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Corey Crawford captured a coveted goalie milestone with another solid performance in a 2-1 shootout victory for the Blackhawks on Friday in New Jersey. The Hawks (12-12-5) beat the Atlantic division-leading Bruins 4-3 in overtime in Boston with Robin Lehner in net on Thursday before playing the Devils, last in the Metropolitan, Friday with Crawford starting.

“It’s important to try to climb back up in the standings,” Crawford said following the game. “We had a few tough games, it seems like it’s been pretty streaky the first quarter of the season, but when we’re playing well I think we’re pretty tough to beat. We just got to try to find that game as much as possible.

“But that was obviously a big win to start it and against one of the best teams in the league (the Bruins) and having a big lead too, going late into the third period, and then a team that’s a little bit lower in the standings (the Devils), but you still have to come out hard and play, no games are easy. It was pretty competitive out there but it’s nice to find a way to win.”

The two-time Stanley Cup champ saved 29 of 30 shots through overtime, including a Miles Wood breakaway with 11 seconds remaining in the second period and the game tied 1-1. He also stopped three of five New Jersey Devils shooters including Taylor Hall and 2019 No. 1 overall pick Jack Hughes in the shootout.

Crawford became the 59th goalie in NHL history to record 250 wins. The 34-year-old is one of 13 active NHL goalies and just the third Hawks netminder to reach the milestone (Glen Hall: 276, Tony Esposito: 418).

Crawford is 250-149-52 in 464 games with the Blackhawks and has 26 shutouts.

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What can you say about Ryan Carpenter’s first goal with the Chicago Blackhawks?

He got it for his mama.

The forward put home a rebound of Connor Murphy’s shot for a short-handed goal to the delight of one suite at TD Garden in particular; the one hosting the Blackhawks moms trip.

Nancy Carpenter couldn’t help but celebrate with the other moms after seeing her son’s first goal with the Blackhawks.

Earlier in the day, the Blackhawks moms attended the morning skate.

The trip continues on Friday when the Blackhawks travel to face the New Jersey Devils.

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LORETTO – Ben Seidel scored the first points of his college basketball career on Tuesday, but all the talk in the St. Francis University men’s basketball locker room was why he didn’t have more.

“Of course, you know,” Seidel said with a grin. “You can never get anything easy with those guys.”

Except wins. The Red Flash seem to be getting that down.

Seidel, the Johnstown native and Bishop McCort Catholic graduate, was one of 15 Flash players to score in SFU’s 115-66 victory over Division III Franciscan in St. Francis’ last game at DeGol Arena in 2019.

The Red Flash now have won four straight games to push their record to 6-4. It was the first time St. Francis has broken the 100-point mark since a win over Bloomsburg on Nov. 24, 2018. The 115 points were the most St. Francis has scored since beating Chatham in 2016-17 and the second-most points the Flash ever have produced at DeGol Arena.

“Games like this, sometimes you can take them for granted. We started slow. Then we got in the huddle and it was like ‘Treat every game like it’s your last, treat every game the same,’ ” said junior guard Ramiir Dixon-Conover, who had a career-high eight points to go along with five assists and three steals in 17 minutes off the bench. “We just want to come out and play hard no matter who we’re playing.”

Tyler Stewart led the Flash with 15 points, while Mark Flagg scored 13 and Myles Stewart 12. Keith Braxton collected 10 points, nine rebounds and six assists.

Five other Flash scored at least nine, including 6-foot-8 redshirt frosh Precious Ikediashi, who was 4-for-4 from the field in 11 minutes of action. Ikediashi was injured in last year’s game with Franciscan, ending his season. Now he’s back and wanting to show the coaches he can be part of the push to Northeast Conference title.

“Coming back is a big success,” Ikediashi said. “Games like these boost my confidence. Sometimes you get down on yourself when you’re not playing a lot, but games like these give you hope.”

St. Francis shot 66.7% from the floor and outrebounded the Barons by 17.

About the only thing that disappointed Flash coach Rob Krimmel was that none of the players recognized the Clark Griswold Chicago Blackhawks hockey jersey from “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation” that he donned with about 3 minutes to go.

