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05-09-2005, 10:12 PM
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Game winning goals list

Anyone got this? Reg season pre and post reg season OT and a list for playoffs?

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It's available by googling.

I recall career playoff GWGs: 1. Wayne Gretzky, 2. Claude Lemieux

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The top three regular season game-winning goal scorers are Gordie Howe (121), Phil Esposito (118) and Brett Hull (110). After Hull the highest active players are Brendan Shanahan (96), Jaromir Jagr (93), Mark Messier (92) and Steve Yzerman (91).

The top three in the playoffs are Wayne Gretzky (24), Claude Lemieux (19) and Maurice Richard (18). If they played four series a year back in Richard`s day instead of two, he`d probably be way ahead.

It can be a misleading stat because very often the goal that turns out to be the game-winner isn`t very crucial at the time it`s scored. But one of the good things about it is that it`s not affected by how high-scoring or low-scoring the era is. Whether it`s 1-0 or 6-5, every game can only have one game winner.

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The top three regular season game-winning goal scorers are Gordie Howe (121), Phil Esposito (118) and Brett Hull (110). After Hull the highest active players are Brendan Shanahan (96), Jaromir Jagr (93), Mark Messier (92) and Steve Yzerman (91).

The top three in the playoffs are Wayne Gretzky (24), Claude Lemieux (19) and Maurice Richard (18). If they played four series a year back in Richard`s day instead of two, he`d probably be way ahead.

It can be a misleading stat because very often the goal that turns out to be the game-winner isn`t very crucial at the time it`s scored. But one of the good things about it is that it`s not affected by how high-scoring or low-scoring the era is. Whether it`s 1-0 or 6-5, every game can only have one game winner.
I agree. GWG, PPG and the like are not really that important or revealing about the quality of a player. A goal is a goal. They count it as one on the scoreboard no matter what the situation so, whoever scores the most goals in any given season is the best goal scorer.

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Lafleur has got 15 game winning goals in the playoffs and 15 of them came in a span of only 5 years! (1975 to 1979) Seeing as they won 41 games.. 15 game winning goals is incredible!

Richards had 7 this past year I think and that's also incredible.

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Brett Hull - 24 Game Winning Goals in PO!!

http://www.nhl.com/lineups/player/8448091.html

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Brett Hull - 24 Game Winning Goals in PO!!

http://www.nhl.com/lineups/player/8448091.html
Thanks for the correction. I got the playoff top three from a site that listed all of Gretzky`s records, but it may have been wrong/ not updated.

My bad.

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Here's a list of every OT playoff goal ever scored:


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I'd like everyone to pay special attnetion to the goal on April 16th, 1968

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Here's a list of every OT playoff goal ever scored:


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I'd like everyone to pay special attnetion to the goal on April 16th, 1968
whats the deal with Marcetta?

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Marcetta kicked/kicks ass is what's the deal.

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Here's a list of every OT playoff goal ever scored:


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I'd like everyone to pay special attnetion to the goal on April 16th, 1968
What did he accomplish other then that goal??

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What did he accomplish? Ha!

There once was a man;
His name was Milan.
Milan the mountain man.

See, Milan came from a mining town
With nothing but coal all around.

So, imagine their surprise,
When Milan became the apple
Of the local hockey team's eye.

Milan, Milan the mountain man.
He did things no one ever, ever can.

Milan, the mountain man.
He was the best player in the land.

Well, Milan set off for the city lights
When it became too clear
He was a star that shone bright.

After an extended stay in the WHL,
Milan moved onto the pros to raise some hell.

That was fine, but Milan
had his sight on a goal so high.

He wanted to sip from Lord Stanley's mug,
And the Maple Leafs knew he was just the piece
To make their playoff push chug-chug.

While he only saw action 3 times,
That was enough to etch his name on the Cup
And thus ending this rhyme.

But it's not done yet...
Milan still had to prove
He was not a useless vet.

In '67-'68, Milan went to Minny
And showed the NHL that
They could play more than shinny.

It was the Stars' first year,
But with Milan at the helm,
They were a team to fear.

In 14 playoff matches,
Milan got 14 points.
And though they couldn't dispatch
The Blues, no Stars fan
Wore an embarrassed hue.

And that is the story of Milan,
The mountain man.

Milan did things no one ever, ever can.

Milan, the mountain man.
Stop by his old house
If you're ever in Cadomin.

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What did he accomplish? Ha!

There once was a man;
His name was Milan.
Milan the mountain man.

See, Milan came from a mining town
With nothing but coal all around.

So, imagine their surprise,
When Milan became the apple
Of the local hockey team's eye.

Milan, Milan the mountain man.
He did things no one ever, ever can.

Milan, the mountain man.
He was the best player in the land.

Well, Milan set off for the city lights
When it became too clear
He was a star that shone bright.

After an extended stay in the WHL,
Milan moved onto the pros to raise some hell.

That was fine, but Milan
had his sight on a goal so high.

He wanted to sip from Lord Stanley's mug,
And the Maple Leafs knew he was just the piece
To make their playoff push chug-chug.

While he only saw action 3 times,
That was enough to etch his name on the Cup
And thus ending this rhyme.

But it's not done yet...
Milan still had to prove
He was not a useless vet.

In '67-'68, Milan went to Minny
And showed the NHL that
They could play more than shinny.

