Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Paul on 05/10/14 at 08:28 AM ET
from Gerald Eskenaki of the New York Times on May 10, 1970,
Although unable to leap over buildings with a single bound, Bobby Orr flew through the air in overtime today, rapped home Derek Sanderson's pass and gave the Bruins their first Stanley Cup since 1941. The symbolism was perfect. The goal was scored by the young man who made the Bruins the offensive threat that they are, and the pass came from the pug-nosed scrapper who helped to make them one of the National Hockey League's most ferocious teams.
Watch the goal below, with the late, great Dan Kelly on the call...
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