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but a late Ken Berry tally tied it up for New York.
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The Islanders open up the finals with a statement. Larry Landon gets 3 assists. New York scores two goals in each period. Minnesota can’t get anything until the score is 5-0! New York wins the opener 6-1. Game 2 starts with Ray Bourque scoring early. Chris Chelios answers, but Bourque and Tim Kerr take over. Before the first period ends, both players have 2 goals and 2 assists. It’s 4-1 after a period. The Islanders add a few goals to salt it away. New York looks too strong for the North Stars. 6-2 NY takes game two.


Bourque has a big game two, helping give the Islanders a 2-0 series lead!

With game three tied at 2 heading into the third, the North Stars take their stand. This is the fightback they needed. Dave Taylor gets his 11th. After Bernie Federko ties it for the Islanders, Brent Ashton scores 2 minutes later, and Dave Hunter adds some insurance. The strong third period gives the North Stars a 5-3 win! The fightback continues in game four. Randy Wood and Dino Ciccarelli give Minny a 2-1 first period lead. Joel Otto then scores 2 goals, and assists on 2 others! That’s a 4 point night from the center. 6-3 Minnesota ties the series.


Joel Otto is key to Minnesota's game four win to tie the series!

New York gets two early 2nd period goals to take a lead in game five, but Minnesota responds with 2 late 2nd period goals to tie it. The teams then exchanged goals again in the third, which forces an overtime. In overtime, long time North Star, Darryl Sittler wins it at the 4:54 mark! Minnesota takes it 5-4, and lead the series! New York hasn’t lost 3 in a row all season, until now! Game 6 is wild. Take a look at the first period summary. I can’t really relay what happened well enough to even try!



7 goals and a Minnesota lead after a period. It looks like the scoring would continue. After both teams getting a goal in the first 2 minutes of the second, the goalies shut the door. Dave Tippett would tie the game just seconds into the third. Neither team could grab a lead, which means overtime for the 2nd straight game. It takes 10 minutes, but Lucien DeBlois makes sure the series will go 7. He scores for NY, to win it 6-5!!


Deblois' goal forces game 7!

Game 7



Moments into game 7, a Brent Ashton shot hits Dino Ciccarelli, it deflects by Phil Myre, into the net, giving Minnesota a 1-0 lead! 5 minutes later, Ciccarelli gets his 2nd of the game, making it 2-0. NY outshoots Minnesota 11-4 in the first, but they trail.


Ciccarelli has Minnesota out infront!

Early in the 2nd, Darryl Sittler extends the lead to 3. Tim Bothwell then scores the North Stars 4th goal on their 7th shot. Phil Myre picked a hell of a time to have his worst game! Brent Ashton makes it 5-0 and it’s only a matter of time now! After years of failure, with a 5-2 win, the Minnesota North Stars have won the Stanley Cup!!









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1985 NHL Offseason News and Notes

Here are last seasons scoring leaders.



Here are the goalie leaders.



Here are the playoff leaders.



Ray Bourque wins the first of a few Pilote trophies methinks. Mario Lemieux is the rookie of the year. Wayne Gretzky wins his third straight Hart Trophy! Thatís now becoming a pattern!





With more teams in the league these days, more players will retire and receive the honour of having their jerseyís hang in arenas!! Buffalo Sabreís Bill Barber is the latest to receive this treatment. Bill retires at the young age of 32, finishing his short, but amazing career with 1023 points in 986 games. He was the Sabres first star. His number 8 will never be worn in Buffalo again. Legendary goalie, in Philadelphia atleast, Gerry Desjardins has finally retired from the game of hockey. Itís been years since he played in the NHL, but his love of the game kept him active in the minors. The Flyers will honour his number 1. Gerry was the goalie who gave the performance of a lifetime, helping the Flyers to the biggest upset in NHL history, when they beat Montreal for the Stanley Cup in 1970! Desjardins made 60 saves in OT of game 7, to go along with his amazing playoff performance that year.



Winnipeg trades a goalie.



After seeing Dominik Hasek play well in this years playoffs, the Jets might be deciding itís his time. They trade their 4.5 star goalie, Don Edwards to the Flames, for Mike Krushelnyski and a first round pick! Edwards is 29, and the losingest(not a word, I donít care) goalie in WHA history. Check out his record. 38-160-19! He played with the Stingers, who were horrible. Itís a weird move for Calgary. They have a 5 star goalie in Bob Froese, whose 27, and 25 year old rookie Brian Hayward, whose 4.5 stars. Don Edwards isnít gonna fill a need. Seems like a waste of assets. Krushelnyski has 141 goals in 4 years, and a 1st round pick is a 1st round pick. Winnipeg not looking dumb here.


Edwards new team might be in the AHL, as the Flames don't need him!

The draft is filled with good players, with good potentials, but no one franchise changing, just yet. Obviously players can develop better. With the top pick, the Oilers try to fill a need, selecting goalie Curtis Joseph, who wasnít drafted in real life. Mike Richter, who has a higher potential then Joseph, goes 2nd to Pittsburgh.





Nick Libett was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame. Nick is probably the most unikely real life player to achieve this in the game. It seems like he came out of nowhere, and started scoring out of the blue. He didnít stop until he retired. Libett has been one of my favourite players during this replay. Iím happy to see him receive this honour!



