Slap Shot Born In Cape Breton Was Feared By NHL Goalies

Like the dryer from Sidney Crosby’s basement that now sits in the Nova Scotia Sport Hall of Fame, there’s a piece of plywood that stood against a barn each summer in Port Hood, Cape Breton that probably deserves to be in the Hall of Fame.

Over and over, each summer, that piece of plywood stood the abuse of constant hockey pucks being shot at it. Here in this tiny Cape Breton village, in our opinion, the number one slap shot in NHL history was born.

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