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Chicago Blackhawks Trivia Tuesday!

By Josh Brink
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(L-R): Charlie Gardiner, Team Owner Frederic McLaughlin and Harold March gather for a photo after March’s Cup-winning goal in 1934. (Photo courtesy of blackhawks.nhl.com)

D. Mush Marsh

If you answered Mush Marsh you are correct! On  November 12, 1931 Mush Marsh scored the first goal in the Gardens as Chicago defeated the Leafs 2-1 in the first NHL game played in the new building. Mush Marsh is best known for his game winning goal in the second overtime of Game Four of the 1934 Stanley Cup Finals to lift the Chicago Blackhawks to a 3-1 series triumph for their 2nd Stanley Cup.

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