Detroit is the first winner of the Iron Curtain draft. Unfortunately for them, the best qualifying player they own is Mikhail Shtalenkov, a 19 year old Russian goalie. Heís a 1 star potential goalie, with very average ratings across the board. Donít expect Shtalenkov to play in the NHL anytime soon.



The 2nd team selected is the Canadiens, who will sign 19 year old winger, German Titov. Titov is not ready for the NHL, but he will be someday. Heís got 2 star potential, and is already a slick puckhandler, who has a head for the game.




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1985-86 NHL Season Preview





Player Spotlight

One of the two defenseman to hit the 100 point mark last season was Al MacInnis. Here’s a look at him going into the season. Unstoppable is a word that comes to mind.



Last years assist leader was Neal Broten, someone I have never mentioned. No real reason, as Boston isn’t really challenging and my focus tends to move elsewhere it seems, but Broten has back to back 84 assist season, and deserves some recognition. Lets take a look at him.



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1985-86 NHL Regular Season

The Detroit Red Wings have sort of surprised everyone with a hot start, taking an early lead in the Norris Division. They ofcourse have Mario Lemieux, but a subtle move made just before opening day has worked out really well. The Wings picked up winger Ilkka Sinisalo from Montreal. He was put on Mario Lemieux’s right side, and has contributed a league leading 28 assists in 24 games so far. Detroit didn’t really have anyone who fit on a line with Mario. This has worked out well so far.


Sinisalo looks like a great fit beside Super Mario!

The other big story early on, is the Flyers. They have gone from horrible, 63 points last year, to amazing, with a 17-4-2 record, best in the league!! Steve Yzerman is off to a great start, with 36 points, but it’s more then just him. Pete Peeters and Ron Low have shaved 1.5 GAA’s off their averages from a year ago. Their young D core, all under 26, seem to have matured at the same time. They are deep on defense. Lets see if they can keep it up.


Pete Peeters is trying to establish himself as Philly's starting goalie.

Marcel Dionne and Gilbert Perreault both just passed the 1500 point plateau. Both have slowed down in their mid 30’s, but they are contributing, even though the Pens and Canucks are not very good. Dionne was the 5th player and Perreault was the 6th to get here! HOF is waiting.


Two new members of the 1500 point club.

Wayne Gretzky just signed a 4 year contract extension that will pay him 2.3 million dollars. That’s 575k a year. Time to take a look that the top 10 salaries in the NHL right now.



Dave Andreychuk almost became the first player to score 50 goals in 50 games. His 50th game came against his old team, the Quebec Nordiques, and Andreychuk scored 2 goals, giving him 49 goals!! Still, that’s the best goal scoring pace we have ever seen, I believe. Quebec traded this guy for Paul Maclean. Sorry Paul, that’s just horrible!


49 goals in 50 games!

In just his 2nd season, Mario Lemieux is destroying the competition. His 129 points in 62 games is ridiculous!! He has 31 more points then 2nd place Wayne Gretzky. Lemieux is on pace, if he stays healthy, to challenge Dennis Maruk’s single season scoring record of 163 points.


Can Lemieux set a record this year?

The Pittsburgh Penguins are close to making history. They might post the worst record in modern history when this season is over. The 1976 Atlanta Flames went 7-61-12, for 26 points. This Penguins team is 8-58-2 for 18 points with 12 games left. Yes, they have more wins, but they could easily finish with more losses, and less points! Marcel Dionne, only 34, has no one to play with anymore. He’s fallen to half a point a game. I don’t think there is a way to view the worst plus minus of all time, but Garry Galley has a -61. I’m gonna assume that’s it!


-61

Before the season ends, Guy Lafleur passes Stan Mikita for 2nd place on the all time scoring list. Guy finished the season with 41 goals and 90 points. That brings his career total to 766 goals, and 884 points. 1650 points, nine more then Mikita! Lafleur now sits 142 goals and 257 points behind Gordie Howe. Guy is 34….


2nd place on the all time scoring list!

Final Standings



Pittsburgh wins 12 games, and ties the 76 Flames with 26 points, but they lost way more. 66 losses in 80 games!! Wow!

The Flyers are passed by the Islanders, who win their 3rd straight President’s trophy. The Flyers are still hugely improved, finishing 2nd in the NHL. Will the Islanders turn this regular season dominance into a championship?

The Norris Division is the best division in hockey. Yes, the Patrick had the top 2 records, but 5th place Toronto in the Norris finished .500!



Dave Andreychuk sets an NHL record for goals in a single season. His 77 goals passes Guy Lafleur’s 72 set in 1980. Andreychuk is the reason for the Habs resurgence. He’s about to show his old Quebec team how big a mistake they made in the first round of this years playoffs!

Mario Lemieux’s 161 points is the 2nd highest total ever, only 2 points shy of Dennis Maruk’s 163! Lemieux got ridiculously good real fast! His 22 point margin of victory for the scoring title is HUGE! Mario’s teammate, Illka Sinisalo had a career high 102 points. That’s something Montreal didn’t expect he was capable of when they traded him.

Ray Bourque set a new mark for defenseman scoring. He gets 30 goals and 89 assists, for 119 points. Lets give him his 2nd Pilote Trophy right now!
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