On This Date in Hockey History

Well I’m bored here at work. Nothing works so there isn’t much to do, so how about a new feature on Philadelphiarams.com? Sounds great to me.
On this day in hockey history…

Martin Brodeur became just the second goaltender to score a goal in the Stanley Cup playoffs when his empty-netter sealed a 5-2 win over the visiting Montreal Canadiens, in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Quarter-Finals.

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2 Responses to On This Date in Hockey History

  1. ai says:

    dag, marty's got ups.

  2. Art says:

    I can out-sky him any day. Well at least any day I score or jump into the boards to draw a penalty.

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