Why the NHL's individuality issues may be preventing gay players from coming out (2023)

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In a moving (and well-deserved) public display of admiration and respect for retired Detroit Red Wings defenseman Nicklas Lidstrom, who by almost everyone was such a true embodiment of class that "classes" in various Michigan school districts should rightly to be called Lidstroms: Ken Holland paid Lidstrom a huge compliment.

Holland called Lidstrom a "no maintenance" player.

It was a great appointment, a testament to Lidstrom's ability to lead the Red Wings to success without ever being in the spotlight, and heralded as a role model for current and future NHL players. But at the same time, it should be noted that Lidstrom's approach is not for everyone. Not all players are silent and I think progressing only on Lidstrom's silent path is bad.

More importantly, I can't help but think that if I were a gay hockey player, this feeling would make me afraid to come out.

Who wants to excel in a league where excellence is seen as a problem? The league wants players who are low maintenance and who reveal an alternative sexuality that requires maintenance.

It seems reasonable to assume that there is at least one gay hockey player in the NHL, something Tanner Glass reported when he joined the You Can Play project in March.

"The fact that there are no openly gay athletes in our sport is not right," he said.said the Winnipeg Sun. "If you look at the numbers, statistically there have to be some guys."

The glass is correct. It is difficult to determine exactly what percentage of the population is gay, but the latest research suggests that, demographically, it is between 2 and 3%. Even with that two percent, out of about 700 players in the NHLPA, we're looking at about 14 gay hockey players. Playing it safe, we can comfortably reduce that number to "a few" and assume we're in the ballpark.

But right now, as far as we know, he's not in the NHL. And if someone decides to reveal their sexual orientation, so be it. Only one.

There will also be a media circus. This person will obviously be a frontrunner and God knows there are several teams in the league waiting with baited breath for this player to emerge.In a recent interview with Adam Proteau of The Hockey NewsPatrick Burke, founder of the You Can Play Project, predicted an openly gay NHL player within the next two years.

But this is not only Burke's view. This is also your hope. After all, paving the way for hockey players to feel comfortable talking openly about their sexuality is what the charity is all about. It would validate the courageous work that Burke is doing and give the project a standard that goes beyond mere players who commit to making short, supportive PSAs knowing they have nothing to lose, especially when everyone else is doing it.

The You Can Play project is making great strides, but when it comes to embracing uniqueness, the league is woefully behind. In the NHL, if "person" isn't associated with "effort," it's usually presented as a disadvantage. Hockey may not have openly gay hockey players, but it does have some great openly gay hockey players who have been openly criticized for this lack all season long.

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Consider the cases of Ilya Bryzgalov and Tim Thomas.

Page Case of Ilya Bryzgalov

What did we learn from this NHL season? Among other things, that Ilya Bryzgalov is a strange bird.

The fact that we didn't really find out until 2011-2012 that Ilya Bryzgalov, of all people, had somehow managed to slip under the radar until now is a testament to four things: Dave Tippett's excellent system that he can quietly make Mike Smith and Jason LaBarbera look like Mike Richter and John Vanbiesbrouck. Huge difference between covering hockey in Arizona and covering it in Philadelphia, where reporters get beaten up on a farm in Chester County. The crazy Bryzgalov contract that pays him $70 billion over eleven billion years and it's getting attention. and HBO 24/7, which offered even more.

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Suddenly Bryzgalov had cameras and microphones in his face all the time and it was great. Throughout the year he joked with the crowd, played pranks, pulled funny nonsense and made funny faces. Bryzgalow's performance in the scrum was a treat to watch.

There was less on the ice.

No matter what the Flyers tried (besides playing defense against him), they couldn't get him anywhere close to playing level in Phoenix.

Even worse, when he played poorly, many of those who tried to explain his problems always turned to his personality. Somehow his unpredictability off the ice was matched by his unpredictability on the ice, as if his penchant for conceding bad goals was a symptom of the same weirdness that made him such a fun interview.

To hear the media talk about it from time to time, instead of going on the record, Bryzgalov shouted "Tra la la!" and do a pirouette from the turn.

To suppress his cursed whim, already in November Bryzgalovhe had a muzzlefor brochures. Bryzgalov's start meant that the day before the game and during the morning skate he was kept away from reporters and released later.

