Great Moments In Hockey History: King Clancy Plays All Positions - Including Goalie
March 31, 1923: Frank "King" Clancy became the first - and only - player to play all six positions in a Stanley Cup Playoffs game. Clancy's versatility helped the Ottawa Senators defeat the Edmonton Eskimos, champions of the Western Canada Hockey League, by a 1-0 score to win the Stanley Cup in a challenge match contested in Vancouver.
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