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04-20-2012, 01:01 PM
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Thank you x 1 billion for doing this.

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05-26-2012, 02:46 AM
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person who uploaded that dim75dim has a huge amount of fantastic video of international games from '70s-'90s, and many other very interesting things.
Unfortunately, that person has now closed his YT account.

Luckily, though, there are still many other 'YouTubers' who have uploaded some great games, like this guy: http://www.youtube.com/user/MrVasile...&view=0&page=2

Some of his gems:

1975-76 Super series; Boston Bruins vs. CSKA
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Txy4u_b8ds&feature=plcp

IMHO the best game of the CSKA versus NHL series. Certainly better than the Philly game. The Soviets often look poor in their own zone (as they still did in the 1970s), but damn, the offense from Mikhailov-Maltsev*-Kharlamov line is sure fun to watch. Tretiak is brilliant, although he lets in an easy one in the 2nd period. Gilles Gilbert in the Boston goal is excellent too for the first 30 minutes or so. All in all, a nice contrast between two different styles of play.
* Maltsev had replaced Vladimir Petrov (injured?) after the Montreal game


1985-86 Super series; Quebec Nordiques vs. CSKA
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GmOBYdu2DFQ&feature=plcp

The only weak game by CSKA during a very succesful tour (wins over the Oilers and the Canadiens by scores of 6-3 and 6-1, respectively). Viktor Tyumenev, instead of Larionov, centered Krutov and Makarov in this series.


USA vs. USSR, 1980, pre-Olympic game
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jdWHxHdzHNo&feature=plcp

Quite a different story than in Lake Placid, eh? 19-year old Krutov is brilliant.


And from Pavlov33ski (http://www.youtube.com/user/Pavlov33ski/videos):

1968 Winter Olympics (Grenoble)

USSR vs. West Germany
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wv6W3Hgqfpg

USSR vs. Finland (not the full game)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wi_mO...feature=relmfu

USSR vs. USA
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d6mXZrjHTmI

USSR vs. Sweden
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EXtduIuhxm8

USSR vs. Canada
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cro0xb0C6Eg


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05-26-2012, 01:25 PM
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Unfortunately, that person has now closed his YT account.
The number of games available on Youtube has probably gone down by 50%

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05-27-2012, 03:25 PM
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Thornton, how does the game look in your eyes compared to the games played in the NHL during those days?

- I expected the tempo to be lower
- The goalies were better than I thought
- There was a huge difference in the physicality level between the teams
- The Canadians didn't seem to have any problems with the Soviets' speed
- Firsov played LW but was a right handed shooter. He was able to get in positions in which he could use his hard slapshot. He looked confident with the puck. Made a few mistakes. In overall, one of the best forwards in the game
- Starshinov looked better than I expected
Why would you expect the Canadian team to have any trouble with the Soviet speed.

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05-27-2012, 03:27 PM
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Just wanted to thank you again Thornton.

I'm in the middle of the Blackhawks-Red Wings game right now - it's great how they left the intermission in that included the interview with Syd Howe.

Syd Howe good old Ottawa boy.

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07-12-2012, 02:21 AM
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Nice little documentary on Czech(oslovak) hockey on YouTube, concentrating on their bitter rivalry against Soviet Union, and including footage, for example, from the 1969, 1972, 1977, 1978 and 1985 World Championships, and reminiscences from players like Jiri Holecek, Ivan Hlinka, Vladimir Martinec, Frantisek Pospisil, Jiri and Jaroslav Holik etc. (everybody understands Czech, right? ).

Part 1
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GWrAhSm9F1Q
Part 2
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tQ1lx...feature=relmfu
Part 3
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1rN3s...feature=relmfu
Part 4
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=08Mc8...feature=relmfu

Cool to see some clips I hadn't seen before, like the goals from the deciding game versus USSR in the 1972 WC (part 2).

I don't quite understand, why they basically jump straight from 1972 to 1978, without having much time for the 1976 and 1977 WCs (when they won gold), and rather concentrating on the loss to USSR in 1978 (silver medal). Just because 1972 and 1978 WCs were held in Prague?


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07-12-2012, 03:32 AM
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1975-76 Super series; Boston Bruins vs. CSKA
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Txy4u_b8ds&feature=plcp

IMHO the best game of the CSKA versus NHL series. Certainly better than the Philly game. The Soviets often look poor in their own zone (as they still did in the 1970s), but damn, the offense from Mikhailov-Maltsev*-Kharlamov line is sure fun to watch. Tretiak is brilliant, although he lets in an easy one in the 2nd period. Gilles Gilbert in the Boston goal is excellent too for the first 30 minutes or so. All in all, a nice contrast between two different styles of play.
* Maltsev had replaced Vladimir Petrov (injured?) after the Montreal game
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Some highlights of Soviet skill from the 1st Period alone:

11th minute* - Mikhailov breakaway
15th minute - #22 skating, deking and backpass
21st minute - Vikulov surging and deking up ice
23rd Minute - Mikhailov passing to Kharlamov
23rd minute - Cashman blocks shot and breaks away, caught by Vasiliev
27th minute - Vikulov surges in and shoots
35th minute - Gusev rags the puck, then passes up ice
37th minute - Vikulov's one-timer off of the crossbar

* minute of the video, not the game; the first few minutes of the video is player introductions and national anthems

Watch from the 8th minute of the video. The first ten minutes will have you hooked!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Great, great hockey.