The media was upset, but mostly reacted with amusement.Broad Street Hockey's Travis Hughes was fun:

Why would a man who was paid $51 million to keep records be distracted by talking to various people with tape recorders and notebooks? If the problem is that there is far more media in Philly than in Phoenix, let's point out the absurdity of that. Talking to eight, ten or fifteen people is no more difficult than talking to two people. Not if you're a professional athlete and especially if you're not the opposite of media-shy.

The Flyers established that policy today with Bryzgalov. Why did they do it? It's crazy to think that you just can't stand the distractions of media talk. This statement fails the smell test.

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No kidding, it fails the scent test. But it's an indication of what's happening with unique characters in the NHL. If they play poorly, they essentially forfeit the right to excel. It's entirely possible, yes, possible, that Bryzgalov's banter with the media had absolutely nothing to do with his uneven play this season, but because he had the audacity to point out his personality, it was assumed that was where the problem lay.

What bothered me so much was Bryzgalov hurting the Flyers.Who was he?. I wonder if any gay hockey players have noticed this?

But Bryzgalov wasn't the only boxer who paid the price for the public to know about him.

The Curious Case of Tim Thomas

At the end of the 2010-11 season, Tim Thomas was an American hero. He just played one of the best individual campaigns in NHL history. His glory was endless.

However, people praised Thomas not only for his networking skills, but also for his engaging nature, assertive demeanor and what Joe MacDonald calledthe photo of her with the boy next door.

The irony is that people loved who Thomas was precisely because they didn't really know who he was. It couldn't have been more evident than when he unexpectedly decided to skip the team's celebratory visit to the White House in January. Margary Eagan of the Boston Herald summed up the hockey world's reaction to the news:

“The only thing I knew about Thomas until yesterday was his amazing hockey game. This is what I suspect today: he is a spoiled child.'

Eventually, Thomas revealed his political views on his Facebook page, explaining that he disagreed with the government's directives and that he was exercising his right as a free citizen by abandoning the trip. It rubbed a lot the wrong way, but he really had a point.

Also, speaking of fairness, for the first time anyone realized how politically inclined Thomas was, which caused a sharp shift in mood, even among Bruins fans.

It was Thomas who showed up and people didn't like him. Thomas tried to distinguish himself at the All-Star break.Z ESPN:

"Everything I said and did, I did as a person. Not as a representative of the Boston Bruins," Thomas said Friday at All-Star Weekend in Ottawa. "Anything to do with me. But that's separate from hockey. This is my personal life and these are my personal opinions. These are my own personal beliefs. It has nothing to do with hockey. All-Star Game. This has nothing to do with the Boston Bruins.

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Unfortunately for Thomas, not everyone took the incident lightly, and his failure to show up at the White House was credited as a contributing factor to the Bruins' second half of the season. The before-and-after stats didn't help: The Bruins were 31-13-2 before Thomas stayed home and 18-16-2 after.

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But it is this incidentActuallyaffect the game of Thomas or the Bruins?

Probably not.

It doesn't matter that the team's excellent record before the visit was exaggerated by their remarkable November, or that they were already rested before traveling to Washington, with 4 losses in their last 9 games. Thomas took much of the blame for upsetting the band's delicate and emotional chemistry, with views not shared by everyone.

Most argued that he really should have come to terms with his beliefs, a very important aspect of his identity, because that was what was best for the group.

I hate this. I thought it was a pretty stupid decision at the time, and I still do, but that's because I'm me. I do not hold Thomas's beliefs or opinions. I'm not Tim Thomas. If he believes strongly in that decision, he should be allowed to do so, and the fact that we expected him to be someone who wasn't for the good of the team seems unfair.

Also, the fact that much of the hockey community has turned against him after seeing parts of his identity that had nothing to do with how he played on the ice is troubling, especially as a reflection of how we can embrace a gay athlete.

Like I said, there are no openly gay athletes in hockey, but we saw something in both Thomas and Bryzgalow that I think is part of the reason.

