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FLYERS   2     WINGS   2

A well played entertaining contest as the score indicates.  Donnie Rivera and Curt Lesnau score for the Flyers.  Lesnau’s goal was a beautiful feed behind the net from a Wings defenseman, right on Lesnau’s tape and a simple slam dunk, as Wings goalie Kirk Larson was caught looking in the other direction.  Rob Rowling and a sharp one timer goal from “Jumping” Jim Leonardi round out the Wings scoring.  Both puck stoppers – Kirk “Captain America” Larson and Dar were outstanding in nets.  Dar foiled a 2 on 0 as Steve Bayagich with head down – buried the puck in Dar’s out stretched glove!  Flyers Captain Billy Knight returned and played, from his medical emergency of one week ago!  Welcome back Billy!

HABS   4    HAWKS   1

Whoa!  The Frenchmen unceremoniously snap the Hawks 13 game unbeaten streak!  Blame was being laid on unrecognizable Hawks defenseman Marty Papesh, as he looked like a completely different person with his new short haircut!  Jimmy “Jets” Galloway with the deuce for the Habs.  Singles for Robbie Olmstead and sub Dimitrie.  Goaler Brian Miller with a stellar game in nets.  Dr. Nate McCoughtry with a short handed goal for the Hawks.

BRUINS   3    SHARKS   1

The Bruins upend the Sharks with only eight players!  Big Rex Baker played the entire game on defense for the Bruins!  Mike Miller(2) and center John McNeilly tally for the men in yellow.  Bruins sub goalie John Valenti played his butterfly style of goaltending to perfection!  Billy Mac Jr. with the lone Shark goal.  Mike Riddle of the Sharks picks up a solo roughing minor penalty.

BRUINS   6    FLYERS   4

Bruins slick center John McNeilly sets a new Michigan Sting league record, as he records six assists in the game!  The Bruins pick up their ninth player halfway through the contest as Joey Reiss appears on the ice from a work related conflict.  Deuces wild for “Angry” Joey Ventimiglio and Mike “King of the Road” Miller.  Rex Baker and forward Craig Bastuba with singles.  Line mates Mike Nalepa(2) Donnie Rivera and Curt Lesnau score for the Flyers in this penalty free game.

HAWKS   4    SHARKS   3

The Hawks get back on the winning side of the ledger as they send the Sharks to a double dip loss.  Dr. Nate, John “Shifty” Shelton, Eddie Sudzina and JP – on a beautiful top shelf laser tally for the Hawks.  Mike Riddle, Jeff Ivory and Billy Mac. Jr. with the Sharks markers.  After Billy Mac Jr. scores his goal, he goes down to one knee and does a fist pump in celebration by the Hawks bench!  After Hawks center John Shelton scores – he attempts the same thing and almost falls flat on his face!  John says: “That’s a little harder than it looks!”  Billy Mac and Hawks forward Scott Chodun get into a nasty open ice collision.  You know that look when a good player gets upset and is in SNAP capability!   Billy had that look – look out guys!  Talk about cold showers!  Following the games today the water was ice cold!  Hawks forward and Army veteran Eddie Sudzina tells his teammates: “This is nothing compared to the parts of the world I’ve been too!  This water is beautiful!”

HABS   4    WINGS   3

The Habs sweep for the day as Moncton call up Dimitrie records the tour du chapeau!  Defenseman Jack Leavy with a single.  Big Rob Rowling(2) and Steve Bayagich with the Wings goals.  Wings sub defenseman Pat Wosek picks up three penalties in the final period and a head start for that cold shower!  Maybe that’s why the showers were cold.  Pat used up all the hot water!  Mike Krueger of the Habs with a solo roughing minor penalty.


What do these NHL HOF defenseman have in common?

Marcel Pronovost
Bill Gadsby
Scott Stevens
Phil Housley
Scroll down for the answer.
They never won the Norris Trophy(Best Defenseman).

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