Gagner Only Had Seven Points

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Gagner Only Had Seven Points

Sam Gagner’s eight-point performance last Thursday night was undoubtedly the NHL’s feel-good story of the week and, on the surface, it was phenomenal. No player had scored that many points in a game in more than 23 years and only once in the league’s history – when Bert Olmstead did it in 1954-55 – had a player scored eight in a game in an era when league-wide scoring was lower than it is now...

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