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Dick Gamble first attracted the attention of the Canadiens organization with an outstanding [...]More
Formerly a defensive centerman, Ken Mosdell brilliantly replaced Elmer Lach on the high-flying [...]More
A tireless workhorse for the Canadiens, Bert Olmstead’s eight point outing allowed him to [...]More
Hailing from Chicago, Illinois, Ivan Irwin’s rights were sold to the Canadiens by the [...]More
Fearing an adverse affect on tickets sales, only the third period of the contest between the previous spring’s Stanley Cup finalists was broadcast. The score stood tied 1-1 when the transmission began.
Three cameras captured the action, as Rene Lecavalier provided play-by-play commentary from the final period’s opening faceoff between Detroit’s Ted Lindsay and Elmer Lach until the end of the game.
Jacques Plante barred the door in the final frame and Billy Reay slipped a puck past Terry Sawchuk late in the period, notching the winning goal in 2-1 Habs victory.