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Nova Scotia Sport Hall of Fame
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Nom de l'objet : Photograph
Artiste ou artisan : Found in the Collection
Catégorie de l'objet : Graphic Documents
Numéro d'accession : 2019.09.09
Date de début de production : 1969-01-01
Date de fin de production : 1979-12-31
Description : One colour photograph of 6 young boys in hockey equipment. They are standing in an entryway of a home with wooden trim decorated with foil Christmas garland. They are all wearing skates on the tile floor but they are wearing different jerseys. Al MacInnis is the tallest boy, standing in the back with a Royals jersey on. 
Commentaires : NHL fans around the world can talk about the city of Calgary, where Al MacInnis won a Stanley Cup and a Conn Smythe trophy in 1989. They can talk about St. Louis, where MacInnis wrapped up his 23-year NHL career with the third-most points of any defenseman in league history But if they dont mention Nova Scotia, then they might as well not even talk about his blistering slap shot, flawless leadership, and genuine personality. Had MacInnis not converted a key penalty shot for the Nova Midgets in the late 1970s, he might not have had the opportunity to play 1,416 NHL games, rack up 1,274 points, win a Stanley Cup, or have his No. 2 retired by the Blues. With the game on the line, MacInnis netted the goal, sending the Nova Midgets to the Air Canada Cup in 1979. That tournament put him on the radar of scouts and earned him an invitation to Reginas training camp, where he stayed the entire season before being drafted 15th overall by the Flames in 1981. MacInnis took the opportunity and skated with it. Nicknamed Chopper because of his unusual, choppy skating style, MacInnis developed one of the best slap shots the game has ever seen. Former Blues goalie Mike Liut once said of MacInnis shot, There were two kinds of hard theres hard and then theres MacInnis hard. MacInnis now spends his time in St. Louis as the vice-president of hockey operations for the Blues.
Hauteur : 10 inches
Largeur : 8 inches
Établissement : Nova Scotia Sport Hall of Fame  Facebook-Nova Scotia Sport Hall of Fame  Twitter-Nova Scotia Sport Hall of Fame  YouTube-Nova Scotia Sport Hall of Fame
Ville de l'établissement : Halifax
Province de l'établissement : Nova Scotia

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