The more we know about players, the more ways we can criticize them. Frankly, deviating from the pattern is dangerous, as Helen Etchingham recently pointed out.From the upside down shelf:

All it takes to ruin an image is bad interview management, bad audio, an annoying iPhone photo. Every player has something about them, some opinion, some idea, some off-ice habit that might be something that isn't bad at all by human standards, like going to clubs or not understanding Chinese poaching laws. the reluctance to do so. the Flyers: this is heresy for hockey players. Cross any of these arbitrary and often invisible lines, and your life becomes a sea of ​​the same stupid jokes and repetitive questions, people making fun of your habits and questioning your character, which are (again) hard to deal with. grace and even harder not to be distracted

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There are reasons why hockey might be the perfect sport for an openly gay athlete, but the way we hold and criticize others to conform is not one of them.

It is true that in the case of Thomas and Bryzgalov, there were several additional circumstances that worked against them. Bryzgalow's contract made his bad play intolerable and you can't underestimate the White House like Thomas did without a sigh. Also, many will find the first gay hockey player brave and attack almost anyone who tries to say otherwise.

However, the mood will not be entirely positive. While I would say that many of us and many in the hockey community are progressive enough to accept a gay hockey player like anyone else, there are some who do not share that acceptance and are just wise enough not to say anything.

Consider the reception retired basketball player John Amaechi received when he came out in 2007. It was very mixed. There were those who openly took it, those who condemned it stupidly, like Tim Hardaway who said "First of all, I wouldn't want him on my team" and then only judged him worse, and many others who revealed some serious concern. .

(My favorite was Shavik Randolph, who said, "As long as you don't bring your homosexuality to me, I'll be fine." I'm still not sure if Randolph is afraid to confront homosexuality or if he might be infected by it.)

I doubt anyone playing in the NHL today will receive anything but positive reception. You're more likely to see homophobic, accepting, and anxious reactions alike, which add up to the worst thing imaginable: attention.

For both Thomas and Bryzgalov, winning more games would likely silence the critics, and arguably the best thing that could happen to the first openly gay hockey player would be a quick Stanley Cup. But any judgments that followed the revelation will be blamedTHATthe revelation and how it destroyed the chemistry within the band. If what we are led to believe is true, bands are fragile collective souls whose soul resonance is not remotely possible without the complete removal of any disturbances.

With all of this in mind and with the public crucifixion of thomas, bryzgalov, and any other unsupported player, I've seen more than one gay hockey player decide, because of team chemistry and avoiding distractions, it's probably easier to stay in closet until they are done with hockey.

According to Burke, if a player is solely concerned with performance, stopping the game can improve performance. I talked to him about his experience, talking about other athletes who came out.

“They talked about taking the weight off their shoulders,” he said, “being more comfortable with who they are. All these guys told me it's an almost universal feeling... I don't expect any player or team to get distracted. I predict which one will be positive."

Burke also had something to say about all the players' fear of the media circus and the potential team distraction it entails.

"We've dealt with quite a few members of the media, we've dealt with quite a few fans, we've dealt with quite a few other players so we know that's not going to be a problem," he said. "The hockey world is ready for this and I honestly think it will become a rallying point for the players, for the team. They're going to rally around the guy who does it and not use him as a scapegoat or anything."

But this is optimistic. We see players being scapegoated all the time, often for the dumbest nonsense (like being born in Russia, for example), and there's not much their teammates can do to combat this negativity. Also, in my opinion, if a gay hockey player shared this optimism, he would not hide his sexual orientation.

And finally, You Can Play has a design to minimize the controls and reduce the pressure to be first through this circus - there is no such thing as first man.

"Ideally, we'd like to do it as a team, get four or five guys that want to go out and do it as a team," Burke said. "In this way, there is no first, there are five first."

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"We've given enough people in the hockey community that we're here to support whoever wants to come out. We'd like to form a team. Whether it's retired players or current players, whether it's coaches, media or whatever I think that doing it as a team would take a lot of pressure off everyone."

Actually. Our problems with those who stand out are at the heart of my concern about gay athletes coming out about their sexual orientation, but that concern is certainly mitigated if we can single out an individual by creating a supportive community of like-minded people across the board. world. world once.


Who was the first openly gay NHL player? ›

Nashville Predators prospect Luke Prokop, the first openly gay player under NHL contract, recently spoke out about several Pride Night controversies around the league.

