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11-19-2005, 09:34 AM
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Originally Posted by chooch
Of course it was Johnston. Lafleur, suffering from the effects of a bad flu, was held off the scoresheet all game and the tension mounted in the Forum. But after Bowman exhorted the team during the second intermission that this was a very important longstanding record, #10 scored late in the third period, bursting through the defence to score on the right side.

The game was stopped for a long standing ovation during which Clarence Campbell came down from his seat to congratulate Guy.

This was game 23 of the streak breaking the mark that Horvath set in 1959-60.
Wow, so Guy did play in the third period despite your claims?

And well, call me crazy but, that sounds like he was whooping it up too...

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