Connect with us

This Day In MN Hockey History

This Day in MN Hockey History: Oct. 30

Courtesy of Vintage Minnesota

1947: Former North Stars right winger Danny Lawson born in Toronto, Ont.

1974: J.P. Parise scored a goal and an assist and Jude Drouin added two assists to lead the Minnesota North Stars to a 3-3 tie against the Bruins at Boston.

1975: Stan Gilbertson had three assists as the Capitals won 6-2 against the Scouts, at Kansas City.

1981: NY Rangers purchased Tom Younghans from the Minnesota North Stars.

1982: Tom McCarthy scored twice to lead the Minnesota North Stars to a 3-2 win over the Philadelphia Flyers, at the Met Center.

1985: Denis Savard scored a goal and added two assists as the Black Hawks won 6-5, at Minnesota. Brian Bellows had two goals and an assist for the North Stars.

1986: Devils’ Aaron Broten scored two goals, including the winning goal at 4:22 of overtime and added two assists as New Jersey won 7-6 over the visiting Islanders. Mark Johnson also had two goals and two assists for the Devils.

1990: Calgary Flames won 9 games in the month of October for the first time in franchise history, when they beat the visiting New Jersey Devils 6-3. Joel Otto scored twice in the second period to give him 100 career NHL goals.

1996: Playing in his 1,000th career NHL game, Phil Housley picked up an assist (in a 4-2 Caps’ win over the Flyers) to move into 5th place on the career list for defensemen. Housley’s 959th career point moved him ahead of Larry Robinson.

1998: Florida rookie Mark Parrish scored four goals (a Panthers’ team record) including his first career hat trick in a 7-3 win at Chicago. Ray Whitney assisted on three of Parrish’s goals.

2000: Florida’s Bret Hedican set a team record for defensemen with 2 power play goals in the 1st period, Ray Whitney tied a team record with 4 assists (and another record with 3 assists in the 1st period) in a 6-5 overtime loss to the Devils at New Jersey.

2001: Darby Hendrickson scored two goals and added an assist for his 100th career point as the Minnesota Wild beat the Predators 4-2 at Nashville.

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