Which NHL teams don't wear pride jerseys? ›

Three teams have said their whole roster won't wear the jerseys because of a Russian anti-LGBTQ+ law.
The teams that opted out are:
  • New York Rangers.
  • Minnesota Wild.
  • Chicago.
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Why do hockey players switch in and out so much? ›

Why Do Hockey Teams Have Shifts? Hockey teams have shifts because ice hockey is such a physically demanding sport. Due to the extreme nature of the sport, players need to change continuously to avoid getting fatigued quickly.

Who is the gay NHL player agent? ›

In an exclusive story written by Pierre LeBrun for The Athletic, Bayne Pettinger, an NHL player agent and long-time hockey manager, is receiving lots of support from the game's biggest stars after letting them know he is gay.

Who is the guy always with the Stanley Cup? ›

The Cup's main escort, known as The Keeper of the Cup, is Phil Pritchard. Pritchard has been looking after the Cup since December, 1988, and is embarking on his 26th year with the Hockey Hall of Fame, which serves as “home” to the Cup on the rare day it is not traveling.

Does anyone in the NHL wear 69? ›

Earlier in his career, he played for the Chicago Blackhawks and the San Jose Sharks of the National Hockey League (NHL). Desjardins won the Stanley Cup with the Chicago Blackhawks in 2015. He is also notable for being one of only two players in NHL history to have worn the number 69, with the other being Mel Angelstad.

Why can't you tuck your jersey in NHL? ›

Some reporters suggested that enforcing uniform rules was the National Hockey League's attempt to reduce freak accidents where a player's body was cut by skate blade while others said the league was laying down rules for eventually selling advertising space that would display prominently on the entire jersey.

Why can't you wear 0 in the NHL? ›

Beginning with the 1996-97 season, the NHL decreed that Nos. 0 and 00 could no longer be worn since they confused the League's digital database; today, only No. 1 through No. 98 are allowed, No.

Why do hockey teams dump and chase? ›

The primary objective for a defenseman is to prevent the team with the puck from scoring on their net. So, when the puck possessing team is skating through the neutral zone, the defensemen will often time step up and prevent them from taking it into their defensive zone. This is where the dump and chase comes in.

Why is fighting so common in NHL? ›

Causes. There are many reasons for fights during a hockey game. Some reasons are related to game play, such as retaliation, momentum-building, intimidation, deterrence, attempting to draw "reaction penalties", and protecting star players.

Is there a mercy rule in NHL? ›

In ice hockey, as in other sports, there is no such thing as a “mercy rule.” If a team is ahead by a large margin late in the game, they will still try to score more goals.

Who is the NHL beer partner? ›

NEW YORK - Anheuser-Busch and the National Hockey League (NHL) today announced a multiyear partnership, naming Bud Light an Official Beer of the NHL in the U.S. and Budweiser an Official Beer of the NHL in Canada.

Are there two guys with the same name in the NHL? ›

However, less people may be aware of Sebastian Aho that impressed at the AHL level before joining the New York Islanders. They have the exact same name, they both play in the NHL and on Sunday, they confused a lot of people. Sebastian Aho (Canes) to the box for hook Sebastian Aho (#Isles).

Who is the official cleaning partner of the NHL? ›

NEW YORK - The Clorox Company, a global leader in cleaning and disinfection, and the National Hockey League (NHL) today announced a new multiyear North American partnership, naming Clorox the Official Cleaning and Disinfecting Product Partner of the NHL®.

Do players keep the Stanley Cup? ›

It's also the only trophy in major sports that is not reproduced each year. 4. The winning team holds the trophy for one year and each person is given 24 hours with the Cup, a tradition formalized in 1995. 5.

Who dropped the Stanley Cup? ›

In 1962, the Toronto Maple Leafs were on top of the hockey world. During the celebratory bonfire, the club mistakenly used the Stanley Cup as fire wood, dropping the hardware into the fire. The Leafs had to pay for the significant damage done to the Cup in the process.

