Better late than never, we give you This Day In Hockey History on Hump Day err night! Now this comes from a man who truly earned the nickname "Terrible Ted". After all, the guy was truly an intimidating site on the ice for years. Today's moment happened 59 years ago on this day and as always we preceed it with a little video. Enjoy.
December 21, 1952
Ted Lindsay became the first player in team history to score 200 goals with the Red Wings. The milestone came as Detroit extended their team-record undefeated streak to 12 straight games (7-0-5) with a 5-2 win over the Rangers, at New York.