A platform for readers to learn about some of the timeless stories that have helped shape the sport of hockey.
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Jerry Rempel was Altona's first professional hockey player.
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Paul Gauthier played just one game in net for the NHL's Montreal Canadiens in 1937-38.
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Former Rangers defenseman of the 1950s, Bob Chrystal, describes his run-in with notorious coach Phil Watson.
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Eric Nesterenko won a Stanley Cup with the Chicago Blackhawks in 1961 in a professional career that spanned from 1951 to 1976.
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92-year-old Bob Chrystal spent two seasons patrolling the New York Rangers blueline from 1953 to 1955.
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Although born and raised in southcentral Saskatchewan, the legendary defenseman Eddie Shore spent a vital season of his hockey development in Winnipeg…
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Mel Hill earned his famous nickname after recording three overtime goals in one playoff series during the 1939 Stanley Cup playoffs.
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NHL History with Ty Di Lello