“A couple of the guys were saying, ‘Why aren’t you wearing the Flyers?’ or ‘Why aren’t you wearing the Penguins?,’ ” Krimmel said, noting the film came out 10 years before most of his players were born. “This time of year, there’s a lot going on. I wanted to get these guys to come out and compete and also to get these guys some minutes.”

Among them was Seidel.

The 6-0 true freshman guard missed an elbow jumper right after entering the game but got a chance for redemption when fellow walk-on A.J. Burch found him in the corner. Seidel drove baseline with confidence, hung in the air to draw the foul, then hit the layup and the ensuing free throw.

“It feels good. Just to get the opportunity to play Division I basketball, it’s great,” Seidel said. “I wanted to make the most of it. Try to make a play. Attack the basket.”

Seidel later got a steal and a layup to finish with five points. Three other SFU walk-ons got into the scoring column: Bishop Guilfoyle grad A.J. Labriola, Burch and Dan Henry. The Flash bench scored 68 points.

“In practice, we cheer them on. For them to score in a game was a good sight,” Dixon-Conover said.

This is the third time in eight years the Flash will finish above .500 in non-conference play.

They’ve never won more than six and can change that Sunday at William & Mary.

“We’ve gotten better at defense. We came into the season with a new defensive scheme. Once we put in the time and committed to it, it got better,” Dixon-Conover said.

When Stewart jammed off Dixon-Conover’s feed with four seconds left in the first half, St. Francis had forged a 52-26 lead.

All 11 Flash who got on the floor in the first half scored, with 10 of them making field goals. Stewart led SFU with 10 points, while Braxton had nine and Flagg eight.

Franciscan hung with St. Francis early, even holding an 11-8 lead when Justin Mack knocked down a corner 3.

However, it was all Red Flash after that. St. Francis went on an 18-0 run during which six Flash players made buckets.

Sean Hickey’s 17 points paced Franciscan (3-6).

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Byla to vlastně ukázková výhra. Jaroslav Halák zavřel branku, beci udrželi soupeře na uzdě a útočníci nakonec našli cestičku, jak se prokutat ke gólům. Výkony Boston Bruins od začátku sezony připomínají hokejový ‘gesamtkunstwerk’, v němž jsou jednotlivé složky vzájemně propojeny a takřka dokonale vyladěny.

Není divu, že se díky výsledku 2:0 s Carolina Hurricanes dostali Bruins na značku 20 vítězství. Rychleji to ve svých dějinách zvládli jen ve dvou případech.

V sezoně 1938-39, kdy za ně chytal Frank Brimsek, v obraně váleli Milt Schmidt a Eddie Shore a ofenzivě veleli Bill Cowley a Roy Conacher. A pak v ročníku 1971-72, který byl ve znamení bodových hodů Bobbyho Orra s Philem Espositem. Na obě spanilé jízdy se také v Bostonu často vzpomíná.

Obě totiž skončily oslavami se Stanley Cupem.

Odhadovat na začátku prosince, že se to Bruins povede i tentokrát, je trochu předčasné. Jasné ale je, že po letošním finále, které pro ně skončilo krutou domácí porážkou v sedmém zápase série se St. Louis Blues, hráči Bostonu jinou motivaci ani nemají. Svoje ambice se přesto snaží přidržovat u země.

“Když jsme Stanley Cup před osmi lety vyhráli, tak jsme šli do play off ze třetího místa v konferenci. Dva roky předtím jsme byli na Východě v základní části nejlepší, ale vypadli jsme ve druhém kole. Tím chci říct, že play off už je něco úplně jiného a všechny týmy, které se do něj dostanou, mají stejnou šanci ho vyhrát,” rozebíral pro NHL.com/cs útočník David Krejčí.

Proti Hurricanes se třiatřicetiletý centr prosadil fikanou tečí a zaznamenal tak svůj 200. gól v bostonském dresu. Ale nebyl sám, kdo slavil jubileum. Halák si v pětistém startu v NHL připsal 49. čisté konto a 261. výhru kariéry. Úctyhodná numera.

“V první řadě měl ale těší, že můžu být členem tak výjimečného týmu. Držíme při sobě a dokazujeme to i na ledě. Dodržujeme naši taktiku po celých šedesát minut a znovu jsme to zvládli. Když kluci potřebují zabrat, tak to taky udělají,” tvrdil Halák. Bruins totiž vstřelili oba své góly až v závěrečné pětiminutovce.

