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03-24-2010, 06:48 PM
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Classic games on NHL Gamecenter

For those of you who have NHL Center Ice they have a section of classic games containing, as of now, 137 games since the 1960s. I think this is great and for me, who's too young to have seen games from the 60s-80s this is a great opportunity to see some of the all-time greats. First game on my list is Oilers-Flames game 3 in 1983 with a 7-point performance by Gretzky, looking forward to it...

What games will you watch? Do you have any recommendations on which games to see. Let's see if we can't get a game-day thread for historical games going here.

Edit: Updated with all games available

Awayteam Hometeam Year Series Game
Montreal Toronto 1959 Stanley Cup Final Game 3
Toronto Chicago 1962 Stanley Cup Final Game 3
Toronto Detroit 1964 Stanley Cup Final Game 6
Chicago Montreal 1965 Stanley Cup Final Game 5
Chicago Montreal 1965 Stanley Cup Final Game 7
Montreal Toronto 1967 Stanley Cup Final Game 6
Boston Toronto 1968 Regular Season
Philadelphia Toronto 1969 Regular Season
Boston Montreal 1969 Semi-Final Game 1
Eastern Western 1970 All-Star Game
NY Rangers Toronto 1970 Regular Season
Chicago Toronto 1970 Regular Season
Detroit Toronto 1970 Regular Season
Detroit Toronto 1971 Regular Season
Boston Toronto 1971 Regular Season
NY Rangers Toronto 1971 Quarter-Final Game 6
Toronto NY Rangers 1971 Quarter-Final Game 2
Philadelphia Toronto 1975 Quarter-Final Game 4
Philadelphia Buffalo 1975 Stanley Cup Final Game 6
Red Army Montreal 1975
Montreal Philadelphia 1976 Stanley Cup Final Game 4
Red Army Philadelphia 1976
Montreal Boston 1977 Stanley Cup Final Game 4
Toronto NY Islanders 1978 Quarter-Final Game 7
Philadelphia Boston 1978 Semi-Final Game 5
Montreal Boston 1978 Stanley Cup Final Game 6
Vancouver Philadelphia 1979 Preliminary Round Game 3
Atlanta Toronto 1979 Preliminary Round Game 2
Boston Montreal 1979 Semi-Final Game 7
NY Rangers Montreal 1979 Stanley Cup Final Game 5
Campbell Wales 1980 All-Star Game
Edmonton Toronto 1980 Regular Season
Colorado Toronto 1980 Regular Season
Philadelphia NY Islanders 1980 Stanley Cup Final Game 6
NY Islanders Philadelphia 1980 Stanley Cup Final Game 1
Minnesota NY Islanders 1981 Stanley Cup Final Game 5
Vancouver Chicago 1982 Conference Final Game 5
NY Islanders Quebec 1982 Conference Final Game 4
Quebec Montreal 1982 Division Semi-Final Game 5
Edmonton Los Angeles 1982 Division Semi-Final Game 4
Quebec Boston 1982 Division Final Game 7
NY Islanders Vancouver 1982 Stanley Cup Final Game 4
Vancouver NY Islanders 1982 Stanley Cup Final Game 1
Campbell Wales 1983 All-Star Game
Edmonton Chicago 1983 Conference Final Game 4
Boston NY Islanders 1983 Conference Final Game 6
Chicago Edmonton 1983 Conference Final Game 1
Calgary Edmonton 1983 Division Final Game 5
Calgary Edmonton 1983 Division Final Game 1
Edmonton Calgary 1983 Division Final Game 3
Edmonton NY Islanders 1983 Stanley Cup Final Game 4
Calgary Toronto 1984 Regular Season
Calgary Edmonton 1984 Division Final Game 7
Quebec Montreal 1984 Division Final Game 6
NY Islanders Edmonton 1984 Stanley Cup Final Game 5
Quebec Montreal 1985 Division Final Game 7
Philadelphia Edmonton 1985 Stanley Cup Final Game 5
Montreal Calgary 1986 Stanley Cup Final Game 2
Montreal Calgary 1986 Stanley Cup Final Game 5
St. Louis Toronto 1987 Division Semi-Final Game 6
Philadelphia Edmonton 1987 Stanley Cup Final Game 7
Boston Edmonton 1988 Stanley Cup Final Game 4
