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First NHL Goals

First NHL Goals This Season So Far

They're special moments, but they happen with a decent amount of regularity. Here's a look at all the first NHL goals scored in the 2010-11 season to date.

First NHL Goal: Magnus Paajarvi

He may have started his NHL career a bit slow, but Magnus Paajarvi's rise through the hockey ranks has been as fast as one of his rushes. Here's the story of the former -Svensson through to his first NHL Goal.

First NHL Goal: Jordan Caron

While he's not known for making headlines, Jordan Caron of the Boston Bruins is a heck of a player. Here's a look back at his first NHL goal.

First NHL Goal: Matt Taormina

Sometimes, a player can come out of nowhere to make a NHL impact. Matt Taromina came from close to there in the hockey world, from Texarkana to the New Jersey Devils in six years, culminating in his first NHL goal.

First NHL Goal: Eric Tangradi

On Oct. 15, 2010, Eric Tangradi of the Pittsburgh Penguins notched his first NHL goal. So who exactly is he, anyways?

First NHL Goal: Nino Niederreiter

On Oct. 13, Nino Niederrieter became the youngest player in New York Islanders history to score a goal. He won't score another one until at least next October.

First NHL Goal: Nick Leddy

For some players, scoring the first NHL goal officially marks the start of your NHL career. For Nick Leddy, however, it's just another milestone in his quest to become a NHL regular.

First NHL Goal: Tyler Seguin

In the third edition of our First NHL Goals series, we look back at the first goal by this year's famous #2, Tyler Seguin.

First NHL Goal(s): Derek Stepan

In our series on First NHL goals, Puck Worlds has a look back a couple of weeks ago to Derek Stepan's unusual start to his NHL career... scoring not just his first, but recording his first hat trick in his first NHL game.

First NHL Goal: Jordan Eberle

In the first feature on Puck Worlds on players scoring their first NHL goals, we look at Edmonton's Jordan Eberle, who did it in his first NHL game.