Re: Short NHL Career Cup Winners
> Yes, Jean-Patrice did point that out. I looked on the officialhere's the link:
> Canadiens website and they have Fortier listed as a Cup winner that
Fortier is listed as a Cup winner in 1923-24.
- According to an article from the Edmonton Journal, dated May 15,
One-game engravings -- Four players in NHL history have their name
on the Stanley Cup after having played in only one career NHL game:
Charles Fortier (1924 Montreal Canadiens), Gordon Haidy and Doug
McKay (1950 Detroit Red Wings), and Chris Hayes (1972 Boston Bruins).
We've since learned that Fortier's name isn't actually ON the Cup,
but it is interesting that there were three other one-game wonders
(at least up until 1990). Note that it says they played only one
game BEFORE winning the Cup, not total in their career.
- re Charles Fortier -- Total Stanley Cup 2003 offers conflicting info on
this. Fortier is listed in Chapter 8 Year-by-Year Highlights, Scores,
and Rosters as a member of the 23-24 Habs. But he is not listed in either
the player or goaltender registers.
re Mike Zanier -- apparently made his NHL "debut" as the Oilers
non-playing backup goalie in Game 5 of the 1984 finals, which was the
deciding match. He's not listed on the Chapter 8 Roster but is in the
goalie register. Zanier played 3 rs games the next season, is last in
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