It was the Stars' first year,
But with Milan at the helm,
They were a team to fear.

In 14 playoff matches,
Milan got 14 points.
And though they couldn't dispatch
The Blues, no Stars fan
Wore an embarrassed hue.

And that is the story of Milan,
The mountain man.

Milan did things no one ever, ever can.

Milan, the mountain man.
Stop by his old house
If you're ever in Cadomin.
I'm afraid I cant pass up this opportunity.

Whats up? I have too many questions but I'll start there.

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The sky for one thing

I actually wrote that ballad in about 5 minutes.

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The sky for one thing

I actually wrote that ballad in about 5 minutes.
Not talking poetry but your marcetta thing. Whats up with that/ Are you Mike?

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I wish I was. Wouldn't you want to be the guy who has a Stanley Cup ring, the guy who led the North Stars in their inaugural season, the guy who scored an OT winner in the playoffs in a critical Game 6?

Actually, his brother and sister-in-law lived down the street from me up until March. He was telling me about how his brother played for the North Stars... and thus I uncovered the legend of Milan the mountain man.

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I wish I was. Wouldn't you want to be the guy who has a Stanley Cup ring, the guy who led the North Stars in their inaugural season, the guy who scored an OT winner in the playoffs in a critical Game 6?

Actually, his brother and sister-in-law lived down the street from me up until March. He was telling me about how his brother played for the North Stars... and thus I uncovered the legend of Milan the mountain man.
Oh I see. So since then you have been obsesed with him.

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Obsessed? I'm only obsessed if you consider an overweight, balding, fifty-something male who camps outside Dakota Fanning's house on trash day just so he can steal her tampons obsessed. I'm only obsessed if you find a single housewife who spends her welfare cheque buying Brad Pitt's undergarments on EBay with regularity obsessed. I'm only obsessed if you would dare call a pimply, 14 year-old who spends his Saturdays Photoshopping Hilary Duff's body onto that of pornstars obsessed.

So am I obsessed? No, I don't think so.

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Obsessed? I'm only obsessed if you consider an overweight, balding, fifty-something male who camps outside Dakota Fanning's house on trash day just so he can steal her tampons obsessed. I'm only obsessed if you find a single housewife who spends her welfare cheque buying Brad Pitt's undergarments on EBay with regularity obsessed. I'm only obsessed if you would dare call a pimply, 14 year-old who spends his Saturdays Photoshopping Hilary Duff's body onto that of pornstars obsessed.

So am I obsessed? No, I don't think so.
I cant comment if youre obsessed but if my neighbor's brother is a mountain man who played a few games in the nhl I dont know if I'd wax poetic.

Just what are you bitter about?

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That I don't have his hair.

...

Well, think about it... look at this:


Roster 1



Roster 2


And this...


Roster 3



Roster 4


Now consider how those teams did... I'm sure even you can spot the coinkydink!

Now if you'll excuse me, I feel the urge to sing again...

There once was a man;
His name was Milan.
Milan the mountain man.

See, Milan came from a mining town
With nothing but coal all around.

So, imagine their surprise,
When Milan became the apple
Of the local hockey team's eye.

Milan, Milan the mountain man.
He did things no one ever, ever can.

Milan, the mountain man.
He was the best player in the land.

Well, Milan set off for the city lights
When it became too clear
He was a star that shone bright.

After an extended stay in the WHL,
Milan moved onto the pros to raise some hell.

That was fine, but Milan
had his sight on a goal so high.

He wanted to sip from Lord Stanley's mug,
And the Maple Leafs knew he was just the piece
To make their playoff push chug-chug.

While he only saw action 3 times,
That was enough to etch his name on the Cup
And thus ending this rhyme.

But it's not done yet...
Milan still had to prove
He was not a useless vet.

In '67-'68, Milan went to Minny
And showed the NHL that
They could play more than shinny.

It was the Stars' first year,
But with Milan at the helm,
They were a team to fear.

In 14 playoff matches,
Milan got 14 points.
And though they couldn't dispatch
The Blues, no Stars fan
Wore an embarrassed hue.

And that is the story of Milan,
The mountain man.

Milan did things no one ever, ever can.

Milan, the mountain man.
Stop by his old house
If you're ever in Cadomin.

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Mats Sundin is pretty high on the active list for GWG right?

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Mats Sundin is pretty high on the active list for GWG right?
Player Name -- GWG
==================
Hull Brett -- 109
Shanahan Brendan -- 96
Jagr Jaromir -- 93
Messier Mark -- 92
Yzerman Steve -- 91
Nieuwendyk Joe -- 88
Robitaille Luc -- 87
Turgeon Pierre -- 85
Fedorov Sergei -- 85
Roenick Jeremy -- 80
Francis Ron -- 79
Damphousse Vincent -- 78
Thomas Steve -- 78
Andreychuk Dave -- 76
Sakic Joe -- 75
Sundin Mats -- 75



Player Name -- PO GWG
==================
Hull Brett -- 24
Lemieux Claude -- 19
Sakic Joe -- 17
Jagr Jaromir -- 14
Nieuwendyk Joe -- 14
Messier Mark -- 12
Yzerman Steve -- 12
Robitaille Luc -- 12
Roenick Jeremy -- 12
Kozlov Vyacheslav -- 12
.
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Sundin Mats -- 7

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Thanks pnep, care to make a GWG out of G % list, too?

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