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Transcript of nhl
Leafs won the first ever Stanley Cup. 1920- The league had a rapid expansion adding teams such as Montreal Maroons and the Boston Bruins were the first real american NHL team. The Maroons played in the newly completed Montreal Forum. Starting Off The original six teams were the Chicago Blackhawks, Detroit Red Wings, Toronto Maple Leafs, New York Rangers, and the Montreal Canadiens. They were constant for 25 years. How the NHL Became What It Is Today 1934-The first All-Star Game was held to benefit Ace Bailey, whoose career ended viciously from a hit. Old Time Hockey was Rough 1959-Jacques Plante began wearing a goalie mask after a broken skull. He made the goalie mask widely known. 1967- The league doubled in size, adding the LA Kings, Minnesota North Stars, Philadelphia Flyers, Pittsburgh Penguins, St. Louis Blues, and the California Seals. 1979- Wayne Gretzky joined the Oilers and went on to win 4 Cups. Gretzky had 92 goals in 1981-82 and 215 points in 1985-86. 1990s- Another expansion
added 9 teams.
-Ottawa Senators-best team ever.
-Tampa Bay Lightning
-San Jose Sharks
-Columbus Blue Jackets
-Minnesota Wild 1994- The NHL had a lockout and was forced to have only 48 games.
2004- Gary Bettman annouced another lockout which cancelled the entire season.
2012- Gary Bettman annouced yet another lockout on September 16th which is currently in progress. Sites Used:
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By Theoren Carter Karioja-Sundell and Affan Sohail