He set the NHL postseason record for shortest time between goals when he beat
Chicago's Glenn Hall twice within five seconds on April 11, 1965.
On Oct. 21, 1954, against the Bruins, Kelly became the first defenseman in
league history to score a hat trick.
Only Bobby Orr (eight times) and Doug Harvey (seven) have been honored with the
Norris Trophy more often than Lidstrom (five through '07).
Although he earned his nickname with big hits, Black Jack was also one of the
most effective shot blockers in NHL history.
In an era in which there were only two rounds of playoffs, Pronovost played 118
postseason games, which is second among defensemen to Lidstrom's 214 playoff
games in a four-round era.
1949-55, '57-64, '68-69
In 1950-51 Sawchuk won the Calder Trophy as the NHL's best rookie but lost out
on the Vezina to fellow rookie Al Rollins of Toronto. Sawchuk would be named
the league's top goalie in three of the next four seasons.
On March 6, 1996, Osgood scored a goal against the Hartford Whalers to become
the second goaltender in NHL history to light the lamp. He ranks second in wins
(279) to Sawchuk (352) on Detroit's alltime list.
He is the only man to have his name on Lord Stanley's Cup as a player (with the
Toronto Arenas and the Ottawa Senators), coach and general manager.