“Vždycky věříme, že když je zápas dlouho vyrovnaný, nebo v něm třeba i o gól prohráváme, tak stejně vyhrajeme,” doplnil Halák.

Sebevědomí je velkou zbraní současných Bruins. Je to znát na střeleckém účtu Davida Pastrňáka, spolehlivých výkonech gólmanského dua Tuukka Rask – Halák, ale třeba i na odvážné hře obránců, mezi nimiž jako ocelový pilíř dál vyčnívá veterán Zdeno Chára.

Poslední porážku v základní hrací době zaznamenali Bruins paradoxně na ledě nejslabšího týmu NHL Detroit Red Wings 8. listopadu. Bodovou šňůru v úterý prodloužili už na 12 duelů, posledních osm jich vyhráli s celkovým skóre 31:12. Ano, je to tak: Boston nyní hraje jako opravdový tým šampionů, ačkoli minule skončil těsně pod vrcholem.

“Pořád jsem cítil, že ten zápas máme v rukou. Možná jsme mohli dát gól o něco dřív, ale neustále jsme za výhrou šli,” tvrdil Charlie Coyle, jenž otevřel skóre.

Krejčího vítězný gól

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Bruins jsou také jediným týmem sezony, který doma ještě nezažil porážku po šedesáti minutách (12-0-4). Lépe to v klubových dějinách zvládl Boston pouze v sezoně 1973-74, kdy měl po 21 zápasech bilanci 19-0-2.

“Asi to nebyl náš úplně nejlepší zápas, ale je jasné, že ve 82 utkáních pokaždé nepředvedete ten nejdokonalejší výkon,” řekl Krejčí.

Podstatné je, že body znovu putovaly do bostonské kasičky.

“Je pravda, že jsme si nevytvořili moc šancí, ale právě proto je výhra cenná. Když za stavu 0:0 předvedete tak solidní obranu a donutíte soupeře k chybě, je to dobrá zpráva. Kdo ví, jak by zápas dopadl, kdybychom právě ten jeden osobní souboj nezvládli,” přikývl kouč Bruce Cassidy.

Právě teď ale Bruins klíčové pasáže zvládají, ať už je to díky skvělým zásahům gólmanů, tvrdé práci obránců nebo Pastrňákově střelecké genialitě.

“Moc dobře víme, jak hrát, když je zápas na vážkách,” pravil spokojený Cassidy. “Zabrat v pravou chvíli, to je známka dobrého týmu.”

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Some of the greatest players to lace up and take to the ice have donned the Blackhawks sweater, including 36 Hall of Famers. Will any of today’s Hawks make the grade to be added to this list?
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Blackhawks lifting their 2013 Stanley Cup banner (Rob Grabowski-USA TODAY Sports)

We take a look at an All-Time Chicago Blackhawks Lineup. NO players from the current roster – we’ll talk about them later.

Here are the all-time greats, followed by some from this year’s team could be there as well. There are some obvious choices, and some remain to be seen.
1st Line
Stan Mikita (C), Bobby Hull (W), Steve Larmer (W)

Centering the first line is Hall of Fame center Stan Mikita. The franchise leader in games played, assists, points and game-winning goals. He won four Art Ross Trophies and two Hart Trophies during his legendary career.
Bobby Hull and Stan Mikita (THW Archives)

Flanking Mikita are Bobby Hull and Steve Larmer.

Hull led the league in points three times with the Blackhawks and also led the NHL in goals seven times, including four consecutive times from 1965-69. Larmer isn’t a Hall of Fame player, but won the 1982-83 Calder Trophy for rookie of the year with 43 goals and 90 points. He was also an annual contender for the Selke Trophy and his 406 goals and 923 regular season points rank third and fourth in franchise history, respectively.
Pierre Pilote (D), Chris Chelios (D)

The top pairing on defense goes to Pierre Pilote and Chris Chelios.
Chris Chelios
Chris Chelios being honored at the United Center (Rob Grabowski-USA TODAY Sports)

Pilote is considered the Blackhawks’ standard on defense, winning three consecutive Norris Trophies from 1962-64. Bear in mind, Pilote finished second in 1961-62, 1965-66 and 1966-67. In his 821 games with the Blackhawks, Pilote put up 77 goals and 477 points and played all but 69 of his career games in Chicago.

