Oh no, Latendresse is telling another one of his boring stories.
"Holy shit, it’s Hal Gill!"
"I’m too young to die! Hold me!"
"Someone save us!"
"I’m so scared!"
Guys, let’s just hang back here… Devante’s arguing with himself again and we do not want to get in the middle of that.
This Sunday’s edition of Vintage Hockey features a photo of Guy Lafleur (in the helmet in the back) celebrating a goal against the Detroit Red Wings, including Gordie Howe (on the left). Lafleur is one of the most talented guys to ever play the game of hockey, and has five Stanley Cup wins to prove it. Gordie Howe played hockey virtually forever, starting his NHL career in 1946 and ending in 1980. Howe was also a very talented guy - his name appears on the Cup four times, and he has won a plethora of other awards. However, today many people remember Howe as the namesake of the “Gordie Howe Hat Trick,” which consists of a player scoring a goal, earning an assist, and having a fight all in one game.
Elmer Lach and Maurice “Rocket” Richard celebrate while some unknown Bruins guy feels sad about not wearing a helmet while playing a very dangerous game.