Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Paul on 06/05/06 at 10:11 AM ET
Of the 2,324 names on the Stanley Cup, one of the more obscure belongs to Harry Taylor. In a long hockey career, Mr. Taylor skated a single shift in a single National Hockey League playoff game. He didn't score a goal or register an assist. He wasn't even assessed a penalty. All he did was jump over the boards to take a spin on the ice at Maple Leaf Gardens in Toronto. Those seconds earned him a spot on the Cup, his name engraved alongside those of better known teammates from the 1948-49 Maple Leafs.continued
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