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11-28-2011, 06:47 PM
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he was going pretty fast too and to pull that move off is insane
Yup, that is what was so friggen impressive about Bure, the moves he pulled at such a high speed were other worldly. Dats has a lot of the same skills when it comes to dekes but his are different, seems more cerebral.

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11-28-2011, 06:52 PM
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Because he shot, instead of deking? Was it because he was going slow? (which i what I like about it)

Honest question, I've only been a "hardcore" hockey fan for a bit, so mind explaining why this doesn't count?
A breakaway has nothing to do with the actual shot/goal itself. It's when a single player--wait for it--breaks away from the rest of the players, skates up ice, and scores. Watch the videos in the thread and try to notice the common theme. (Hint: It's not that they all result in goals.)

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11-28-2011, 07:00 PM
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My favorite Datsyuk move.

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Best breakaway goal ever, and this is what came up in your head?

Datsyuk on Turco, without question.

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Here's another great one. Datsyuk circles back, steals the puck from Jagr and just destroys Kolzig. The fact he picked off Jagr so casually and did it all in one quick sequence is amazing.


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Anything Pavel Datsyuk is my favorite, but that specific move is still my favorite. It takes so much talent to make a good goalie look that foolish on a breakaway.

One that I feel that doesn't get much credit anymore is this Peter Schaefer goal, I love the little tip at the end, looks like it would have gone wide if he didn't give it that extra tip in mid-air.


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For pure skill, that Bure goal: stick-skate-stick. I don't think that there's a player currently in the NHL who could pull it off at top speed. Maybe Datsyuk. Maybe.

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11-28-2011, 07:37 PM
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Not a clean break but...

came here to post this. first one that came to mind of recent. too bad we choked after that game anyways.

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11-28-2011, 07:44 PM
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A breakaway has nothing to do with the actual shot/goal itself. It's when a single player--wait for it--breaks away from the rest of the players, skates up ice, and scores. Watch the videos in the thread and try to notice the common theme. (Hint: It's not that they all result in goals.)
Well some of the others in the thread were similar, so I thought it counts

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Here's a nice one.


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Well some of the others in the thread were similar, so I thought it counts
The difference is that that goal was a give and go, your textbook two on one, an effort between two players.

A good goal, to be sure, but not a breakaway.

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Not surte I would call that a breakaway. It was a one on one.

I mean, if that qualifies, then this does too.


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Because he shot, instead of deking? Was it because he was going slow? (which i what I like about it)

Honest question, I've only been a "hardcore" hockey fan for a bit, so mind explaining why this doesn't count?
What the other dude said ha. its skater vs goalie.

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11-28-2011, 08:26 PM
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Yzerman shows the world how good he is at stickhandling.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N-Con...eature=related

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Here's a nice one.

wow. I have never seen anything like that. Nicest breakaway goal ever IMO.



Why are people showing wrist shots low glove? haha its best breakaway EVER. How the hell does a wrist shot come to your mind when you think of that? haha

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11-28-2011, 08:30 PM
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Yzerman shows the world how good he is at stickhandling.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N-Con...eature=related
more like Hasek shows the world how much of a poor decision maker he is


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The shot and goal itself aren't all that, but the raw speed from a standing start is amazing.

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I like this one:
My pick too, and probably the most famous breakaway goal of all time (if you count it, since the actual breakaway part was only 10-20 feet).

OT, but god, I love how Bob Cole and Harry Neale just stay silent for a full 30 seconds, knowing that the reactions of the players and the crowd tell the whole story.

That's the kind of world class commentary that is far too rare in these days of Pierre McGuire having a verbal orgasm every time something exciting happens.


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