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Maurice (Rocket) Richard 2000 Deaths

Maurice (Rocket) RichardAge: 78 explosive right-winger who won eight Stanley Cups with the Montreal Canadiens and was nothing short of a national hero in his native Canada; blazing speed earne…

1943 College Football Recap

Final AP Top 20Bowl Games with Top 20 TeamsMajor Conference ChampionsHeisman Trophy VotingOther Major Award WinnersConsensus All-America Team Service teams dominated the AP Top 20 in 1943. Not only we…

Assists

Multiple Winners: Wayne Gretzky (16); Bobby Orr (5); Adam Oates, Frank Boucher, Bill Cowley, Phil Esposito, Gordie Howe, Jaromir Jagr, Elmer Lach, Mario Lemieux, Stan Mikita and Joe Primeau (…

The Hart Trophy—Most Valuable Player

The Hart Trophy—Most Valuable Player1924 Frank Nighbor, Ottawa1925 Billy Burch, Hamilton1926 Nels Stewart, Montreal Maroons1927 Herb Gardiner, Montreal Canadiens1928 Howie Morenz, Montre…

Art Ross Trophy (Scoring)

Given to the player who leads the league in points scored and named after the former Boston Bruins general manager-coach. First presented in 1948, names of prior leading scorers have been add…

Hart Memorial Trophy

Awarded to the player “adjudged to be the most valuable to his team” and named after Cecil Hart, the former manager-coach of the Montreal Canadiens. Winners selected by Pro Hockey…

Players

Abell, Earl—Colgate, 1915Agase, Alex—Purdue/Illinois, 1946Agganis, Harry—Boston Univ., 1952Albert, Frank—Stanford, 1941Aldrich, Chas. (Ki)—Texas Christian, 1938Al…