101 Year Old NHL Record broken by Buffalo Sabres´ Victor Olofsson

NHL / October 14, 2019

In NHL ice hockey, a team is said to be on a power play when at least 1 player on the opposing side is off the ice, serving a penalty – giving the other team has a numerical advantage on the ice.

The Buffalo Sabres Rookie Forward Victor Olofsson broke an unusual record which his stood for 101 years of NHL.

When Olofsson scored his fifth power play goal of the season in a Buffalo Sabres v Dallas Stars game, he became the first player in the history of the NHL to score their first seven career goals all in the power play.






Thomas Moore
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1 Comment

on November 5, 2019

bit of a freak record, but a record is a record ! 🏆



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