1968-69 Hockey Season Roster
- Montreal sweeps St. Louis in Cup finals 2nd straight year
- Hull scores record 58 goals
- Esposito, Hull, Howe first ever to 100-point seasons
About time: The scoring inflation expected with expansion took place in the second year of a larger league with a longer schedule, now 76 games. Phil Esposito, the first to a record 100 points this season, topped the league with 126. Teammate Bobby Orr was the first defenseman ever to score 21 goals, as Boston finished a strong second (100 points) to Montreal (103 points and a record 46 wins). Too bizarre: Future HOF goalie Tony Esposito made his debut – with Montreal – and the first two goals he allowed were by brother Phil.
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