Denis Potvin New York Islanders
it would have to be the late great heavyweight champ of the NHL John Ferguson
Wayne Gretzky, Mario Lemieux, Bobby Orr, Gordie Howe, and Maurice "Rocket" Richard.
When the Reading Phillies beat the Philadelphia Eagles and Billy Bob scored to sudden death and Reading won
Wayne Gretzky is one of the most iconic hockey players in the history of the NHL. He currently owns 61 records. They include the most points, most goals, most assists, most goals by a center, most assists by a center and most points by a center/
the Montreal canadiens have won the most in the history of the nhl, but the nhl wasn't the only league that to compete for the cup.
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Wayne Gretzky has the most hockey goals in NHL history with 864 goals.
The greatest victory in the NHL came in an early game between the New York Islanders and the New York Rangers in 1918. The Rangers scored 57 goals through the game, causing a small riot outside after angry fans clashed.
Many would say the best all time NHL player is Wayne Gretzky. He was named the greatest player in National Hockey League history by The Hockey News in 1998.
Greatest History was created in 1995.
Obviously Sidney Crosby
Bobby Orr or Luongo
The Best Player In the NHl today is Sidney Crosbythe best oldtimer was Wayne gretzky
most points in one season in NHL history
Center, mainly because that's how he was recognized when he was introduced as one of the 50 Greatest Players in NBA history.
I would say Brett Hull. He always knew where the open ice was and could pick any corner on the net with his howitzer of a shot.
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