Related: Blackhawks & Chelios Together Again

Considered the greatest American defenseman of all time, Chelios logged 664 regular season games with the Blackhawks and had 487 points. A Hall of Famer and two-time Norris Trophy winner (1992-93 and 1995-96), his 0.733 points per game ranks fourth all-time among Blackhawks defensemen and also is credited with 48 points in the postseason for Chicago.
2nd Line
Denis Savard (C), Max Bentley (W), Patrick Sharp (W)

Averaging a point per game in the postseason for the Blackhawks, Hall of Famer Denis Savard centers the second line. His 1,096 regular season points rank third in franchise history.
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Three-time Cup winner Patrick Sharp (Jon Durr-USA TODAY Sports)

Filling out the second line is Max Bentley and Patrick Sharp. Bentley won the Hart Trophy in 1945-46 and logged 235 regular season games for the Blackhawks from 1940-48. A natural center, Bentley led the NHL in points twice and with 1,089 point he ranks fourth among all Blackhawks forwards.

Sharp has three Stanley Cup Rings during his 11 seasons with the Blackhawks and tallied over 20 or more goals in eight seasons. A fan favorite, Sharpy included four 30-goal seasons with the Blackhawks, and one, 2013-14, when he was the team leader in points during the regular season.
Doug Wilson (D), Bill Gadsby (D)

The second line on defense is anchored by the Norris Trophy winner for the 1981-82 season, Doug Wilson. Wilson played in 938 regular season games for the Blackhawks and put up 779 points, which ranks sixth in franchise history. Joining Wilson in this pairing, Hall of Famer Bill Gadsby spent his first nine seasons in Chicago and in 468 games scored 54 goals and 185 points.
3rd Line
Jeremy Roenick (C), Dennis Hull (W), Tony Amonte (W)

Centering our third line is Jeremy Roenick. Although not a Hall of Famer, Roenick spent his first eight years with the Blackhawks and posted triple digit point totals three times. With a 1.137 points per game average he is second-best in franchise history.
Jeremy Roenick #27 of the Chicago Blackhawks
Jeremy Roenick #27 of the Chicago Blackhawks (THW Archives)

Dennis Hull and Tony Amonte flank Roenick on this line. Ranking seventh in goals and eighth in points in franchise history, Hull finished his Blackhawks career with 298 goals and 342 assists for 640 points, and two Finals appearances.

Named a captain in 2000, Amonte led the Blackhawks in goals and points over the three seasons, cracking the 40-goal mark twice. He didn’t miss a single game for five straight seasons (1997-2002) and his 268 goals place him ninth in franchise history.
Earl Seibert (D), Keith Magnuson (D)

A nine-time NHL All-Star, Earl Seibert played for the Blackhawks from 1935 through 1945, and in 398 regular season games put up 191 points.

While posting just 139 points in 589 career games with the Blackhawks, Keith Magnuson was the enforcer for the Blackhawks extremely successful defense in the 1970s, making two Stanley Cup Finals appearances in 1971 and 1973. Magnuson remains a fan favorite in Chicago and his 1440 penalty minutes ranks second in franchise history.
4th Line
Eddie Olczyk (C), Marian Hossa (W), Doug Bentley (W)

Eddie Olcyzk took to the ice in his NHL rookie season as an 18-year-old with his hometown Chicago Blackhawks in 1984-85. After five seasons with the Blackhawks (1984-87; 1998-2000) he tallied 209 points – 77 goals, 132 assists in 322 games.
Marian Hossa has three Stanley Cups with the Blackhawks. (David Sandford/Pool Photo via USA TODAY Sports)

As an integral part of the unit that brought three rings to Chicago, Marian Hossa’s presence on the ice and leadership were evident in his eight years as with the Blackhawks. A lock for the Hall of Fame, Hossa appeared in the playoffs in 17 of his 19 seasons on the ice over his career.

