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Today in NHL History – March 31


 

1991 – Brett Hull (St. Louis Blues) recorded his 86th goal of the season. It was the third best total in NHL history.

 

1990 – Joe Sakic became the youngest person in NHL history to score 100 points in a season. He was also the first to do so with a last-place team.

 

1923 – King Clancy (Ottawa Senators) played all six positions in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Finals. He played goalie for 2 minutes while Clint Benedict served a penalty.

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