Who has won the most Stanley Cups by a player not in Hall of Fame? ›

Provost won the most Stanley Cups of anyone who is not a member of Hockey Hall of Fame. Every other player and executive who has won at least eight Stanley Cups has been named to the Hockey Hall of Fame.
Claude Provost
Playing career1955–1970
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Why is 99 not allowed in hockey? ›

99 is retired throughout the NHL not only because he is considered the greatest player in League history, but because the number and his name are synonymous. Though there is no debate over who the best player to wear that number is, there are 98 other numbers with more than one worthy candidate.

Why can't you wear 66 in hockey? ›

In baseball, the #3 was Babe Ruth's number. In basketball, the #23 was Jordan's number. In hockey, the number 66 is Lemieux's number. It's his, you can't have it.

What is the rarest number in the NHL? ›

19, 25, 36, 41, 45, 50, 70, 72, 74 and 88 are all worn by at least one player at each position. Of course, 66, 69 and 99 are not worn by anybody. 80, 84 and 94 are the three numbers not worn by any player that would be available.

What does C mean in hockey? ›

At most levels of play each team must designate one captain and a number of alternate captains (usually two or three) who speak to the officials when the captain is on the bench. Captains wear a "C" on their sweaters, while alternate captains wear an "A".

Why does Ovechkin wear yellow laces? ›

Ovechkin first began wearing yellow because he liked their look. “His standard answer about them was always that he thought they looked cool,” former Caps PR rep Nate Ewell said to me years ago. “The yellow laces are also waxed, though, so some players like them because they stay in place better.

Do you wear a shirt under an NHL jersey? ›

Start with a T-shirt, followed by a loose-fitting, long-sleeve shirt. Wear your hockey jersey over that. If you don't think all that's enough to keep you warm for a couple of hours, bring a lightweight jacket or a hoodie. If you need to remove a layer or two, you'll be good to go.

Is the number 00 allowed in NHL? ›

The NHL formerly allowed players to wear both No. 0 and 00, but nobody has worn either since Marty Biron suited up for the Buffalo Sabres in 1995–96 with the double-zero on his back. The league subsequently outlawed the practice the following season. But if players in other leagues can wear 0, why can't NHL stars?

Is 00 banned in NHL? ›

0 and 00 are not allowed because it raises hell with the NHL database. Three digit numbers are not allowed for the same reason. Martin Biron of the Buffalo Sabres wore 00 during the 1995–96 season.

Has there ever been a 0-0 hockey game? ›

1949: The Montreal Canadiens and New York Rangers stage one of the best goaltending duels in NHL history when Bill Durnan of the Canadiens and Chuck Rayner of the Rangers match saves for 60 minutes in a 0-0 tie at the Forum.

What do you call girls who chase hockey players? ›

A puck bunny is a term used to describe a female ice hockey fan whose interest in the sport is purported to be primarily motivated by sexual attraction to the players rather than enjoyment of the game itself.

What do hockey teams do with hats thrown on the ice? ›

The new hats are then hand delivered to Children's Hospitals and Clinics and donated by the player who scores the hat trick. "It's something I really enjoyed," said Wild forward Mikael Granlund, one of the Wild players who has delivered those lids following his hat trick against Nashville on Dec. 29.

Why is cross checking illegal in hockey? ›

In the rules of the National Hockey League, cross-checking is defined in Rule 59, while the International Ice Hockey Federation rules define it in Rule 127. While body checking is allowed in boys and men's ice hockey, the use of the stick increases the risk of injury to an opponent.

What is Rule 46 in hockey? ›

Rule 46 regulates fighting in hockey

According to Rule 46, “A fight shall be deemed to have occurred when at least one player punches or attempts to punch an opponent repeatedly or when two players wrestle in such a manner as to make it difficult for the Linesmen to intervene and separate the combatants.”

What is smelling salt in hockey? ›

Ammonia salts directly irritate the nasal mucosa and elicit a noxious reflex. This causes the heart to beat faster and hopefully counteract the vagal response. Approximately 50 years ago, they became popular in sports to supposedly counteract the effects of head trauma.

Why do hockey players drop their gloves before fight? ›

Also, hockey players must drop their gloves to signal that they want to fight. A player who does not drop their gloves indicates that they do not want to fight, and any blows to that player can result in more serious consequences to the instigator.

