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Red Wings rout Rangers 15-0, set records

Updated: January 21, 2003, 11:08 AM ET
By Larry Schwartz | Special to ESPN.com

Jan. 23, 1944

In the most one-sided game in NHL history, the Red Wings blast the New York Rangers, 15-0, at Olympia Stadium in Detroit. The Red Wings also break another record by becoming the first team to score 15 consecutive goals in a game.

After scoring two goals in the first period, the Red Wings get five in the second and eight in the third. If the game lasts another second, their total would be 16 goals as a shot goes into the net just after the contest ends.

While ...

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