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Today in NHL History – March 1


 

2005 – The NHL’s board of governors met and emerged fully behind Commissioner Gary Bettman and totally committed to having a season in the fall.

 

2002 – The Vancouver Canucks said that they would bill Ed Belfour (Dallas Stars) for damaging the visiting team’s locker room on February 28th. Belfour broke two televisions, a clock and a VCR and damaged the walls of the dressing room after he was pulled during the first period.

 

1993 – The expansion NHL team owned by Disney was named the Mighty Ducks.

 

1988 – Wayne Gretzky (Edmonton Oilers) got his 1,050th assist to become the NHL’s all-time assist leader. Gordie Howe had held the record for 26 years.

 

1960 – Gordie Howe was profiled in “LOOK” magazine.

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