In the same year that the Tampa Bay Lightning debuted as the first ever NHL team in Florida, the entire sports community had another first. Manon Rheaume. She is the first ever woman to play in any of the four major North American sporting events. She helped them get the win over St. Louis in a pre-season game this day back in 1992.
Though she didn't actually make the team, she still went on to play professional hockey and wore the Canadian colors on the 1992 and 1994 Women's World Champion team. She was also the goalie for Canada in the 1998 Winter Olympics for the amazing ladies and took home a silver medal.
Being in the NHL though, was a huge win for females everywhere. Not like the shamelessness of 'men' or transgenders that 'identify as women' competing in women's events with their testosterone levels beyond triple what any normal biological woman could ever attain. Science.
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