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It’s back to the future for the 1936-37 season, as Cecil Hart returns behind the bench after [...]More
Sporting his trademark peaked cap, Aurèle Joliat terrorized opposing defenders over 16 [...]More
The intensity permeating a match-up between Boston and Montreal is derived from a lifetime of [...]More
The speedy 5-foot-6 forward became the third NHLer, after Howie Morenz and New York Americans star forward Nels Stewart, to reach the 250-goal plateau.
Joliat, the Canadiens all-time points leader since the previous year, would also surpass Morenz as the team’s all-time marksman by the end of the season. The colorful forward with the distinctive black peaked cap, put 270 pucks past opposing goalies by the time he hung up his skates at the end of the 1937-38 season. Maurice Richard would eventually dethrone him in 1950-51.