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Today in NHL History – March 24


 

2005 – The NHL canceled its draft due to a six-month player lockout.

 

1992 – Mario Lemieux (Pittsburgh Penguins) scored his 1000th career point in his 513th game. He was the second fastest player in the NHL to record 1000 points.

 

1936 – The Detroit Red Wings beat the Montreal Maroons 1-0. The first goal was not scored until 16 minutes and 30 seconds into the sixth overtime period of the season’s first Stanley Cup semi-final game.

Nels Stewart in a Montreal Maroons uniform.

 

 

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