Boston Toronto 1989 Regular Season
Chicago Calgary 1989 Conference Final Game 5
Montreal Philadelphia 1989 Conference Final Game 6
Calgary Montreal 1989 Stanley Cup Final Game 3
Calgary Montreal 1989 Stanley Cup Final Game 6
Campbell Wales 1990 All-Star Game
Detroit Toronto 1990 Regular Season
Edmonton Winnipeg 1990 Division Semi-Final Game 4
Calgary Los Angeles 1990 Division Semi-Final Game 4
Calgary Los Angeles 1990 Division Semi-Final Game 6
Edmonton Los Angeles 1990 Division Final Game 4
Edmonton Boston 1990 Stanley Cup Final Game 5
Edmonton Boston 1990 Stanley Cup Final Game 1
Edmonton Calgary 1991 Division Semi-Final Game 7
Calgary Edmonton 1991 Division Semi-Final Game 6
Vancouver Los Angeles 1991 Division Semi-Final Game 2
Los Angeles Edmonton 1991 Division Final Game 3
Los Angeles Edmonton 1991 Division Final Game 6
Montreal Boston 1991 Division Final Game 2
Edmonton Los Angeles 1991 Division Final Game 2
Edmonton Los Angeles 1991 Division Final Game 1
Boston Montreal 1991 Division Final Game 6
Minnesota Pittsburgh 1991 Stanley Cup Final Game 2
Pittsburgh Minnsota 1991 Stanley Cup Final Game 6
Pittsburgh Boston 1992 Conference Final Game 3
Hartford Montreal 1992 Division Semi-Final Game 7
Winnipeg Vancouver 1992 Division Semi-Final Game 7
Pittsburgh Chicago 1992 Stanley Cup Final Game 4
NY Islanders Montreal 1993 Conference Final Game 5
Toronto Los Angeles 1993 Conference Final Game 6
Montreal NY Islanders 1993 Conference Final Game 3
Los Angeles Toronto 1993 Conference Final Game 7
San Jose Toronto 1993 Conference Semi-Final Game 7
Vancouver Winnipeg 1993 Division Semi-Final Game 6
Vancouver Winnipeg 1993 Division Semi-Final Game 3
Quebec Montreal 1993 Division Semi-Final Game 3
Toronto Detroit 1993 Division Semi-Final Game 7
St. Louis Toronto 1993 Division Semi-Final Game 1
Montreal Quebec 1993 Division Semi-Final Game 1
Montreal Quebec 1993 Division Semi-Final Game 5
St. Louis Toronto 1993 Division Semi-Final Game 2
Toronto Detroit 1993 Division Semi-Final Game 5
St. Louis Toronto 1993 Division Final Game 7
Montreal Buffalo 1993 Division Final Game 4
Los Angeles Montreal 1993 Stanley Cup Final Game 5
Toronto Chicago 1994 Conference Quarter-Final Game 3
Vancouver Calgary 1994 Conference Quarter-Final Game 7
New Jersey NY Rangers 1994 Conference Final Game 7
NY Rangers New Jersey 1994 Conference Final Game 6
Toronto Vancouver 1994 Conference Final Game 5
San Jose Toronto 1994 Conference Semi-Final Game 6
Vancouver NY Rangers 1994 Stanley Cup Final Game 7
Detroit Montreal 1995 Regular Season
Philadelphia Montreal 1995 Regular Season
Ottawa Quebec 1995 Regular Season
Calgary San Jose 1995 Conference Quarter-Final Game 4
San Jose Calgary 1995 Conference Quarter-Final Game 7
NY Rangers Quebec 1995 Conference Quarter-Final Game 1
Vancouver St. Louis 1995 Conference Quarter-Final Game 7
Chicago Vancouver 1995 COnference Semi-Final Game 4
Detroit New Jersey 1995 Stanley Cup Final Game 4
NY Rangers Montreal 1996 Regular Season
Edmonton Toronto 1996 Regular Season
Detroit Winnipeg 1996 Conference Quarter-Final Game 6
NY Rangers Pittsburgh 1996 Conference Semi-Final Game 5
Colorado Florida 1996 Stanley Cup Final Game 4
Eastern Wetern 1997 All-Star Game
Pittsburgh Montreal 1997 Regular Season
NY Rangers Vancouver 1997 Regular Season
Vancouver Colorado 1997 Regular Season
Buffalo Ottawa 1997 Regular Season
Ottawa Buffalo 1997 Conference Quarter-Final Game 1
Philadelphia Detroit 1997 Stanley Cup Final Game 4
Edmonton Colorado 1998 Conference Quarter-Final Game 7
Detroit Washington 1998 Stanley Cup Final Game 4


