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McCreary to set Stanley Cup Final record

Wednesday, 06.02.2010 / 6:16 PM / NHL On-Ice Officials

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McCreary to set Stanley Cup Final record
Referee Bill McCreary will be working his 43rd career Stanley Cup Final game Wednesday, passing Hall of Famer Bill Chadwick into first place all-time among referees.

PHILADELPHIA -- Referee Bill McCreary will be working his 43rd career Stanley Cup Final game Wednesday, passing Hall of Famer Bill Chadwick into first place all-time among referees.

McCreary has officiated over 1,600 NHL games since making his League debut in 1984-85. He made his first Stanley Cup

Final appearance in the 1994 series between the New York Rangers and Vancouver Canucks and has worked 15 career Finals (1994-2004, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010).

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