February 14


 

2004 – Sean Burke (Philadelphia Flyers) got his 300th win. Burke was the 20th goalie to reach the milestone.

 

1990 – Mario Lemieux (Pittsburgh Penguins) ended his 46-game scoring streak. The streak was the second-longest in NHL history.

 

1979 – Twenty-year-old rookie, Don Maloney (New York Rangers) scored his first goal in the National Hockey League. It came on his first NHL shot.

 

1977 – Al Hill (Philadelphia Flyers) scored five points, 2 goals and 3 assists, in his first NHL game.

 

1934 – The NHL held its first All-Star Game as a benefit for injured NHL star Ace Bailey. Toronto played against a team of All-Stars from the seven other teams in the league.

English: Ace Bailey (left) of the Toronto Mapl...

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