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03-25-2010, 03:46 AM
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The final game of the 1987 Canada Cup was the best game ever played imo. It is a hockey purist's dream. All the Russians in their prime were every bit as good as Gretzky, Lemieux etc.

I'm blanking for now but i'll add more later.

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Hey guys could you list some of the games. I might have to go out and get center ice just for this reason

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I have center ice but I have no idea what you mean.

I also have NHL network and I watch classic games but they play one every 2 days or so, there is no selection involved.

Are you perhaps talking about center ice online?

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The final game of the 1987 Canada Cup was the best game ever played imo. It is a hockey purist's dream. All the Russians in their prime were every bit as good as Gretzky, Lemieux etc.

I'm blanking for now but i'll add more later.
i have not seen all those games, but the D was not good at all.

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Hey guys could you list some of the games. I might have to go out and get center ice just for this reason
NHL has posted some of these games on youtube.


http://www.youtube.com/user/nhlvideo?blend=1&ob=4


oilers flames '83 game 3 is one of the games.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=neQx62NQOcQ

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I have center ice but I have no idea what you mean.

I also have NHL network and I watch classic games but they play one every 2 days or so, there is no selection involved.

Are you perhaps talking about center ice online?
Sorry, center ice online is what I'm talking about.

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The final game of the 1987 Canada Cup was the best game ever played imo. It is a hockey purist's dream. All the Russians in their prime were every bit as good as Gretzky, Lemieux etc.
Really? I think most people would say that the first two games were a far superior brand of hockey.

Game two in particular. Canada had lost game one, if they lost they were done.

Canada leading 3-1 after one. The USSR comes back to tie it 3-3 in the second. Canada scores two more (both Lemieux from Gretzky), with Russia answering both times, including Kamensky's end-to-end rush in the last minute of regulation to tie it at 5.

Crazy saves in the first OT, with Fuhr standing on his head.

Then in the second overtime; Mario from Gretzky, again, for the hat trick and the win, (Gretz with 5 assists).

Beats the hell out of the grind fest that most of game three was.

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They are on NHL Gamecenter, BTW.

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Really? I think most people would say that the first two games were a far superior brand of hockey.

Game two in particular. Canada had lost game one, if they lost they were done.

Canada leading 3-1 after one. The USSR comes back to tie it 3-3 in the second. Canada scores two more (both Lemieux from Gretzky), with Russia answering both times, including Kamensky's end-to-end rush in the last minute of regulation to tie it at 5.

Crazy saves in the first OT, with Fuhr standing on his head.

Then in the second overtime; Mario from Gretzky, again, for the hat trick and the win, (Gretz with 5 assists).

Beats the hell out of the grind fest that most of game three was.
Agreed, game 2 is the best game I've ever watched.

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I just watched the Dec 31st 1975 Montreal Canadiens vs. Red Army New Year's Eve game and was Montreal ever trying full tilt to win that game! It has been called one of the greatest games in hockey history and certainly in terms of intensity it was. It ended 3-3 and the Habs had a large shot advantage, playing it very physical and aggressive on the forecheck. Both teams played every shift like it was the most important of their lives. No one was dogging it. The game clearly MATTERED.