The lesser famous of the Bentley brothers, Doug Bentley actually spent more time in Chicago than his brother, Max. A four-time All-Star, Bentley played for the Blackhawks from 1939 through 1952 and in 546 regular season games tallied 531 points, including 217 goals.
Goalies
Tony Esposito
Tony Esposito
BOSTON, MA – 1970’s: Tony Esposito #35 of the Chicago Black Hawks tends goal in game against the Boston Bruins at Boston Garden Garden. (Photo by Steve Babineau/NHLI via Getty Images)

Winner of three Vezina Trophies (back when it was awarded on statistics), Tony Esposito has earned the honor more than any other Blackhawks goalie. Tony ‘O’ is currently the franchise leader in wins, shutouts, games played and goaltending point shares, and to this day is still the standard for all Blackhawks goalies.
Ed Belfour

Ed Belfour is the only Chicago Blackhawks goaltender to win a Vezina Trophy in its voting era, and did so twice in 1990-91 and 1992-93. Belfour was in net for the 1990-91 Presidents’ Trophy winning team and his 201 wins ranks fourth in franchise history.
Glenn Hall

Ranking second in franchise history in 276 wins, 17,230 saves and 51 shutouts, Glenn Hall also has a Stanley Cup with the Blackhawks to his credit, as well as two Vezina Trophies
Today’s Candidates

Alright, so if you’ve read this far you’re pretty well “in the know” so let’s not waste time. There are some obvious choices on this season’s roster; Jonathan Toews (2nd Line), Patrick Kane (1st Line), Duncan Keith (1st Line) and Corey Crawford (2nd line). All should pretty much be considered consensus picks for our All-Time Team, so there is no need going into detail as to why.
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Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews (Amy Irvin / The Hockey Writers)

But, there are others due some consideration.
Brent Seabrook (3rd Line?)
Brent Seabrook
Brent Seabrook (Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports)

Also a three-time Stanley Cup winner, Brent Seabrook has had a hand in all of the recent Blackhawks playoff runs. In all, Seabrook has 20 goals and 39 assists for 59 points in 123 playoff games. He also has three game-winning goals among those, and all have come in overtime.
Alex DeBrincat (It’s Early Yet?)

As a rookie, Alex DeBrincat tallied 52 points (28 goals, 24 assists), played in all 82 games and set a Blackhawks rookie record with most hat tricks in a season with three. He followed it up with scoring 41 goals last season, which was tied for sixth-most in the league and three behind Kane.

If the Blackhawks can make sure DeBrincat continues to call the United Center home — and he keeps up this pace — he can definitely be due some consideration here.
Dylan Strome (Let’s All Hope!)

Since coming to Chicago in a mid-season trade last year, Dylan Strome and DeBrincat have rekindled their chemistry from the days they played together as juniors for the Erie Otters. Strome posted big numbers during last season with 17 goals and 34 assists for 51 points in only 59 games with the Blackhawks. If the front office can keep the duo together, there is plenty to be excited about here.

Related:Blackhawks’ Future Needs Strome in It
Niklas Hjalmarsson (No Longer on Team, but Has to Be in the List!)

Niklas Hjalmarsson was a fixture on the Chicago blue line since the rebuild began in the mid-2000s and had a heavy hand in all three of the Blackhawks recent Stanley Cup runs.

After making his debut in 2008 with the Blackhawks, Hjalmarsson logged 623 games in a Blackhawks uniform and had established himself as “one of the toughest competitors in franchise history,” according to general manager Stan Bowman.
In Conclusion…..

So there you have it.

As always, who belongs and who doesn’t, along with where they fit is always up for discussion, so feel free to comment and offer your opinions — have some fun.

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The Chicago Blackhawks have been blessed with a lot of great defenseman, and one of the best offensive defenseman to play for the Hawks was Pat Stapleton.

Pat Stapleton arrived in Chicago during the 1965-66 season, and he quickly became one of the better offensive puck moving defensmen on the team.

Stapleton was very aggressive moving the puck and had a fantastic shot from the point which made him very valuable on the powerplay. Stapleton would pick up 30 or more assists in the first 7 seasons of his Blackhawks career. His best offensive season was in the 1968-69 season when he scored 6 goals and picked up 50 assists.

Just because Stapleton was good on the offensive end doesn’t mean he was a total slouch on the defensive end. Stapleton was a very nifty skater that mastered the poke check. He had the ability to get back on defense and not give up the middle of the ice.
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Of course, Stapleton’s best seasons were when he was paired with Bill White who was the stay at home defenseman to Stapleton’s offensive mind defenseman.

