|1968-1969||St. Louis Blues|
|1967-1968||St. Louis Blues|
|1955-1956||Detroit Red Wings|
|1951-1952||Detroit Red Wings|
Talk about facing the music. Goaltender Glenn Hall started and completed 502 consecutive regular-season games. While establishing a record that probably will last forever, he did not take a night off or put on a mask. Only late in his Hall of Fame career would Hall relent and wear protective headgear.
"You have to be lucky to have a run like I had, and I was," Hall said. "Of course, you have to be a little bit crazy to play where I played, and I plead guilty on that count too."
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