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Whered they play? Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum ArenaWhen they were active? 1967-76Playoff appearances: 2Stanley Cup Victories: 0Teams overall record: 698 GP - 182 W - 401 L - 115 T (.343 winning percentage)Most goals: Joey Johnston 84Most assists: Ted Hampson 123Most points – Joey Johnston 185Notable players: Reggie Leach (1971-74), Joey Johnston (1971-75), Ted Hampson (1967-71), Bill Hicke (1967-71), Carol Vadnais (1968-72), Gilles Meloche (1971-76).Best jersey: 1967 California Seals home jersey(Image via Game Worn Auctions)Worst jersey: 1974-76 road jerseys(Image via Bleacher Report)Why the Golden Seals?The team was initially called the San Francisco Seals in the WHL and changed to the California Seals when they entered the NHL. The team changed its name to the Oakland Seals in an attempt to be marketed better in the Oakland area. The team changed its name again under new ownership with two games already completed in the 1970 season to the California Golden Seals because California is known as the Golden State.Best goalie mask:Goaltender Gary Simmons wore this sweet black mask with a cobra down the middle.(Image via Third String Goalie)Worst trade:Montreal Canadiens general manager Sam Pollock convinced Golden Seals owner Charlie Finley to trade the first-overall pick in the 1971 NHL amateur draft and Francois Lacombe in return for Montreals 1970 first-round pick and Ernie Hicke. The Canadiens would draft legend Guy LaFleur with that pick, while the Golden Seals drafted Chris Oddleifson who never suited up with the Golden Seals. Ill let you figure out who won that one.Best unibrow: Rick Hampton had a unibrow that could easily be interchanged with his moustache. Its an incredible look.(Image via Blue Print Hockey)Best fight: Hampton must have been a heart and soul player because watch the man with the golden unibrow get into a spirited tilt against the Bruins.Mascot: Sparky The Seal(Image via Good Old Hockey Shirts)Inside look: Take a look at their former coach Vic Stasuk try to inspire his group. Its a cool video.Did you know?Despite the poor attendance, the team had many loyal fans. In fact, they had a booster club that existed long after the team moved to Cleveland. This is a good video as well to get perspective on Seals fans in general.Last game: April 4, 1976. The Golden Seals beat the Los Angeles Kings 5-2.Captain: Jim Neilson and Bob Stewart (co-captains)Whyd the move? Despite improved attendance, ownership wanted to move the struggling team to Cleveland. 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In all likelihood, Olli will go on to live a healthy life and this should not affect his ability to play hockey long-term.” Vyas said the tumour was discovered during pre-season physicals. “Obviously our first concern is for Olli and his hhealth,” said Penguins general manager Jim Rutherford.dddddddddddd “He is an outstanding young man and has a tremendous future ahead of him. The doctors tell us that this is a very treatable condition, and that it can be taken care of with the surgery. The Penguins organization will be there for him and support him every step of the way.” The 20-year-old Maatta has scored one goal and four assists in seven games with the Penguins this season, averaging 20:12 of ice-time. Originally selected 22nd overall in the 2012 NHL Draft by the Penguins, Maatta enjoyed a standout rookie campaign in 2013-14, scoring nine goals and 20 assists in 78 games. He also won a bronze medal with Team Finland at the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia. ' ' '

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