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Mikhailov and Savard showed crqzy-great puck handling and deking skills, each a threat going past mutiple opposing players with the puck. Cournoyer and Lambert deserved their scoring sheet entries as the most dangerous Habs in the game. Kharlamov actually was stopped so apparently easily, couldn't handle any physical contact, and for a while I thought him unequal to the task of playing against the Habs but as the game went on he eventually converted on his chances (he touched the puck sooo often in the game, Vasiliev and Gusev especially looking for him up ice), would dish off the puck at the perfect moment, got in the scoring. Lafleur and Gainey were not apparent early in the game but both became more of a factor as the game went on, each trying to get that 4th Habs goal in the third. P. Mahovlich gets an A for effort with his skating and play along the boards, though the Red Army did keep him on the perimeter pretty well. Tretiak had a great game but most of the shots were not from in close and rebounds were not plentiful. Tsygankov and Lutchenko along with Mikhailov killed off an extended 5-on-3 Habs opportunity that seemed to me the turning point, as the Soviets came back from a two-goal deficit to tie the game.

Petrov made several bad passes, really poor decision making at times. I was not impressed. He made up for it with a sweet pass on a goal later, but he - along with Lemaire - just seemed not at his best. Lemaire looked embarrassingly ineffective trying to forecheck Gusev at least three times, having neither the size or the speed of the Soviet rearguard, and literally bouncing off of Gusev's backside each time, a perfect Army pass resulting up ice, unfettered by the lame attempts. It was not Lapointe's best game either, fanning on shots and missing the net, getting burned on rushes, playing too close to Savard as an announcer remarked. Robinson was shaking his head at times, clearly frustrated, but quite effective. Dryden had an easy game of it and really ought not to be faulted (or could be) for the goals against on very few shots faced.

Jarvis killed penalties with flair, showed his brilliance and the entire Lambert-Risebrough-Tremblay line was a constant threat in the offensive zone.

The old Vikulov and the young Alexandrov made nice plays in the neutral zone but couldn't gain the blueline often.

The Habs won most of the face-offs and the media guys commented on it as a weakness in the Soviet's game.

All in all, a better game of intensity than all I've watched in the NHL this season, except for Pens-Caps, Isles-Devils and Preds-Sharks. And the skill level was world class of course. It looked like they were playing on an international ice surface because of the speed and passing and sheer high momentum of the game. A-ma-zing.

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Updated original post with a list of all available games.

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If I had to pick 10 games from that list (ignoring that I'm a Flyers fanI I would choose:

Red Army Philadelphia 1976
Boston Montreal 1979 Semi-Final Game 7
Edmonton Los Angeles 1982 Division Semi-Final Game 4
Quebec Montreal 1985 Division Final Game 7
Toronto Detroit 1993 Division Semi-Final Game 7
Los Angeles Toronto 1993 Conference Final Game 7
New Jersey NY Rangers 1994 Conference Final Game 7
Vancouver NY Rangers 1994 Stanley Cup Final Game 7

I'd pick two of the Calgary-Edmonton games, but I'm not sure which ones are which off the top of my head. I'm sure some Flames/Oilers fans can recommend which to watch.

Disappointed that they don't have any of the multiple OT games available, especially the game 7 Easter epic between the Isles and Caps, which is certainly one of the best 5 games of the last 30 years.

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Red Army | Philadelphia | 1976
Next on my list to watrch.

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Montreal | Boston | 1977 | Stanley Cup Final | Game 4
This is the earliest series I have memory of watching as an 8 year old. Will be fun to re-visit.

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Edmonton | Calgary | 1983 | Division Final | Game 3
Watched this game. Unfortunately, they had mixed it up so the third period was from another game. Anyway, by that time Oilers had already crushed the Flames and Gretzky had scored 4 times. Some impressions:

Early in the game Semenko earns a double game misconduct after he threw away a punch after the fight was over resulting in a 5 minute powerplay for the Flames. I wonder about the outrage if that was to happen today, practically giving away a golden opportunity for the opposition. But I guess it was different back then.

