On This Day February 24th.

February 24:   On this day in 1956, Harry Lumley the Owen Sound native became the first goalie in NHL history to get 100 Shutouts with two different teams Toronto Maple Leafs and Detroit Red wins.

February 24:   On this day in 1968, Garry Unger began his record ironman streak of 914 consecutive regular season games played. For the first 5 games of the streak, Unger was a Maple Leaf, until he was traded to the Red Wings in a blockbuster deal on March 3. Unger's run ended as a member of the Atlanta Flames in December of 1979. The only other NHL player to play in more consecutive regular season games was Doug Jarvis who holds the NHL record of 964 consecutive games.

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