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04-26-2013, 01:20 PM
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Reliving Briere's Best Playoff Goals

http://thehockeywriters.com/reliving...ls-as-a-flyer/

We can't sugar coat it. Briere's tenure in Philadelphia has likely come to a close. The Flyers will likely amnesty him in the offseason and there is a slim chance he'd return to Philadelphia.

But he leaves here having been a key force in the playoffs for the Orange and Black - and he's scored some key playoff goals to boot.

In my article above, I list a few personal favorites of mine.

What are yours?

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For me it's the tying goal in Boston and one you didn't feature, a slapshot to butcher Marty in 2010. That second one always stuck with me for whatever reason.

Watching these videos really shows how washed up he is now. He really hit the wall fast and hard.

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For me it's the tying goal in Boston and one you didn't feature, a slapshot to butcher Marty in 2010. That second one always stuck with me for whatever reason.

Watching these videos really shows how washed up he is now. He really hit the wall fast and hard.
This is the reason I always remember that Brodeur one.




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The game tying goal against Boston in 2010's game 7 is the one that jumps out to me.

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Yep, the tying goal against Boston in 2010 is probably my favorite.

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I always like the goal he scored against Chicago in game 3. Classic Briere right there

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He was awesome against Boston and Chicago. As others have said the game tying goal against Boston will stay in flyers lore for years. Two towers of my favorites were the game winner on the Powerplay against Boston in game 6. Mr Playoffs! His goal against the Hawks in game 6 was another one. When he scored that I thought that's it were winning this game and the series. Sadly it didnt work out. But thanks for the memories Danny B.

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At some point during that run they showed a clip of Briere roofing pucks point blank into both corners during warmup, and talking about it being one of his pre-game routines. Then he scored one of those exact goals during the game. That amused me.

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My favorite of his was the goal where he tapped Ryan Miller on the head afterwards. Love it.

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My favorite of his was the goal where he tapped Ryan Miller on the head afterwards. Love it.
Briere wasn't credited with that goal, though.

It was Coburn's goal.

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Briere wasn't credited with that goal, though.

It was Coburn's goal.
Oh snap! Either way I love the head tap.

EDIT: Also non-playoff goal...his shootout goal to get to the playoffs.

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His offsides break-away goal against the Penguins last year, Game 1 that got us back into the game.

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At some point during that run they showed a clip of Briere roofing pucks point blank into both corners during warmup, and talking about it being one of his pre-game routines. Then he scored one of those exact goals during the game. That amused me.
I saw him doing that last night and he broke his goal drought...I think we finally nailed down the problem

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Briere Game 6 against the Hawks. It's the only highlight from that game I dare watch to this day.

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Briere Game 6 against the Hawks. It's the only highlight from that game I dare watch to this day.
I hate watching highlights for that. Any joy for might game is ruined when you think of how close they were and the final outcome.

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I hate watching highlights for that. Any joy for might game is ruined when you think of how close they were and the final outcome.
CARTER!!!

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CARTER!!!
You mean Niemi?

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CARTER!!!
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You mean Niemi?
Carter had a wide open net to force game 7 and misplaced the shot. He did the same thing against the Penguins in game 2 the year before.

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More like Brian Campbell got his stick in the way

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This one comes to mind.

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I really liked Briere and I hope he will be back to form next year, with the Flyers. Unless they make a big acquisition, there's no reason to amnesty him this summer. If we miss the playoffs, he'll have a high value at the deadline. If we make them, we'll be happy to have him around. He's also a very good leader in key games. I remember Lavy praising him speech between the periods in the Buffalo series. He's helped Giroux a lot to develop, and he did it with Couturier too. You can say whatever you want about his recent play, Briere is a very dedicated player and deserves respect from us.

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This thread just made me really sad. I love Danny Briere for 2010 and I loved that whole damn team. It was the most exciting playoff run I've ever seen in my life (I'm 23, keep in mind.) That team... heart.

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I could watch those clips all day.

No question for me it's game 7 against the Bruins. Close runner up is his tying goal in game 1 against the Bruins in the same series. Just an unbelievable effort.

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Carter had a wide open net to force game 7 and misplaced the shot. He did the same thing against the Penguins in game 2 the year before.
The Pens deal was frustrating, but let's not make him the whipping boy for the Finals. It's dishonest. Short of magic, what was he supposed to do to get that shot in? He would have needed to phase Campbell's stick out of existence, for starters.

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