Enter For a Chance to Win Puck the Media Summer Reading Book #1, Flip Flop Fly Ball by Craig Robinson

After reading this review of Craig Robinson’s Flip Flop Fly Ball yesterday, I’m sure some of you are interested in getting a copy yourself. Courtesy of Bloomsbury, you have that chance today. Here’s what you have to do, it is really very simple:

1. Enter your name and e-mail address in the comments, all folks who have never commented before will be approved.

2. Add, along with it, your favorite obscure hockey statistic.

The person with the most interesting, obscure hockey factoid (provided it is true) will win a free copy of the book. Deadline for submission 5 p.m. ET tonight, winner will be notified via e-mail. Good luck!

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7 Responses to Enter For a Chance to Win Puck the Media Summer Reading Book #1, Flip Flop Fly Ball by Craig Robinson

  1. Jay Silverman says:

    1. Jay Silverman – jaysilverman1 at gmail dot com

    2. The highest scoring brother duo in NHL history is Wayne Gretzky (2857) and Brent Gretzky (4) for a combined 2861 points.

  2. Tim Donovan says:

    Take away all of Wayne Gretzky’s 894 goals and he is STILL the NHL’s all-time leading scorer with 1,963 points on assists alone.

    Tim Donovan tim.d.donovan@gmail.com

  3. Wade says:

    Wade Brown wadepittbrown@yahoo.com
     
    Luc Robitaille, Rick Tocchet, and Kevin Stevens have all been traded, straight up, for one another at some point in their career.
     
    Per TSN
    1994/07/29 Los Angeles Kings traded Luc Robitaille to the Pittsburgh Penguins for Rick Tocchet.
    1996/01/25 Boston Bruins traded Kevin Stevens to the Los Angeles Kings for Rick Tocchet.
    1997/08/28 New York Rangers traded Luc Robitaille to the Los Angeles Kings for Kevin Stevens.
     

  4. e says:

    Eric Larson- eslarson@rcn.com
    November 1979- Billy Smith is credited with being the first goalie to score a goal. Defenseman Rob Ramage accidentally shot the puck into his own goal. Smith was the last Islander to touch the puck and went into the history books as the first goalie to score a goal.

  5. Phil Viveiros says:

    Phil Viveiros – philipvi at gmail dot com

    Career points leader among goalies – Tom Barrasso, 48 points

  6. Brian says:

    Too bad I missed this one, cause I had a good bit of trivia. Darn it!

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