Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Paul on 09/29/06 at 11:08 PM ET
Every hockey season, he checks the newspaper or goes on-line to scan the player statistics from the night before. He is not looking for goals or assists. He has no use for penalty minutes. His category of choice is the plus-minus rating, the measure of a player's defensive worth. Even now, 32 years after laying claim to a record the National Hockey League doesn't acknowledge, Bill Mikkelson is drawn to the number that defines his career, a number so incomprehensible it reads like the temperature on Neptune. “How did you do it?” he is asked. “How did you end up at minus-82?”continued
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