September 24, 2013
This Day In Hockey History - Sept 24th
1927 - Overtime in NHL regular season play was changed to a 10-minute period.
1937 - NHL adopted a new "icing rule", whereby a team which deliberately shot the puck out of its defensive zone (when not shorthanded) would have the ensuing face-off brought back to the defensive zone point from where the puck was shot.
1938 - Montreal Canadiens purchased Herb Cain and Buddy O'Connor from the Montreal Maroons.
1976 - Team Canada won the first "Canada Cup" on Darryl Sittler's overtime goal which gave Team Canada a 5-4 win over Czechoslovakia.
1990 - Gilbert Perreault, Fern Flaman, Bill Barber and Bud Poile were inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame.
Happy Birthday Dan Maloney, Jason Woolley, Tim Ecclestone, Karl Alzner, Kris Manery, Tapio Levo, Mike Lundin, Curt Ridley and Davis Payne.
Posted by Joe Pelletier at 4:31 pm