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07-12-2012, 03:48 AM
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Watch from the 8th minute of the video. The first ten minutes will have you hooked!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Great, great hockey.
Agreed 100 %.

I like the Montreal game too, but hey, the passing is on another level in this game. It may lack intensity in the final minutes (opposed to the New Year's game) - because the result is already clear by then - but the Bruins have their moments in the game too, especially in the first period.


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I'm pretty sure you meant someone else
#22 of the Soviets. Who is that? I listened to it again and again, sounds like "Guptov". Not Gusev for sure, he's #2 and very visibly different. #22 is a big guy, who doesn't get a lot of shifts.

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#22 of the Soviets. Who is that? I listened to it again and again, sounds like "Guptov". Not Gusev for sure, he's #2 and very visibly different. #22 is a big guy, who doesn't get a lot of shifts.
That would be Viktor Zhluktov, centering Vikulov and Alexandrov (CSKA's 2nd line in this game). Later on, he was even the center of the 2nd line in the Soviet national team for a while, when he had Balderis and Kapustin as his wingers.

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That would be Viktor Zhluktov, centering Vikulov and Alexandrov (CSKA's 2nd line in this game). Later on, he was even the center of the 2nd line in the Soviet national team for a while, when he had Balderis and Kapustin as his wingers.
Ah, I know Zhluktov well. I have done up a bio for him in the MLDs of the ATD sub-board. But he had limited ice time in that 1st period of the Bruins game, he wasn't announced in the starting line-up, and the video quality made it hard to read detail and listening to the clip at the 15th minute mark several times didn't help clarify things.

BTW, Alexandrov took that retaliation penalty in the 1st period and the play by play guy was right: Park made the initial foul swing but the refs didn't see it. The Soviets would have had a 5-on-3 if the refs had seen it.

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I don't quite understand, why they basically jump straight from 1972 to 1978, without having much time for the 1976 and 1977 WCs (when they won gold), and rather concentrating on the loss to USSR in 1978 (silver medal). Just because 1972 and 1978 WCs were held in Prague?
Yes, it is a documentary about WCs held in Czechoslovakia.

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BTW, Alexandrov took that retaliation penalty in the 1st period and the play by play guy was right: Park made the initial foul swing but the refs didn't see it. The Soviets would have had a 5-on-3 if the refs had seen it.
I guess Soviet referee Viktor Dombrovski was so busy trying to tilt the game in favour of the Soviets that he overlooked that one.

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09-04-2012, 02:31 AM
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Maybe it's not the greatest classic of all-time but still a game I've wanted to see for a long time:

1977 World Championships, Czechoslovakia vs. USSR, medal round game


Strange WC - USSR won & lost to the Czechs, Sweden beat USSR twice, CSSR beat SWE twice, USSR beat CAN twice, but CAN beat both SWE once and CSSR once... very badly, if I may add.


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Does anyone have any games from the early 90s? Especially the 93 playoffs. I keep hearing how incredible it was, I would love to see for myself.

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very entertaining bruins v. hawks game @ the garden from 73-74 season.

forget the stat nerds...witness the players with your own two eyes...

orr, espo, hodge, cashman, bucyk, mikita, espo's bro, dick redmond, phil russell, dennis hull

(orr is a handfull for chicago)

it's 4 parts, you can find 2-4 ofter watching part 1

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I remember that one, it was actually game 7 from the Boston Garden. Poor Lumley's mouth was a mess.
It finally showed up










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[QUOTE=Fenway;54557659]It finally showed up

Great game, ton of speed out there.

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Need some 90s games. Found this youtube playlist with around 150 games mostly from 09-12 but a few from the 90s and early 2000's but it doesn't seem to have much from the 90s:

http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLD5D5A141DB07A43D

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The famous "Blood Game" between the Avalance and Red Wings from 1997.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wp5HzFHaar4


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HWC uploaded the full broadcast of Game 7 from the Stanley Cup Finals '01 earlier today.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ncv6awno0Tk&hd=1


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Just so OP knows, the Game 2 of Flyers vs Bruins 1974 only has up until the game tying goal and then it ends. No rest of the third period or overtime. Anyone know where I can find the end of it?

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Does anyone have any games from the early 90s? Especially the 93 playoffs. I keep hearing how incredible it was, I would love to see for myself.
http://www.youtube.com/results?searc...ng&lclk=long/a

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Just so OP knows, the Game 2 of Flyers vs Bruins 1974 only has up until the game tying goal and then it ends. No rest of the third period or overtime. Anyone know where I can find the end of it?
Not sure, but I know for a fact that the game is this Flyers DVD set and is often shown on the NHL network, at least where I live. I sort of know, through and friend, a guy who has this huge collection of games from 1972, 1974, 1976, 1981 CC and Summit Series, and also has that Flyers DVD set. Maybe I can get him to upload it! If this guy could just upload all the games he has, we'd all be in 7th heaven!

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Just a note that a bunch of games are on Hulu including a handful of original 6 games. Of course Hulu is only available in the US but you can use an online DNS service to gain access to it. And the nice thing is that Hulu can be streamed from a TV if it's a smart TV or a bluray player or PS3 or something with Hulu.

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