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1971-72

• Boston Bruins goalie Gerry Cheevers sets a new NHL record by going undefeated in 33 consecutive games.

• On March 25, Bobby Hull scores his 600th career goal.

• On February 9, Philadelphia Flyers goalie Bruce Gamble suffers a heart attack during his team's 3-1 win over the Vancouver Canucks and is forced to retire from hockey. Ten years later, at the age of 44, Gamble suffers another on-ice heart attack -- this one during an old-timers game -- and dies.

• Last season's playoffs MVP, Ken Dryden, wins the Calder Trophy as the league's top rookie (he played in few enough games during the 1970-71 regular season to retain his rookie status for 1971-72), becoming the first -- and, to date, only -- player to win the Calder Trophy after winning the Conn Smythe Trophy.

• The Boston Bruins win their second Stanley Cup in three years, beating the New York Rangers in six games.


Boston Bruins


Buffalo Sabres


California Golden Seals


Chicago Black Hawks


Detroit Red Wings


Los Angeles Kings


Minnesota North Stars


Montreal Canadiens


New York Rangers


Philadelphia Flyers


Pittsburgh Penguins


St. Louis Blues


Toronto Maple Leafs


Vancouver Canucks


1972 All-Star Game
Bloomington, MN