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The '''13th [[National Hockey League]] [[National Hockey League All-Star Game|All-Star Game]]''' took place at the [[Montreal Forum]] on October 3, 1959, which saw the hometown [[Montreal Canadiens]] defeat the NHL all-stars 6–1.
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The '''13th [[National Hockey League]] [[National Hockey League All-Star Game|All-Star Game]]''' took place at the [[Montreal Forum]] on October 3, 1959, which saw the hometown [[Montreal Canadiens]] defeat the NHL All-stars 6–1.
   
 
== Contracts and eligibility ==
 
== Contracts and eligibility ==
The 13th game was a year where a few of the game's top stars were notably absent from the game, due to a new NHL ruling that players be signed under contract in order to play in the all-star game. The intention of this clause was to intimidate players who were holding out from their team, a tactic that worked for [[Dickie Moore (ice hockey)|Dickie Moore]], [[Frank Mahovlich]] and [[George Armstrong (ice hockey)|George Armstrong]], yet failed for others, resulting in All-Star coach [[Punch Imlach]] being unable to choose six of the best players ([[Tim Horton]], [[Dick Duff]], [[Bobby Hull]], [[Tod Sloan (ice hockey)|Tod Sloan]], [[Pierre Pilote]] and [[Bob Pulford]]). Combined with six Habs being named to the First and Second team All-Stars, this meant that coach Imlach had to fill the voids with inferior players.
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The 13th game was a year where a few of the game's top stars were notably absent from the game, due to a new NHL ruling that players be signed under contract in order to play in the all-star game. The intention of this clause was to intimidate players who were holding out from their team, a tactic that worked for [[Dickie Moore]], [[Frank Mahovlich]] and [[George Armstrong (ice hockey)|George Armstrong]], yet failed for others, resulting in All-Star coach [[Punch Imlach]] being unable to choose six of the best players ([[Tim Horton]], [[Dick Duff]], [[Bobby Hull]], [[Tod Sloan (ice hockey)|Tod Sloan]], [[Pierre Pilote]] and [[Bob Pulford]]). Combined with six Habs being named to the First and Second team All-Stars, this meant that coach Imlach had to fill the voids with inferior players.
   
The subsequent snubbing of these players also went into the pre-game festivities, as they were also denied the multitude of gifts that traditionally was given to players in the game - including those already with their names engraved on it.
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The subsequent snubbing of these players also went into the pre-game festivities, as they were also denied the multitude of gifts that traditionally was given to players in the game, including those already with their names engraved on it.
   
 
It is also to be noted that it was [[Maurice Richard]]'s 13th consecutive appearance, making him the only player to date who has appeared in all of the all-star games. He would retire after winning the Cup that year. Montreal goaltender [[Jacques Plante]] also appeared in the game without a mask, despite his intention of wearing one throughout the season.
 
It is also to be noted that it was [[Maurice Richard]]'s 13th consecutive appearance, making him the only player to date who has appeared in all of the all-star games. He would retire after winning the Cup that year. Montreal goaltender [[Jacques Plante]] also appeared in the game without a mask, despite his intention of wearing one throughout the season.
   
== Boxscore ==
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==Boxscore==
 
{| class="wikitable" style="width:100%"
 
{| class="wikitable" style="width:100%"
 
! !! [[Montreal Canadiens]] !! All-Stars
 
! !! [[Montreal Canadiens]] !! All-Stars
 
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! Final score || 6 || 1
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! Final score !! 6 !! 1
 
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! Head coach || [[Toe Blake]] || [[Punch Imlach]] ([[Toronto Maple Leafs]])
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! Head coach !! [[Toe Blake]] !! [[Punch Imlach]] ([[Toronto Maple Leafs]])
 
|-
 
|-
 
! Lineup
 
! Lineup
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* 4 - D [[Bill Gadsby]] ([[New York Rangers]])
 
* 4 - D [[Bill Gadsby]] ([[New York Rangers]])
 
