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These unusual statistics are more than just trivia: they capture the essence and individuality of hockey.

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Fans will find out which NHL player had the most concussions in a career; how many millionaires are playing in the NHL; which team had the worst games-to-goals ratio; which player had the biggest drop in goal production after a goal season; who had the most fights in a season; and much, much more. Designed in the manner of an official record book, it features record titles and stats divided into various categories.

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The Autobiography of Malcolm X. One of the most interesting and best-contested playoff rounds in modern hockey history will end just as it should: with Game 7 between the two best teams in the National Hockey League.

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The Detroit Red Wings ensured that with a victory over the Colorado Avalanche tonight at the Pepsi Center to tie the Western Conference finals at three victories apiece. In a series matching many future members of the Hall of Fame, one of the primary pairings involves the goalies, Dominik Hasek of Detroit and Patrick Roy of Colorado. They were integral to tonight's outcome in startlingly different ways. For Roy, his moment was a gaffe, the fumble of a puck while showing off after a save.

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This led to Detroit's first goal. For Hasek, it was 24 saves for his fourth shutout of the postseason -- tying a playoff record -- but his first in this round. Until Game 7, most fans will be discussing the first goal tonight, by Brendan Shanahan with 39 seconds remaining in the first period. It was a devastating development for the Avalanche because Roy accidentally caused it.

After making a brilliant save on a wrist shot from the slot by Detroit's Steve Yzerman, Roy tried to raise his glove in triumph, a Statue of Liberty pose he likes to use to embellish his successes.

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But the puck was not securely in his glove. It fell to the ice, and Shanahan pushed the puck over the line for his first goal of the series. It was the first time in the series Detroit had scored first.

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It deflated the Avalanche and the fans. Asked whether it was a good idea to add the flourish, he smiled but answered obliquely: ''I made an outstanding save on Yzerman. It was a very, very, very good save. He paused, as if replaying the scene in his mind. Detroit Coach Scotty Bowman said he was pleasantly surprised to see a loose puck with Shanahan and Sergei Fedorov going for it.

I couldn't blame him for thinking it was in his glove. It usually is. He's a great glove goalie.