Wednesday, November 11, 2020

 


On this day



In 1944, New York Rangers beat Detroit Red Wings, 5-2 to end NHL record 25 game winless streak (0-21-4)


In 1980, NY Islanders' future Hockey Hall of Fame right wing Mike Bossy scored 4 goals in a 6-6 tie against visiting Minnesota North Stars


In 1983, Australian cricket wicketkeeper/batsman Wayne Phillips scored 159 on Test debut vs Pakistan at WACA, Perth



Lou Vincent

Lou Vincent who was born in 1978 is a former New Zealand cricketer and opening batsman. He played Test match, One Day International and Twenty20 International cricket. He also played for Auckland in New Zealand domestic cricket and Worcestershire and Lancashire in English domestic cricket.

The highlight of his ODI career came when in 2005–06, he scored 172 in a One Day International against Zimbabwe to set a new record for the highest individual innings for New Zealand in ODIs. It came off just 120 balls, and included 16 fours and nine sixes.

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