"The Bloody Meeting"
One of the most famous photographs in hockey history. After the
game won by his Unconscious Goal, Maurice Richard shakes hands with
goalie "Sugar" Jim Henry. The picture speaks eloquently of the physical
toll hockey took on players of that era: Henry himself was suffering
from two black eyes that had to be taped to stay open. Afterwards, in
the locker room, Richard went into convulsions and had to be sedated.