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Cy Denneny

Throughout the 1920s, there were many stars and one that burned brighter than most was Cy Denneny, the man who would set NHL records that would last for decades and have more Stanley Cup success than most players of that era. Denneny was born on Dec...

Frank McGee

When the Hockey Hall of Fame was established in 1945, one man who was enshrined was a person who had one eye, who had only played professional hockey for three years and had been dead for three decades. His name was Frank McGee, and his career was...

Babe Dye

You know you are good when you are given the name of one of the greatest athletes of the time. Such was the case for Cecil Henry Dye, known better as Babe Dye. While his playing career ended 90 years ago, he remains one of the greatest players the...

Nels Stewart

In the early days of hockey, one of the most dominant players in NHL history was the man they called Old Poison, better known as Nels Stewart. Born in Montreal on Dec. 29, 1902 as Robert Nelson Stewart, he would play hockey on the outdoor ponds and...

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