With Stapleton and White on the blue line the Chicago Blackhawks never missed the playoffs, and they made it to the Stanley Cup Final twice in 1971 and 1973 but both times as we all know the Chicago Blackhawks came up short with the 1971 loss being the biggest heartbreaker of all with a 2-0 lead on Chicago Stadium ice.

Stapleton like Bobby Hull would leave the Chicago Blackhawks for the Greener pastures of the WHA where he would end his career with the Cincinnati Stingers.

The Chicago Blackhawks wouldn’t make another Stanley Cup Final until 1992, and as we all know they wouldn’t win another Stanley Cup until 2010.

Stapleton was a fixture for those very good but not great 1970’s teams, and he ranks 17th all-time on my all-time list.
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It didn’t seem like a big deal at the time. A 3-2 win by the Pittsburgh Penguins over the visiting Boston Bruins at The Igloo on Mar. 9, 1993, stopped a two-game losing streak. Joe Mullen’s second goal of the game 25 seconds into the third period proved to be the difference.

That victory ignited a National Hockey League-record winning streak. Over the next 32 days, the Penguins would win 17 straight games, a mark that still stands.
Historical Streaks

In 1929-30, the Boston Bruins set the standard with a 14-game winning streak. It started Dec. 3, 1929, with a 3-1 win over the Montreal Canadiens and lasted until Jan. 9 with a 4-3 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates. A 3-2 loss to the New York Americans on Jan. 12 halted the streak.

Coached by Art Ross, among the Bruins on that team were Hall of Famers Eddie Shore, Dit Clapper, Cooney Weiland, Marty Barry, Harry Oliver, Mickey MacKay and Tiny Thompson.

The streak stood until 1982 when the New York Islanders reeled off 15 consecutive victories. It began Jan. 21 with a 6-1 victory over the Penguins, and three more times during the streak the Islanders would defeat Pittsburgh.

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On Feb. 18, the Islanders overcame a two-goal deficit in the second period by scoring the game’s final five goals to beat the Philadelphia Flyers, 7-4, and tie the 1929-30 Bruins with 14 straight wins. Two days later, at Nassau Coliseum, the Islanders set the record with their 15th consecutive victory, 3-2, over the Colorado Rockies. John Tonelli scored the winning goal in the final minute of the third period against former Islanders goalie Glenn “Chico” Resch.

“Can you imagine it? A winning streak like this,” the Islanders’ Clark Gillies told Newsday. “Who’s going to do this again?”

Eleven years later, someone did.
Anatomy of the Penguins’ Streak

Following their victory over the Bruins on Mar. 9, 1993, the Penguins beat the Los Angeles Kings two days later in overtime, 4-3, as Jaromir Jagr scored the game-winner. It was one of two overtime wins during the Penguins’ streak. The other was win No. 15 on April 7 against the Canadiens. Ulf Samuelsson’s goal at 2:11 of OT gave the Pens a 4-3 victory that matched the Islanders’ mark of 15 straight wins.

Kevin Stevens scored his 50th goal of the 1992-93 season on March 21 in a 6-4 win over the Edmonton Oilers. It was win No. 6 during the Penguins’ NHL record 17-game winning streak.

Against the Islanders on Mar. 14, third-period goals by Larry Murphy and Ron Francis rallied the Penguins to a 3-2 victory and win No. 3. On Mar. 18 against the Washington Capitals, behind Mario Lemieux’s four goals, the Penguins jumped out to a 7-1 lead before holding on for a 7-5 victory as the Capitals scored four times in the final 8:17. Lemieux had another four-goal game on Mar. 20 as the Penguins dumped the Flyers, 9-3, for win No. 5. On Mar. 21, Lemieux and Kevin Stevens each scored their 50th goals of the season in a 6-4 triumph over the Edmonton Oilers in a game played in Cleveland, Ohio.

The beat continued: 7-2 over the San Jose Sharks; 4-3 over the New Jersey Devils; 5-3 over the Bruins; 4-1 over the Capitals; 6-4 over the Ottawa Senators; 10-2 over the Hartford Whalers; 5-3 over the Quebec Nordiques; 5-2 over the Devils. The streak reached 14.