Gretzky was a takeaway machine. He stripped the Flames playes of the puck again and again.

The players all looked like bad-ass warriors in their moustaches. Heck, even Kent Nilsson looked like a frightening man

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Disappointed that they don't have any of the multiple OT games available, especially the game 7 Easter epic between the Isles and Caps, which is certainly one of the best 5 games of the last 30 years.
Well, they do have the Florida - Colorado epic goaltending duel which went to triple overtime and over 100 shots until Uwe Krupp finally scored.

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The Colorado-Detroit 90s rivalry is surprisingly absent.

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The 1983 Chicago vs Edmonton game 4 is a really good game. Some amazing puck handling and deking skills from Savard, and insane blind passes by Gretzky.

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is this the thing that you have to pay $4.95/month to get into the classic games section

looks like a pretty good deal

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It's missing a few games that I'd want to see and 97 seems like a weird year to stop at but they can always add games so it's a good start. I'll jump on when more games from my team are on it

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do they keep charging you after a month unless you cancel it?

or is it $4.95 one month deal also says its an "introductory price"

we are talking about the NHL Valut, correct?

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A lot these of games are available on Hulu as well.

http://www.hulu.com/nhl-games

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Including DRW - Caps game4 SC Final and not DRW - Avs march 26, 97 is a slap in the face of all hockey fans. Why not include the DRW - Canes game 3 snooze fest too?

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Really? I think most people would say that the first two games were a far superior brand of hockey.

Game two in particular. Canada had lost game one, if they lost they were done.

Canada leading 3-1 after one. The USSR comes back to tie it 3-3 in the second. Canada scores two more (both Lemieux from Gretzky), with Russia answering both times, including Kamensky's end-to-end rush in the last minute of regulation to tie it at 5.

Crazy saves in the first OT, with Fuhr standing on his head.

Then in the second overtime; Mario from Gretzky, again, for the hat trick and the win, (Gretz with 5 assists).

Beats the hell out of the grind fest that most of game three was.
I was going to say the same thing; many people consider game 2 the greatest hockey game ever. Gretzky said it was the best game he ever played, which probably makes it worth watching just for that. Kamensky's rush was an amazing goal, and the game going to double OT... I wish I could find this game to download it. I've watched it at least once since the actual series, but I'd love to have it on my PC.

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For those of you who have NHL Center Ice they have a section of classic games containing, as of now, 137 games since the 1960s. I think this is great and for me, who's too young to have seen games from the 60s-80s this is a great opportunity to see some of the all-time greats. First game on my list is Oilers-Flames game 3 in 1983 with a 7-point performance by Gretzky, looking forward to it...

What games will you watch? Do you have any recommendations on which games to see. Let's see if we can't get a game-day thread for historical games going here.

