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Teams tweet their best wishes to NHL on its 100th birthday

Photos, videos from around the league sent to honor milestone @NHLdotcom

The 100th birthday is always a special one. And the two-time defending Stanley Cup champions made sure it was one for the National Hockey League.

The Penguins shared a video on Sunday featuring team mascot, Iceburgh, throwing a surprise party for the NHL complete with party guests and a custom-made hockey rink cake.

Tweet from @penguins: Shh... It's a... SURPRISE!Happy 100th birthday, @NHL.#NHL100

And that was just one of the wishes tweeted out by teams Sunday as the NHL celebrated its 100th birthday.

The NHL kicked things off by tweeting out the first-ever schedule.

Tweet from @NHL: They wrote the first schedule by hand and adjourned the meeting. And just like that, the NHL was born. #NHL100

Then the league's teams followed suit.

The Buffalo Sabres had a little party complete with favors.

Tweet from @BuffaloSabres: Happy 100th birthday, @NHL! ��#NHL100 ��

The Minnesota Wild tweeted out a special gif.

Tweet from @mnwild: Happy �� Birthday @NHL! #NHL100

Some birthday greetings from the Winnipeg Jets were shared.

Tweet from @NHLJets: Happy 100th @NHL���, you're looking better than ever! - From the #NHLJets��� & the True North Sports + Entertainment organization. #NHL100

The Calgary Flames shared some special pictures.

Tweet from @NHLFlames: Happy �� birthday, @NHL! We're looking forward to the next #NHL100!

The Detroit Red Wings sent their best.

Tweet from @DetroitRedWings: Happy 100th, @NHL! #NHL100 #LGRW

The Philadelphia Flyers took us on a quick trip down memory lane.

Tweet from @NHLFlyers: Happy 100th Birthday, @NHL!#NHL100

The New York Rangers wished the league another 100 great years.

Tweet from @NYRangers: Happy �� birthday @NHL! Here���s to the next #NHL100!

And the Vancouver Canucks put together a special birthday card.

Tweet from @Canucks: A century strong. Happy #NHL100, @NHL! ��

Plenty of others wished the league well, far too many to list here, so on behalf of the NHL we will give out the big "thank you" to everyone who sent their birthday wishes.

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