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View NHL history for specific dates. Check out what records on specific dates that have been broken by NHL greats such as Wayne Gretzky, Bobby Orr, Mario Lemieux, Gordie Howe, Maurice Richard, Martin Brodeur, Dominik Hasek and more.

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Mario Lemieux March 2 NHL History

March 2: This Day in NHL History

Mar. 2 NHL History 1918: Joe Malone doesn't score in the Montreal Canadiens' 5-3 season-ending loss to the Toronto Arenas, but he finishes the first NHL...
Philadelphia Flyers March 1 NHL History

March 1: This Day in NHL History

March 1 NHL History 1919: Newsy Lalonde of the Montreal Canadiens sets a Stanley Cup Playoff record by scoring five goals in a 6-3 win against...
Teemu Selanne February 28 NHL History

February 28: This Day in NHL History

Feb. 28 NHL History 1929: The Chicago Blackhawks are shut out for an NHL-record eighth consecutive game. But they don't go home empty-handed: Blackhawks goaltender Charlie...
Wayne Gretzky traded February 27 NHL History

February 27: This Day in NHL History

Feb. 27 NHL History 1918: The Ottawa Senators and Montreal Canadiens play the first neutral site game in NHL history. Frank Nighbor scores twice in the first period...
The Bentley Brothers February 26 NHL History

February 26: This Day in NHL History

THIS DATE IN HISTORY: Feb. 26 1947: The Bentley brothers are too much for the New York Rangers. Doug Bentley scores four goals and sets up two more, and...
Boston Bruins 1972 - February 23 NHL History

February 23: This Day in NHL History

THIS DATE IN HISTORY: Feb. 23 1952: Elmer Lach of the Montreal Canadiens becomes the NHL all-time scoring leader. Lach gets four points (goal, three assists) in a 7-0...
Peter Stastny and Anton Stastny

February 22: This Day in NHL History

Feb. 22 NHL History 1928: Duke Keats of the Chicago Blackhawks scores at 15:50 of the second period in a game against the Ottawa Senators, ending...
Mike Green February 14 NHL History

February 14: This Day in NHL History

Feb. 14 NHL History 1923: The first NHL game is broadcast on radio when CFCA airs the third period of a game between the Toronto St....
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