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Can you name the often overlooked player in each famous moment?
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February 28, 2010: I was the guy who set Crosby up to win the Gold Medal for Canada.
The Golden Boy
June 9, 2001: Joe Sakic takes the Stanley Cup and hands it right to Ray Bourque giving him the first and only Stanley Cup in his career. I scored the game winner.
...And I left a few years later.
February 22, 1980: Mike Eruzione scored the go-ahead goal and eventual game winner of the game soon to be called the Miracle on Ice. I was the Soviet who gave up the goal.
Do you believe in miracles? ...YES!
2006 NHL Playoffs: Cam Ward pulls off win after win leading the Carolina Hurricanes to their first ever Stanley Cup. I started in net for the Canes but was pulled after game 2.
Look at where he is now...
August 9, 1988: Wayne Gretzky is traded from the Edmonton Oilers to the Los Angeles Kings. We were the two players that went with him. Name 1 of us.
And he would never win a Cup again...
December 6, 1995: After allowing 9 goals on 26 shots, Patrick Roy was traded from the Montreal Canadiens to the Colorado Avalanche. I went with him.
Oh captain my captain.
2005-2006 NHL Season: The year of the rookie phenoms Crosby and Ovechkin. Everyone forgets me, I was nominated for the Calder Trophy that year too ya know.
But you didn't win...
March 23, 1994: Wayne Gretzky scores his record breaking 802nd career goal. I gave it up.
True story: the Canucks still won that game
May 24, 1980: Sure everyone remembers Islander glory years as being the years of Potvin, Bossy, and Trottier, but I scored the goal that ignited a 4 year dynasty in game 6.
Odds they win a cup again sometime soon?
April 30, 1986: Steve Smith scores on himself to send the Flames to the Finals. This player was credited with the goal.
What a player.
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