Goal Magazine

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Goal Magazine was the official magazine of the National Hockey League. Prior to the 1973-74 season it was known simply as National Hockey League Magazine. It was used as the default program when a home team did not issue their own branded publication. This article lists issues of Goal Magazine by year and cover subject.

National Hockey League Magazine
Season Cover Subject(s)
1967-68 Leo Bovin
1968-69 Rod Gilbert
1970-71 Gordie Howe
1972-73 Bryan Hextall Jr., Gump Worsley
Goal Magazine
Season Cover Subject(s)
1973-74 Gerry Desjardins • Stan Mikita • Brad Park
1974-75 Bobby Clarke • Yvan Cournoyer • Jude Drouin • Randy Manery • Pierre Plante #1 • Pierre Plante #2 • Nelson Pyatt • Rogie Vachon
1975-76 Syl Apps • Tony EspositoJean Hamel • Jerry Korab • Ron Schock
1976-77 Chuck Lefley • Brad Park
1977-78 Guy Lafleur • Rick MacLeish • Cesare Maniago
1978-79 Barry Beck • Ken Dryden • n/a
1979-80 Randy Carlyle • Robbie Ftorek • Thomas Gradin • Mark Howe • Vaclav Nedomansky • Rob Ramage
1980-81 Denis Potvin • Mike Rogers • Marc Tardif
1981-82 Reed Larson • Peter McNab • Larry Murphy
1982-83 Mike Bossy, Mark Messier & Doug Wilson
1983-84 Glenn "Chico" Resch
1985-86 Dave Andreychuk, Wayne Gretzky & Glenn Anderson
1986-87 Doug Jarvis • Ulf Samuelsson
1987-88 Brian Benning • Phil Housley • Tomas Sandstrom
1989-90 Al MacInnis
1990-91 Brett Hull • Mario Lemieux
1991-92 Pat Elynuik
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