November 10, 2012
This Day In Hockey History: Nov 10th
1934 - Canadiens' Armand Mondou became the first player in NHL history to take a penalty shot. He missed in his attempt against George Hainsworth of Toronto. Three days later Ralph Bowman of St. Louis scored the first penalty shot goal in NHL history.
1977 - Sabres registered their first-ever victory at the Philadelphia Spectrum. They were 0-15-2 dating back to their inaugural season of 1970-71.
1990 - Winnipeg Jets traded Dave Ellett and Paul Fenton to Toronto in exchange for Ed Olczyk and Mark Osborne.
1991 - The Detroit Red Wings retired the numbers of left wing Ted Lindsay (#7) and center Alex Delvecchio (#10) in a pre-game ceremony at Joe Louis Arena.
1999 - Rob Valicevic scored three goals in the first period, for the Predators' first hat trick in Nashville team history, in a 4-2 victory at Chicago.
Happy Birthday to Kristian Huselius, Don Saleski, Mike Leclerc, Wayne Maki, Billy Boucher, Cale Hulse and Al Smith.
Posted by Joe Pelletier at 12:19 a.m.