07/04/1928 Lester Patrick became the oldest person to appear as a player in a Stanley Cup Final
Memories: Lester Patrick fills in as goalie for NYR
Curtis Lester Patrick was a professional ice hockey player and coach. Patrick is famous for an incident which occurred during the Stanley Cup finals of 1928. At the age of 44 years, while serving as coach and general manager of the Rangers, Patrick inserted himself into the playoff game in April to play goal against the Montreal Maroons.
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