Top 10: Classic Hockey Goals From The Stanley Cup

ReeceM June 12, 2009 Comments Off



Mats Sundin (2002)

With time ticking away, the ice cool Swede, Sundin swooped in to send the Maple Leafs into uncontrollable bouts of ecstasy.

Wayne Gretzky (1993)

No top 10 list would be complete without ‘The Great One’ and his peach of a strike against Toronto Maple Leafs simply helped to cement his legendary status.

Wayne Gretzky (1998)

Take two. Gretzky strikes again.

Darren McCarty (1997)

The rugged Redwing’s player scored a scintillating goal to clinch the Stanley Cup.

Bobby Orr (1970)

This one is probably more memorable for the celebration, but the importance of Orr’s strike cannot be emphasized. A huge goal on the sport’s biggest stage.

Mario Lemieux (1991)

The man affectionately known as super Mario by his legion of adoring fans ensured his goal against Minnesota wouldn’t be quickly forgotten in the 91 Stanley cup playoffs.

Theo Fleury (1991)

Classy strike from a classy player. The celebration however…

Brett Hull (1999)

Every sport has its moments of controversies, the goal that saw Dallas walk away with an overtime victory is arguably one of the sport’s most controversial.

Perry Berezan (1986)

An epic game, punctuated by an epic goal.

Pat LaFontaine (1987)

If a fourth overtime goal in one of the longest matches in the Stanley Cup final isn’t enough to get you into any top 10 list, I don’t know what is.

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