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THIS DATE IN PLAYOFF HISTORY
Pierre McGuire
May 04, 1998
MAY 4, 1985, BLACKHAWKS VS. OILERS Glenn Anderson, Charlie Huddy and Jari Kurri each scored two goals in Edmonton's 11-2 thrashing of Chicago in Game 1 of the Campbell Conference finals. Only three of the Oilers' 18 skaters failed to score a point as Edmonton, which would win its second straight Stanley Cup 26 days later, equaled NHL postseason records (since broken) for goals in a game and consecutive victories (11). Said Hawks goaltender Murray Bannerman, "It was over when they played the national anthems."
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May 04, 1998

This Date In Playoff History

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MAY 4, 1985, BLACKHAWKS VS. OILERS
Glenn Anderson, Charlie Huddy and Jari Kurri each scored two goals in Edmonton's 11-2 thrashing of Chicago in Game 1 of the Campbell Conference finals. Only three of the Oilers' 18 skaters failed to score a point as Edmonton, which would win its second straight Stanley Cup 26 days later, equaled NHL postseason records (since broken) for goals in a game and consecutive victories (11). Said Hawks goaltender Murray Bannerman, "It was over when they played the national anthems."

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