The NHL Trade Deadline passed on Wednesday at 3 p.m. ET, with 18 trades involving 33 players made as teams gear up for a playoff run or turn their thoughts to next season. Now it's time for the sprint to the finish: The regular season ends five weeks from Sunday.
As part of the League's Centennial Celebration, NHL.com is taking a look back at memorable events each week.
Here are Centennial highlights for the week of Feb. 26 - March 4:
March 4, 1982: Mike Bossy of the New York Islanders becomes the NHL's first five-time 50-goal scorer.
March 3, 1875: The game as we know it takes an important step forward when hockey comes in from the cold.
March 3, 1959: It's "Gordie Howe Night" in Detroit, and Mr. Hockey gets a big surprise.
March 2, 1993: Teemu Selanne proves to be well worth the wait for the Winnipeg Jets.
Video: Memories: Selanne sets new rookie record for goals
March 2, 1993: Mario Lemieux starts his day getting radiation treatments for cancer and ends it on the ice for the Pittsburgh Penguins.
Video: Memories: Lemieux makes return after cancer treatment
March 1, 1988: Wayne Gretzky officially becomes the greatest playmaker in NHL history.
Feb. 28, 1993: Teemu Selanne becomes the third rookie to score 50 goals in a season.
Feb. 27, 1996: Wayne Gretzky is traded for the second time in his career, going from the Los Angeles Kings to the St. Louis Blues.
Feb. 26, 1947: The Bentley brothers, Doug and Max, are too much for the New York Rangers.