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            This Date in NHL History

            April 12: Gretzky first to have 200 playoff assists

            Plus: Richard scores final postseason goal; Red Wings set NHL single-season wins record

            by John Kreiser / Managing Editor

            THIS DATE IN HISTORY: April 12

            There's something about this date that seems to bring out the best in Wayne Gretzky.

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            April 11: Orr first modern-era defenseman with playoff hat trick

            Plus: Parise's overtime goal puts Islanders on map; Howe, Hull say goodbye

            by John Kreiser / Managing Editor

            Memories: Orr records hat trick

            Memories: Orr records a hat trick in the playoffs

            On April 11, 1971 Bobby Orr of the Boston Bruins became the first defenseman in 49 years to score a hat trick in the Stanley Cup Playoffs

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            THIS DATE IN HISTORY: April 11

            1971: Bobby Orr of the Boston Bruins becomes the first defenseman since 1922 to have a hat trick in the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

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            April 10: Kings make history with 'Miracle on Manchester'

            Plus: Blackhawks win Stanley Cup for first time; Hasek caps historic season

            by John Kreiser / Managing Editor

            Memories: Miracle on Manchester

            Memories: The Kings rally for an epic comeback

            On April 10, 1982 the Los Angeles Kings came back from a 5-0 deficit to score five goals in the third period and ultimately win in overtime

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            THIS DATE IN HISTORY: April 10

            1982: The Los Angeles Kings pull off the greatest comeback in the history of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. In a game known forever after as the "Miracle on Manchester," they rally from five goals down in the third period to defeat the Edmonton Oilers 6-5 in overtime in Game 3 of the Smythe Division Semifinals.

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            April 9: Howe scores final NHL goal

            Plus: Penguins set record with 16th straight win; Gretzky becomes all-time playoff points leader

            by John Kreiser / Managing Editor

            THIS DATE IN HISTORY: April 9

            1980: Gordie Howe scores his 68th and final goal of the Stanley Cup Playoffs when he beats Denis Herron at 13:59 of the third period of the Hartford Whalers' 8-4 loss to the Montreal Canadiens in Game 2 of the Preliminary Round.

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            April 8: Canadiens comeback stuns Bruins

            Plus: Howe sets career playoff record for assists; Giacomin earns only postseason shutout

            by John Kreiser / Managing Editor

            THIS DATE IN HISTORY: April 8

            1971: The Montreal Canadiens rally after trailing by four goals late in the second period for a series-tying 7-5 win against the Boston Bruins at Boston Garden in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Quarterfinals.

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            April 7: Patrick saves day for Rangers

            Plus: Penguins match record for consecutive victories; Roy sets mark with ninth 30-win season

            by John Kreiser / Managing Editor

            Memories: Patrick makes history

            Memories: Lester Patrick fills in as goalie for NYR

            On April 7, 1928 Rangers Coach Lester Patrick became the oldest person to appear as a player in a Stanley Cup Final, filling in as goalie

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            THIS DATE IN HISTORY: April 7

            1928: Coach Lester Patrick, age 44, replaces injured goalie Lorne Chabot and helps the New York Rangers defeat the Montreal Maroons 2-1 in overtime in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final at the Forum.

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            April 6: Howe scores in final NHL game

            Plus: Potvin sets scoring records for rookie defensemen; Gretzky wins sixth straight scoring title

            by John Kreiser / Managing Editor

            THIS DATE IN HISTORY: April 6

            1980: In his 1,767th and final regular-season game, 52-year-old Gordie Howe of the Hartford Whalers scores his 801st NHL goal, a backhand shot past Detroit Red Wings goalie Rogie Vachon. The Whalers win 5-3 at the Hartford Civic Center to end their first season in the NHL.

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            April 5: Orr becomes first defenseman to win scoring title

            Plus: Rangers pass Canadiens on final day; Brodeur sets single-season wins record

            by John Kreiser / Managing Editor

            THIS DATE IN HISTORY: April 5

            1970: Bobby Orr has a second-period assist in the Boston Bruins' final game of the season, a 3-1 win against the Toronto Maple Leafs at Boston Garden, to become the first defenseman to lead the NHL in scoring.

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            April 4: Hurricanes, Panthers play final NHL tie game

            Plus: Dryden gets seventh straight 30-win season; Potvin earns 1,000th point

            by John Kreiser / Managing Editor

            Memories: The Final Tie

            Memories: Relive the final tie in NHL history

            On April 4, 2004, the Florida Panthers and Carolina Hurricanes ended their game in a tie, the last tie to ever occur in the NHL

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            THIS DATE IN HISTORY: April 4

            2004: Brad Fast makes the only NHL game of his career one to remember. Not only does the 24-year-old Carolina Hurricanes defenseman score a goal, he gets what proves to be the last game-tying goal in NHL history. Fast scores at 17:34 of the third period to give the Hurricanes a 6-6 tie with the Florida Panthers at Office Depot Center.

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            April 3: Sittler first Maple Leafs player with 100 points

            Plus: Toronto wins marathon playoff shutout; Hull sets single-season scoring mark

            by John Kreiser / Managing Editor

            THIS DATE IN HISTORY: April 3

            1976: Darryl Sittler becomes the first player in the history of the Toronto Maple Leafs to have 100 points in a season when he is credited with an assist in the second period of a 4-2 loss to the Boston Bruins at Maple Leaf Gardens.

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