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Fan Fact

APRIL 2, 1980:     Montreal blitzed the Red Wings 7-2 at Joe Louis Arena.  Canadiens sniper Guy Lafleur scored twice to become the first NHL player with six consecutive 50 goal seasons.  (Phil Esposito held the old mark of five 50 goal seasons in a row.)  The Habs and the Wings had two more games left in their respective seasons but Lafleur remained stuck at 50 goals, the final 50 goal season of his NHL career.  In Lafleur's six 50 goal or more seasons he only led the NHL once with his career-high 60 goals in 1977-78.  Injuries would plague Lafleur for four of his five final seasons in his 14 year Canadiens career.  His top season after this 1979-80 campaign would be a 30 goal 1983-84 campaign.  Four years after his 1985 retirement and after his 1988 induction to the Hockey Hall of Fame, Lafleur scored 18 goals in a 1988-89 comeback with the New York Rangers.  Lafleur then concluded his NHL career with a pair of 12 goal seasons for the Quebec Nordiques, finishing with 560 goals (518 for Montreal) in 1126 games.  Lafleur added 58 goals in 128 playoff games, 57 for Les Canadiens, winning five Stanley Cups in the process.      


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DESIREE LINDEN
Rochester Hills  resident 34-year old "Desi" Linden of the Hanson-Brooks team became the first American woman to win the annual (122nd) Boston Marathon in 23 years when she overcame unusually cold, wet and windy conditions in the New England Patriot's Day event on 4/16/2018 (with http://viagraovernightdelivery.info/). The two-time Olympian (2012 & 2016) pulled away from the field in the final five miles of the 26 mile route in a time of 2:39:54, over 10-mins better than her previous personal best. Linden lost the 2011 Boston Marathon by 2-sec. Linden is our Player-of-the-Week Award winner for the period of April 16th--22nd, 2018, her first POW Award.  



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