* 8 - RW [[Andy Bathgate]] ([[New York Rangers]])
 
* 8 - RW [[Andy Bathgate]] ([[New York Rangers]])
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'''Second team All-Stars''':
 
'''Second team All-Stars''':
 
* 1 - G [[Terry Sawchuk]] ([[Detroit Red Wings]])
 
* 1 - G [[Terry Sawchuk]] ([[Detroit Red Wings]])
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* 9 - RW [[Gordie Howe]] ([[Detroit Red Wings]])
 
* 9 - RW [[Gordie Howe]] ([[Detroit Red Wings]])
 
* 10 - C [[Alex Delvecchio]] ([[Detroit Red Wings]])
 
* 10 - C [[Alex Delvecchio]] ([[Detroit Red Wings]])
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'''Other players''':
 
'''Other players''':
 
* 5 - D [[Carl Brewer]] ([[Toronto Maple Leafs]])
 
* 5 - D [[Carl Brewer]] ([[Toronto Maple Leafs]])
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* Bathgate 9:21 3rd
 
* Bathgate 9:21 3rd
 
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! Win/Loss || [[Jacques Plante]] || [[Terry Sawchuk]]
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! Win/Loss !! [[Jacques Plante]] !! [[Terry Sawchuk]]
 
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|}
   
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
{| class="wikitable"
|+ Shots on goal
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|+Shots on goal
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| Montreal || 9 || 14 || 10 || 33
 
| Montreal || 9 || 14 || 10 || 33
 
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Latest revision as of 19:15, February 20, 2020

The 13th National Hockey League All-Star Game took place at the Montreal Forum on October 3, 1959, which saw the hometown Montreal Canadiens defeat the NHL All-stars 6–1.

Contracts and eligibility Edit

The 13th game was a year where a few of the game's top stars were notably absent from the game, due to a new NHL ruling that players be signed under contract in order to play in the all-star game. The intention of this clause was to intimidate players who were holding out from their team, a tactic that worked for Dickie Moore, Frank Mahovlich and George Armstrong, yet failed for others, resulting in All-Star coach Punch Imlach being unable to choose six of the best players (Tim Horton, Dick Duff, Bobby Hull, Tod Sloan, Pierre Pilote and Bob Pulford). Combined with six Habs being named to the First and Second team All-Stars, this meant that coach Imlach had to fill the voids with inferior players.

The subsequent snubbing of these players also went into the pre-game festivities, as they were also denied the multitude of gifts that traditionally was given to players in the game, including those already with their names engraved on it.

It is also to be noted that it was Maurice Richard's 13th consecutive appearance, making him the only player to date who has appeared in all of the all-star games. He would retire after winning the Cup that year. Montreal goaltender Jacques Plante also appeared in the game without a mask, despite his intention of wearing one throughout the season.

BoxscoreEdit

Montreal Canadiens All-Stars
Final score 6 1
Head coach Toe Blake Punch Imlach (Toronto Maple Leafs)
Lineup First team All-Stars:

Second team All-Stars:

Other players:

Scoring summary
  • Beliveau (Hicke, Harvey) 4:25 2nd
  • McDonald (Backstrom, Geoffrion) 13:43 2nd
  • Moore (H. Richard, Johnson) 7:44 3rd
  • H. Richard (Moore, Harvey) 9:31 3rd
  • Beliveau (Hicke, Bonin) 11:34 3rd
  • Pronovost (Harvey) 15:31
  • McKenney (Litzenberger) 18:30 2nd
Penalties
  • Tremblay 8:43 3rd
  • Turner 12:45 3rd
  • Bathgate 9:21 3rd
Win/Loss Jacques Plante Terry Sawchuk
Shots on goal
Montreal 9 14 10 33
All-Stars 14 16 5 35

GalleryEdit


ReferencesEdit

  • Podnieks, Andrew (2000). The NHL All-Star Game: 50 years of the great tradition. Toronto: HarperCollins. ISBN 000200058X. 


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