Rewind Hockey League
Welcome to the RHL Website
The purpose of the Rewind Hockey League (RHL) is to replay NHL hockey seasons using the Strat-O-Matic computer hockey game, starting with the 1974-75 season. The RHL will attempt to maintain a certain amount of the integrity of the actual franchise rosters through those years, while at the same time allow owners the flexibility to manipulate their team through trades and yearly free agent drafts. The RHL is designed for owners who may be fans of a single club, and want to experience both the high and low points that their favorite team went through in the past. For the league's inaugural season, each owner selected a team and received the most prevalent players on that team for the 1974-75 season. They will automatically receive all future rookies (non computer-only) for their teams. Four more teams have joined the RHL for the 1979-80 season.
If you are interested in joining the RHL, contact Derek Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Canucks double up Leafs
Tony Currie scored twice to lead the Canucks to a 6-3 win over the Maple Leafs at the Pacific Coliseum. Gerry Minor added a goal and an assist for Vancouver (30-9-7). Bill Derlago had a goal and an assist for Toronto (15-25-3).
Bruins hold off North Stars
Pete Peeters made 27 saves in the Bruins' 3-1 win over the North Stars at the Boston Garden. Jean Ratelle scored twice for Boston (21-17-6). Mike Gartner scored the only goal for Minnesota (12-19-6).
Flyers throttle Nordiques
Behn Wilson registered a hat trick and added two assists as the Flyers routed the Nordiques 9-3 at the Spectrum. Reggie Leach added two goals for Philadelphia (27-9-6). Robbie Ftorek scored twice for Quebec (18-11-5).
Month 2 Recap
After Month 2, The Nordiques have leaped ahead of the Bruins in the Adams Division race. Marcel Dionne of the Kings is holding a 2-point lead over Edmonton's Wayne Gretzky in the point scoring race. The Islanders' Mike Bossy has 10 more goals (39) than any other player in the RHL. Quebec's Michel Plasse leads RHL goalies in save percentage (.918). Mario Lessard (Los Angeles) and Mike Liut (Philadelphia) are tied for the wins lead with 16.
Hawks edge Pens
Tom Lysiak scored twice and added an assist as the Blackhawks defeated the Penguins 5-4 at Chicago Stadium. Bob Murray and Doug Wilson each had a goal and two assists for Chicago (10-15-7). George Ferguson scored twice for Pittsburgh (12-17-3).