After the OT win over the Canadiens made it 15, the Penguins headed to Madison Square Garden on Apr. 9 to face the Rangers with a chance to make history. Tied at 3 six minutes into the second period, the Penguins scored the next seven goals – four by Lemieux, who finished with five – for a 10-4 win and their 16th straight. For good measure, the Penguins made it 17 in a row the next night with a 4-2 victory over the New York Rangers.

The winning streak came to an end on Apr. 14 with a 6-6 overtime tie against the Devils in the regular-season finale. The Penguins trailed, 6-5, but Mullen scored the tying goal with 1:06 left in the third period.

Related: 10 Greatest Pittsburgh Penguins in Franchise History
By the Numbers

During the 17-game winning streak, the Penguins outscored the opposition, 96-48, including a 40-12 margin in the second period. They also outscored opponents, 26-15, in the first period and, 28-21, in the third period.

Lemieux scored 27 goals during the streak on his way to a 69-goal, 160-point, Hart Trophy-winning season. Rick Tocchet had 14 goals, Mullen scored 11 times and Jagr netted 10 goals.
Jaromir Jagr

Jaromir Jagr scored 10 goals during the Penguins’ NHL record 17-game winning streak. (Photo by Bruce Bennett Studios/Getty Images)

Goalie Tom Barrasso had 14 wins during the streak. He played 831 minutes, 1 second, faced 444 shots and made 410 saves. Backup Ken Wregget had three wins, facing 93 shots, making 79 saves and playing 194:25.

Only in seven games during the streak did the Penguins trail a game for a total of 101:29.
Other Noteworthy NHL Streaks

Twice since the 1992-93 Penguins set the NHL mark of 17 straight wins, teams have challenged the record. The 2012-13 Penguins won 15 games in a row from Mar. 2 to Mar. 30 before losing to the Buffalo Sabres, 4-1 on Apr. 2. Then, the 2016-17 Columbus Blue Jackets reeled off 16 consecutive victories from Nov. 29 to Jan. 3 before falling one win short with a 5-0 loss to the Capitals on Jan. 5.
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In 2016-17, Cam Atkinson and the Columbus Blue Jackets came within one win of tying the Pittsburgh Penguins’ NHL record winning streak of 17 games. (Photo: Amy Irvin / The Hockey Writers)

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Blue Jackets Streak Into New Year With 15 Straight Wins

Also, the 1954-55 Detroit Red Wings won 15 straight games. However, the first nine wins of the streak were during the regular season, while the next six came during the playoffs.

And, the 1979-80 Philadelphia Flyers set the longest unbeaten streak in NHL history at 35 games. After winning their season opener over the Islanders, the Flyers lost to the Atlanta Flames in their second game, then went 25-0-10 before getting beat by the Minnesota North Stars, 7-1, on Jan. 7. But the most games in a row the Flyers won during the unbeaten streak was nine.
Consolation Prize for Pittsburgh

What is most interesting about these winning streaks is they didn’t always come during a championship season.

The Penguins sought a third straight Stanley Cup in 1993. They defeated the Devils in five games in the first round but fell to the Islanders in seven games in the division final. In 2013, the Penguins were swept by the Bruins in the Eastern Conference Final.

Columbus fell to the Penguins in the first round last season. The Flyers reached the Stanley Cup Final in 1980 but lost to the Islanders in six games.

Only the 1982 Islanders parlayed their winning streak during the regular season into a championship, capturing their third of four straight Stanley Cups. (It should be noted, too, that the 1955 Red Wings went on to win the Cup).

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Wladislaw Laudas Jozef “Duke” Dukowski (August 31, 1900 – September 26, 1976) was a professional ice hockey player who played 206 games in the National Hockey League.[1] He played defense for the New York Rangers, New York Americans, and Chicago Black Hawks. His middle initial is sometimes erroneously stated as “S” when in fact his middle name was Joseph.
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1 Personal life
2 Amateur career
3 Career statistics
4 References
5 External links

Personal life

Dukowski was married and had four children. He was a salesman during the summer. Before playing hockey, he also played baseball, rugby and football.
Amateur career