What is the 40 game rule in NHL? ›

An Accrued Season is defined as a year in which a skater is on an NHL roster for at least 40 games (30 games for Goalies). If a player is on the NHL team's roster but injured, the team's games count towards the 40 game minimum.

Can an NHL player refuse to play? ›

A player can refuse to go, but they will, simply, be suspended without pay by the team that acquired them. This basically never happens. When a player gets traded they will always go to the team that has acquired them. They may not like it, but it goes with the territory of playing in the NHL.

Can there be a 5 on 2 in hockey? ›

No, a team can never have less than 3 players on the ice. If a team takes a penalty while they have three players on the ice the penalty will be served at the expiry of the penalty with the least amount of time left.

Who was the first gay hockey Hall of Fame? ›

Bio. Angela James was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2010, becoming the first openly gay player, one of the first women, and only the second black athlete to ever be inducted.

Who was the first girl to play in the NHL? ›

In 1992, Manon Rheaume signed a tryout contract with the NHL's Tampa Bay Lightning and became the first-ever woman to participate in an NHL game. Although she only played for part of one period during an exhibition game against St.

Who was the first gay video game character? ›

Alfred Horner is a gay man who co-owns a bookstore. This was the first time a gay character in a computer game was given a speaking role.

Is the real Stanley Cup at the Hockey Hall of Fame? ›

The Stanley Cup makes its permanent home within the Esso Great Hall at the Hockey Hall of Fame. This cathedral to the icons of hockey is home to every major NHL trophy, portraits and biographical sketches of each Hockey Hall of Fame Honoured Member, and is the highlight of any visit.

Who was the first openly gay Golden Age Hollywood star? ›

Wisecracker: The Life and Times of William Haines, Hollywood's First Openly Gay Star.

Did Wayne Gretzky make a Hall of Fame? ›

He was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1999, the year he retired, and into Canada's Sports Hall of Fame the following year. In addition to his NHL career, Gretzky played for Canada whenever he was asked.

Can a woman be in the NHL? ›

Louis on Sept. 23, 1992, becoming the first — and still only — woman to suit up for an NHL game. “I never even thought I would even play in the NHL. It wasn't even a dream of mine,” said Rheaume, who played one period of an exhibition against Boston a year later and spent several seasons playing in men's minor leagues.

Has a woman ever been drafted in the NHL? ›

In 1992, Rhéaume signed a contract with the Tampa Bay Lightning of the NHL, appearing in preseason exhibition games in 1992 and 1993.
Manon Rhéaume
Rhéaume in 2010
BornFebruary 24, 1972 Beauport, Quebec, Canada
Height5 ft 7 in (170 cm)
Weight130 lb (59 kg; 9 st 4 lb)
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Has a woman ever played a game in the NHL? ›

Manon Rheaume: First woman to play in NHL.

Who is Disney's first gay character animation? ›

Strange World, which was released on November 23, 2022, features Ethan Clade, who is the first gay lead character in a Disney animated film. Ethan Clade is voiced by gay comedian Jaboukie Young-White.

Who was the first gay character in lol? ›

K'Sante marks an evolution in “League's” approach to characters' race and sexuality. Previously, Riot often included a tidbit confirming a champion's sexuality in out-of-game lore, or coyly worked it in in some regions' version of the game and not others'.

What was the first gay in cartoon? ›

October 18, 1990: Karl and Homer kiss in The Simpsons episode, "Simpson and Delilah," said to be the first animated male-male kiss to air on network television.

What is the most common name in the NHL? ›

Michael and Robert (and their various derivatives) are by far the most plentiful on the NHL's all-time player list. There have been more than 200 players named Mike/Michael/Michel (Puck Prospectus put the number at 206) in the NHL, the most of any first name.

Whose names is on the Stanley Cup and misspelled? ›

1956-60: Montreal Canadiens - Jacques Plante won the Stanley Cup five consecutive years, his name is spelled differently each and every time.

Do they put players names on the Stanley Cup? ›

A unique feature of the Stanley Cup is that, with few exceptions in the past, it is the only trophy in professional sports that has the name of the winning players, coaches, management, and club staff engraved on it, but this has not always been the case as some teams did not engrave their names on the Cup for unknown ...


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