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Damn straight ‘It Happened on Hockey Night’: Re-living Yzerman’s goal against the Blues in 1996

The Red Wings didn’t win the Stanley Cup during the spring of 1996, but their playoff runs to the Cup Finals in 95 and their three-round run into the brick wall that was the Colorado Avalanche after they’d defeated the St. Louis Blues gave the Wings both the resolve,determination, playoff experience and especially the personnel changes necessary to capture the Cup in 1997, and the CBC’s “It Happened on Hockey Night” series revisits one of the best goals in Red Wings history today:

Many thanks to Paul for the link.

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HockeytownOverhaul's avatar

Could you imagine if Devallano had said we thin we have all the right pieces they’re just not getting it done bac then… may never have had this dynasty

Posted by HockeytownOverhaul on 03/17/12 at 05:30 PM ET

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Gretzky gave up that puck which led to that goal. I have never forgiven him for that.

Posted by Rob from Stl on 03/17/12 at 07:10 PM ET

thethirdcoast's avatar

Here is the pure unadulterated version guaranteed to prep any real Red Wings fan to run through a brick wall:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UJTAnyLn_RI

You’re welcome.

Posted by thethirdcoast from Algiers, DZ on 03/17/12 at 08:43 PM ET

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