Edit: Updated with all games available

Awayteam Hometeam Year Series Game
Montreal Toronto 1959 Stanley Cup Final Game 3
Toronto Chicago 1962 Stanley Cup Final Game 3
Toronto Detroit 1964 Stanley Cup Final Game 6
Chicago Montreal 1965 Stanley Cup Final Game 5
Chicago Montreal 1965 Stanley Cup Final Game 7
Montreal Toronto 1967 Stanley Cup Final Game 6
Boston Toronto 1968 Regular Season
Philadelphia Toronto 1969 Regular Season
Boston Montreal 1969 Semi-Final Game 1
Eastern Western 1970 All-Star Game
NY Rangers Toronto 1970 Regular Season
Chicago Toronto 1970 Regular Season
Detroit Toronto 1970 Regular Season
Detroit Toronto 1971 Regular Season
Boston Toronto 1971 Regular Season
NY Rangers Toronto 1971 Quarter-Final Game 6
Toronto NY Rangers 1971 Quarter-Final Game 2
Philadelphia Toronto 1975 Quarter-Final Game 4
Philadelphia Buffalo 1975 Stanley Cup Final Game 6
Red Army Montreal 1975
Montreal Philadelphia 1976 Stanley Cup Final Game 4
Red Army Philadelphia 1976
Montreal Boston 1977 Stanley Cup Final Game 4
Toronto NY Islanders 1978 Quarter-Final Game 7
Philadelphia Boston 1978 Semi-Final Game 5
Montreal Boston 1978 Stanley Cup Final Game 6
Vancouver Philadelphia 1979 Preliminary Round Game 3
Atlanta Toronto 1979 Preliminary Round Game 2
Boston Montreal 1979 Semi-Final Game 7
NY Rangers Montreal 1979 Stanley Cup Final Game 5
Campbell Wales 1980 All-Star Game
Edmonton Toronto 1980 Regular Season
Colorado Toronto 1980 Regular Season
Philadelphia NY Islanders 1980 Stanley Cup Final Game 6
NY Islanders Philadelphia 1980 Stanley Cup Final Game 1
Minnesota NY Islanders 1981 Stanley Cup Final Game 5
Vancouver Chicago 1982 Conference Final Game 5
NY Islanders Quebec 1982 Conference Final Game 4
Quebec Montreal 1982 Division Semi-Final Game 5
Edmonton Los Angeles 1982 Division Semi-Final Game 4
Quebec Boston 1982 Division Final Game 7
NY Islanders Vancouver 1982 Stanley Cup Final Game 4
Vancouver NY Islanders 1982 Stanley Cup Final Game 1
Campbell Wales 1983 All-Star Game
Edmonton Chicago 1983 Conference Final Game 4
Boston NY Islanders 1983 Conference Final Game 6
Chicago Edmonton 1983 Conference Final Game 1
Calgary Edmonton 1983 Division Final Game 5
Calgary Edmonton 1983 Division Final Game 1
Edmonton Calgary 1983 Division Final Game 3
Edmonton NY Islanders 1983 Stanley Cup Final Game 4
Calgary Toronto 1984 Regular Season
Calgary Edmonton 1984 Division Final Game 7
Quebec Montreal 1984 Division Final Game 6
NY Islanders Edmonton 1984 Stanley Cup Final Game 5
Quebec Montreal 1985 Division Final Game 7
Philadelphia Edmonton 1985 Stanley Cup Final Game 5
Montreal Calgary 1986 Stanley Cup Final Game 2
Montreal Calgary 1986 Stanley Cup Final Game 5
St. Louis Toronto 1987 Division Semi-Final Game 6
Philadelphia Edmonton 1987 Stanley Cup Final Game 7
Boston Edmonton 1988 Stanley Cup Final Game 4
Boston Toronto 1989 Regular Season
Chicago Calgary 1989 Conference Final Game 5
Montreal Philadelphia 1989 Conference Final Game 6
Calgary Montreal 1989 Stanley Cup Final Game 3
Calgary Montreal 1989 Stanley Cup Final Game 6
Campbell Wales 1990 All-Star Game
Detroit Toronto 1990 Regular Season
Edmonton Winnipeg 1990 Division Semi-Final Game 4
Calgary Los Angeles 1990 Division Semi-Final Game 4
Calgary Los Angeles 1990 Division Semi-Final Game 6
Edmonton Los Angeles 1990 Division Final Game 4
Edmonton Boston 1990 Stanley Cup Final Game 5
Edmonton Boston 1990 Stanley Cup Final Game 1
Edmonton Calgary 1991 Division Semi-Final Game 7
Calgary Edmonton 1991 Division Semi-Final Game 6
Vancouver Los Angeles 1991 Division Semi-Final Game 2
Los Angeles Edmonton 1991 Division Final Game 3
Los Angeles Edmonton 1991 Division Final Game 6
Montreal Boston 1991 Division Final Game 2
Edmonton Los Angeles 1991 Division Final Game 2
