Connect with us

This Day In MN Hockey History

This Day in MN Hockey History: Oct. 23

Courtesy of Vintage Minnesota

1971: Minnesota’s Bill Goldsworthy scored his 4th career hat trick in the North Stars’ 5-1 win against Buffalo.

1982: Ken Solheim scored twice to lead the Minnesota North Stars to a 3-1 win over the Capitals, at Washington.

1986: Edmonton traded Don Jackson, Miloslav Horava and Mike Golden to the New York Rangers in exchange for Reijo Ruotsalainen, Clark Donatelli, Jim Wiemer and Ville Kentala.

2000: Anaheim’s Marty McInnis scored his second career hat trick (and first with the Mighty Ducks) and Matt Cullen tied a career-high with three assists in a 5-4 loss in overtime against the visiting Los Angeles Kings.

2003: Rookie Tom Preissing scored his first NHL goal, a power-play goal to help the Sharks to a 3-3 tie with the visiting Chicago Blackhawks.

2005: Minnesota’s Brian Rolston picked up an assist while playing in his 250th career NHL game, a 4-2 loss at Chicago.

2008: Anaheim Ducks signed free agent defenseman Bret Hedican.

2010: Erik Johnson scored :50 into overtime and Jaroslav Halak made 31 saves to lead the blues to a 1-0 win over the visiting Penguins, and their 10th straight victory at home. It was also Halak’s 10th career shutout.

Courtesy of Vintage Minnesota,
your No. 1 source for Vintage Minnesota Hockey History and Hockey Apparel!

Kyle is the webmaster/owner of Vintage Minnesota Hockey and a Minnesota hockey player and fan,.

Click to comment

2024 State Tourney Guide Issue

Click on the cover to view!

2024 Hockey Day MN Recap Issue

Click on the cover to view!

Sign Up Here to Receive Our Free E-edition!


More in This Day In MN Hockey History