who scored twice in Nashville, his fourth and fifth goals of the year and Adam Lowry have fathers who had long and storied NHL careers. Dave Lowry is an assistant coach with the L.A. Kings and couldn't make the trip, but four-time Stanley Cup champion Claude Lemieux is just one of the gang.
Date: Jan 19, 2019
Facts and Figures: Fleury headed to third straight Stanley Cup Final
Including Fleury, 37 different players in NHL history reached the Cup Final in consecutive years with different teams entering 2018. Six won the Cup each time: Eddie Gerard, Lionel Conacher, Ed Litzenberger, Al Arbour, Claude Lemieux and Cory Stillman. Gerard won the Cup in four straight seasons (19
Date: May 21, 2018
Weekly Reader: Should the NHL adopt a zero-tolerance policy on head contact?
blood on the ice, during a time when Canadian media icons would put their names on VHS collections of leaping checks into opponents' skulls. Claude Lemieux, who would balance out unmistakable talent with nefarious plays that he'd never answer for (he would have loved Wilson), was my favorite player.
Date: May 05, 2018
How Penguins playoff scorer Jake Guentzel became a Nebraska hockey icon
playoffs with 10 goals. That total leaves him four short of the rookie record for a single postseason, which was set by Dino Ciccarelli of the Minnesota North Stars in 1981. Guentzel's four winning goals in the playoffs are tied for the rookie record, which he shares with Chris Drury and Claude Lemieux.
Date: May 31, 2017
Stanley Cup final opener rises above Bettman remarks, offside controversy
might be a healthy scratch for the series opener. But he did play and he made history to become only the fifth rookie to reach 10 or more goals in the playoffs, after Dino Ciccarelli (Minnesota, 1981), Claude Lemieux (Montreal, 1986), Jeremy Roenick (Chicago, 1990) and Brad Marchand (Boston, 2011).
Even Predators forward Filip Forsberg, who has never been confused with, say, Claude Lemieux, snuck in a stick to the groin of the Ducks' Jacob Silfverberg just before the second period ended. The officials missed that one, as well as a two-hander to the back of the legs of Nashville defenseman P.K.
Date: May 16, 2017
Captain Serious isn't playing around: Why Chicago's Jonathan Toews is still hockey's top leader
"There are certain types of players who just love the big stage and love competing," said Claude Lemieux, a four-time Cup winner known for doing anything in his power to swing a playoff game. "The bigger the stage, the more they compete. That's just how he is."
"It's everybody in it together," said former Red Wings forward Darren McCarty, the star of two of the Joe's most memorable moments: pummeling Claude Lemieux and scoring the overtime winner against the Colorado Avalanche on March 26, 1997; and scoring the Cup-clinching goal against the Philadelphia F