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08-29-2012, 01:28 PM
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Not a goal highlight, but I loved this:






That game was also very entertaining, especially Henrik's 3-3 tying goal on the PP.

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All time favorite goal..... but isn't this the "Not-so-well-remembered" goals?
I haven't seen it lately but a recent goal doesn't get a lot of play is the dump in goal on Niemi by Sedin. He just skys it backhand over the crowd top shelf. It was brilliant.

Found it. It was Hiller, not Niemi.




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08-29-2012, 10:47 PM
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Although his name is mud around here these days... in the '82 playoff run, Ron Delorme laid a serious beatdown on Grant Mulvey after Mulvey had viciously elbowed Lars Lindgren in the head. Great moment of frontier justice.


Doesn't have the Mulvey elbow, but has some of the aftermath.

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08-29-2012, 10:59 PM
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A couple of turning points from the 1982 run:

Vancouver Canucks Miracle Year

“Quebec City was the turning point for our team. Tiger Williams was pinned against the boards by big Wilf Paiement. In those days there was no barrier between the bench and the seats, and this one loudmouth Quebec fan came down from the third of fourth row and took a swing at Tiger. For some reason I thought I would go help him, so I left the bench to go grab the guy, and a couple of my players like Dougie Halward and Marc Crawford came with me up into the stands. John Ziegler was league president at the time, and he didn’t like that very much, so I got suspended for five games. In retrospect it was a foolish move, to think that Tiger Williams needed any help from me.” — Harry Neale.


“All I remember is that they were huge. That’s the only way to describe them. Willie Plett, Jim Peplinski: They were loaded and tough as nails. That’s why, right from the opening faceoff of the first game, we took it on ourselves to level the playing field. People like Steamer and Tiger Williams and myself got involved in a few scraps, which took the wind out of their sails. Once we took away that physical advantage, our skilled forwards were free to do their jobs.” — Curt Fraser.


“I remember a big fight right off the bat, only a couple of seconds into Game 1. Curt Fraser took on Willie Plett at centre ice, and came out on top. Willie was a very intimidating guy, and we all knew how tough he was. That fight showed the Flames that we weren’t going to back down from anybody.” — Darcy Rota.

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08-30-2012, 01:37 AM
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All time favorite goal..... but isn't this the "Not-so-well-remembered" goals?
I wasn't sure how well-remembered it was. I don't feel like people mention it all that much, since it happened in a laugher of a game down the stretch.

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08-30-2012, 11:31 AM
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OK, not a goal, but the Mulvey thing reminded me of a memorable Delorme fight - the one where he broke Jamie Macoun's nose:



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When Datsyuk scored the go-ahead goal with 3:30 left I thought it was over.

Then Daniel Sedin ties it with 2 mins left, and Salo wins it with a rocket in OT:



I remember thinking "OMG we just beat the powerhouse defending-champion Wings with our backup in net"

In the next vid, Naslund, who by this time was a whipping boy, scores the clutch game-tying goal, and Ryan Shannon does the spin to win it in the shootout.

In hindsight, it's sort of funny to see Luongo stone the Hawks in the shootout.


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here's kyle wellwood doing his best pavel bure impression, too late though


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here's kyle wellwood doing his best pavel bure impression, too late though

This is a really good one. I don't think I've ever seen him skate like that again.

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here's kyle wellwood doing his best pavel bure impression, too late though

this made me really sad at the time and im sad now

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08-31-2012, 02:11 AM
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here's kyle wellwood doing his best pavel bure impression, too late though

I LOL'd hard at the look on the Canuck fan's face at the 0:33 mark.

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AUUUGH I love that Wellwood nearly-goal. You can't let that kinda thing make you sad. I mean, what an effort! That is hockey at its best. Wish we had him again this upcoming season.

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here's kyle wellwood doing his best pavel bure impression, too late though

Gee, has to be one of the best no-goals around.

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This thread lacks teh Romer power, with Sedin courtesy.



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Weird Mason Raymond goal on Kiprusoff on Dec 27, 2009



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Although this is a "much remembered" goal that stuck a dagger in the Canucks' heart in Game 1 OT 1982 Stanley Cup Final, what is "not so well remembered" is that it is not clear that it ever crossed the goal line - nobody protested, and there was no such thing as goal cameras or instant replay, but if you look closely, the puck hits the post and cross bar (?), then hits the goal line on edge, and it is never clear that it completely crosses the goal line:



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Although this is a "much remembered" goal that stuck a dagger in the Canucks' heart in Game 1 OT 1982 Stanley Cup Final, what is "not so well remembered" is that it is not clear that it ever crossed the goal line - nobody protested, and there was no such thing as goal cameras or instant replay, but if you look closely, the puck hits the post and cross bar, then hits the goal line on edge, and it is never clear that it completely crosses the goal line:
Oh my gosh. That doesn't look like it crossed the line at all to me, especially on that last replay. Why didn't the announcers or anyone say anything? So weird. This was before my time as a Canucks fan, and I have NEVER seen this clip before. Excellent addition to this thread.

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Oh my gosh. That doesn't look like it crossed the line at all to me, especially on that last replay. Why didn't the announcers or anyone say anything? So weird. This was before my time as a Canucks fan, and I have NEVER seen this clip before. Excellent addition to this thread.
To be honest no one on the ice seemed to think it wasn't a goal; It's really something that would be looked at if one of the referees thought it was funny and deserved another look.

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To be honest no one on the ice seemed to think it wasn't a goal; It's really something that would be looked at if one of the referees thought it was funny and deserved another look.
I certainly didn't think it was funny... in fact I was quite disappointed about it.

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Does that hit the crossbar or does it hit the netting behind it? Hard to tell with the quality of that video.

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Never seen a Canuck put the puck into the yawning cage with such authority before

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A rookie Trevor Linden scores shorthanded against Calgary in the first round, Game 5 1989 (yeah, yeah, Game 7 Peplinski/Otto - whatever.)



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Brendan Morrison's coast to coaster at 3:11. The Burrows goal from this game got replayed all season long, but I never saw this one in any highlight reel. And it was right after an Oiler goal, so it shut the fans up.


Pretty passing play at 1:51. Surprised not to see this one replayed more back then.


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