Okay, for those of you who don't really know what I do as a hobby, I reconstruct goaltender game logs for National Hockey League teams. For instance, if you go to Martin Brodeur's page on my website: http://hockeygoalies.org/bio/brodeurm.html At the bottom, you will see every National Hockey League game in which he has appeared, along with various details about the game, opponents, and what-not. Currently, I've worked my way back to the 1984-85 season (one of my favourites). Patrick Roy's debut, Pelle Lindbergh's great Vezina campaign, Gilles Meloche's performance against the Blues in the playoffs, and fun names like Chris Clifford, Cleon Daskalakis, Rick Heinz, Brian Ford, and Hannu Kamppuri. The problem is that I do all of my work with newspaper microfilm, and living in the great city of Denver/Boulder, I don't have access to all of the best. Currently I use various combinations of the Los Angeles Times (surprisingly good!), the Washington Post, the New York Times, USA Today, and the Toronto Star (online). Unfortunately, these papers don't always consider the hockey research twenty years in the future when printing their boxscores. Empty-net goals? When two goaltenders appear in a game for the same team, how many goals , shots , and time did each play? Occasionally, they forget to mention that a second goaltender appeared (sigh). So here's where I could use your help. I'll pay you what I'm currently paying myself (and a bargain at half the price!), but I can offer a "thank you" on my homepage. Generally, I need proof for these things, so if you can cite your source I would appreciate it greatly. Local newspapers are a good place to look (especially if one of the teams playing is in the home city of the newspaper). The Hockey News would be phenomenal (they used to have boxscores in their print edition, n case you don't recall). Media guides are great (I have CHI, LA, WPG, TOR, PHI and VAN in my possession). Other than that, any help would be just that...very helpful. Thanks!