Dukowski played senior amateur hockey for the Regina Pats before switching to the Regina Vics and winning championships with that team in 1919, 1920, and 1921. Was drafted at the age of 18.
Career statistics
Regular season Playoffs
Season Team League GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM
1916–17 Regina Victorias S-SSHL 3 0 1 1 0 — — — — —
1917–18 Regina Pats RCJHL 6 12 2 14 6 5 13 8 21 7
1918–19 Regina Pats RCJHL 10 40 8 48 6 1 2 0 2 6
1918–19 Regina Pats M-Cup — — — — — 7 30 6 36 6
1919–20 Regina Pats RJrHL 5 14 1 15 16 — — — — —
1919–20 Reginas S-SSHL 1 0 0 0 0 — — — — —
1919–20 Regina Braves S-SSHL 1 1 0 1 0 — — — — —
1920–21 Regina Victorias SSHL 14 4 1 5 42 4 1 0 1 6
1921–22 Moose Jaw Sheiks WCHL 21 13 2 15 19 — — — — —
1922–23 Regina Capitals WCHL 29 6 0 6 20 2 0 1 1 2
1923–24 Regina Capitals WCHL 30 8 3 11 39 2 0 0 0 6
1924–25 Regina Capitals WCHL 27 13 4 17 86 — — — — —
1925–26 Portland Rosebuds WHL 29 5 7 12 46 — — — — —
1926–27 Chicago Black Hawks NHL 28 3 2 5 16 2 0 0 0 0
1927–28 Kansas City Pla-Mors AHA 37 9 3 12 87 3 0 0 0 2
1928–29 Kansas City Pla-Mors AHA 40 10 5 15 101 — — — — —
1929–30 Chicago Black Hawks NHL 44 7 10 17 42 2 0 0 0 6
1930–31 Chicago Black Hawks NHL 25 1 3 4 28 — — — — —
1930–31 New York Americans NHL 12 1 1 2 12 — — — — —
1931–32 New Haven Eagles CAHL 40 6 9 15 102 2 0 1 1 6
1932–33 New York Americans NHL 48 4 7 11 43 — — — — —
1933–34 New York Americans NHL 9 0 1 1 11 — — — — —
1933–34 Chicago Black Hawks NHL 5 0 0 0 2 — — — — —
1933–34 New York Rangers NHL 29 0 6 6 18 2 0 0 0 0
1933–34 Syracuse Stars IHL 4 0 0 0 0 — — — — —
WCHL/WHL totals 136 45 16 61 210 4 0 1 1 8
NHL totals 200 16 30 46 172 6 0 0 0 6
References

Podnieks, Andrew (2003). Players: The Ultimate A-Z Guide of Everyone Who Has Ever Played in the NHL. Toronto: Doubleday Canada. p. 218. ISBN 0-385-25999-9.

External links

L. S. Dukowski career statistics at The Internet Hockey Database
L. S. Dukowski at Find a Grave

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John Mariucci, shown in 1961, has been called the “godfather of Minnesota hockey.”
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John Mariucci, an All-America for the Gophers hockey team and a rare U.S.-born player in the NHL in the 1940s, was the primary builder of the Gophers’ program for 14 years and helped create the enthusiasm for high school hockey in the state.

Lou Nanne, a native Canadian recruited by Mariucci to play at the university, said, “Because of his beliefs in the Minnesota boy to perform at top levels and getting them the opportunity, he is the most obvious foundation of Minnesota programs today. He is the reason boys have the opportunity to get an education, play college, pro and international hockey.

“When I was in school (in the early ’60s), he was making 150 appearances a year around the state selling hockey to people who didn’t have hockey. You have to have a grass-roots foundation, and he was relentless in his efforts. He never quit. If he got paid by the hour, he’d be a billionaire.”

Mariucci, a native of Eveleth, Minn., played professional hockey for 12 seasons, including five seasons with the Chicago Blackhawks of the NHL. Following his playing career, he coached the Gophers hockey team from 1952 to 1955 and from 1956 to 1966. He took a year off from coaching the Gophers to coach the silver-medal-winning U.S. Olympic team in 1956. Following his coaching career, he was a longtime assistant general manager and scout for the Minnesota North Stars.

Mariucci is a member of the U.S. Hockey and Hockey Hall of Fame. The University of Minnesota named the hockey portion of Williams Arena after him on March 2, 1985.

JOHN MARIUCCI

Class: 1986.

Sport: Hockey.

Team: Gophers, North Stars, U.S. Olympic team.

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