Edmonton Los Angeles 1991 Division Final Game 1
Boston Montreal 1991 Division Final Game 6
Minnesota Pittsburgh 1991 Stanley Cup Final Game 2
Pittsburgh Minnsota 1991 Stanley Cup Final Game 6
Pittsburgh Boston 1992 Conference Final Game 3
Hartford Montreal 1992 Division Semi-Final Game 7
Winnipeg Vancouver 1992 Division Semi-Final Game 7
Pittsburgh Chicago 1992 Stanley Cup Final Game 4
NY Islanders Montreal 1993 Conference Final Game 5
Toronto Los Angeles 1993 Conference Final Game 6
Montreal NY Islanders 1993 Conference Final Game 3
Los Angeles Toronto 1993 Conference Final Game 7
San Jose Toronto 1993 Conference Semi-Final Game 7
Vancouver Winnipeg 1993 Division Semi-Final Game 6
Vancouver Winnipeg 1993 Division Semi-Final Game 3
Quebec Montreal 1993 Division Semi-Final Game 3
Toronto Detroit 1993 Division Semi-Final Game 7
St. Louis Toronto 1993 Division Semi-Final Game 1
Montreal Quebec 1993 Division Semi-Final Game 1
Montreal Quebec 1993 Division Semi-Final Game 5
St. Louis Toronto 1993 Division Semi-Final Game 2
Toronto Detroit 1993 Division Semi-Final Game 5
St. Louis Toronto 1993 Division Final Game 7
Montreal Buffalo 1993 Division Final Game 4
Los Angeles Montreal 1993 Stanley Cup Final Game 5
Toronto Chicago 1994 Conference Quarter-Final Game 3
Vancouver Calgary 1994 Conference Quarter-Final Game 7
New Jersey NY Rangers 1994 Conference Final Game 7
NY Rangers New Jersey 1994 Conference Final Game 6
Toronto Vancouver 1994 Conference Final Game 5
San Jose Toronto 1994 Conference Semi-Final Game 6
Vancouver NY Rangers 1994 Stanley Cup Final Game 7
Detroit Montreal 1995 Regular Season
Philadelphia Montreal 1995 Regular Season
Ottawa Quebec 1995 Regular Season
Calgary San Jose 1995 Conference Quarter-Final Game 4
San Jose Calgary 1995 Conference Quarter-Final Game 7
NY Rangers Quebec 1995 Conference Quarter-Final Game 1
Vancouver St. Louis 1995 Conference Quarter-Final Game 7
Chicago Vancouver 1995 COnference Semi-Final Game 4
Detroit New Jersey 1995 Stanley Cup Final Game 4
NY Rangers Montreal 1996 Regular Season
Edmonton Toronto 1996 Regular Season
Detroit Winnipeg 1996 Conference Quarter-Final Game 6
NY Rangers Pittsburgh 1996 Conference Semi-Final Game 5
Colorado Florida 1996 Stanley Cup Final Game 4
Eastern Wetern 1997 All-Star Game
Pittsburgh Montreal 1997 Regular Season
NY Rangers Vancouver 1997 Regular Season
Vancouver Colorado 1997 Regular Season
Buffalo Ottawa 1997 Regular Season
Ottawa Buffalo 1997 Conference Quarter-Final Game 1
Philadelphia Detroit 1997 Stanley Cup Final Game 4
Edmonton Colorado 1998 Conference Quarter-Final Game 7
Detroit Washington 1998 Stanley Cup Final Game 4
is there any new updates from the NHL classic games (for 6/14/2010)?

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Petrov made several bad passes, really poor decision making at times. I was not impressed. He made up for it with a sweet pass on a goal later, but he - along with Lemaire - just seemed not at his best. Lemaire looked embarrassingly ineffective trying to forecheck Gusev at least three times, having neither the size or the speed of the Soviet rearguard, and literally bouncing off of Gusev's backside each time, a perfect Army pass resulting up ice, unfettered by the lame attempts..
For what it's worth many of the newspaper accounts of the game point out that Lemaire (along with Savard) as being amongst the best Canadiens players on the ice that evening. Some of the reporters (especially within the french media) suggested that he should have been named one of the nights three stars. In addition, many of those around Lemaire (teammates, coaches, and broadcasters) would in the years ahead point to this particular game as a real turning point for him.

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