On This Day November 20th.

November 20: On this day in 1934, Hall-of-Famer Harvey "Busher" Jackson became the first NHL player to score 4 goals in one period in a 5-2 Leaf victory over the St. Louis Eagles. As of 2008, 4 goals in one period by one player remains an NHL record tied by several players, including Wayne Gretzky and Mario Lemieux.

He played 636 regular season games, scoring 241 goals with 234 assists. In 71 playoff games, he had 18 goals and 12 assists.
Harvey "Busher" Jackson

November 20: On this day in 1974, Dave Keon played his 1000th NHL career game, all in a Maple Leafs uniform. To mark the occasion, Keon scored his fifth and final hat trick as a Leaf. One of Keon's goals that evening came on a penalty shot. As a rookie in 1960-61, Keon had 20 goals and 45 total points to capture the Calder trophy as rookie of the year. In 15 seasons with the Leafs, Keon won four Stanley Cups and became the only Leaf to date to win the Conn Smythe trophy as MVP in the 1967 playoffs.

November 20: On this day in 2000, Hockey fans and history buffs flooded the old ice surface at Maple Leaf Gardens, as everything from turnstiles to players' toilets went on sale.

The more than 800 items auctioned that Sunday included seats, lockers, ticket boxes, clocks, pictures, and goal lights. There were also wooden benches etched with skates and stained with players' blood.

Would buying an old toilet be pouring money down the drain? Not for truly diehard fans, according to Jeff Newman of Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment... more...
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