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Postby ensanimal » Mon Jul 11, 2005 8:17 am

reznorsboy wrote:1972 Summit series: Paul Hendersons goal to win the deciding game #8. ;-D

good one ;-D

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Postby raiders_umpire » Mon Jul 11, 2005 8:55 am

the one event i would love to go back in time to see in person live, would be the Miracle On Ice... i have watched it numerous times on TV, but would loved to have seen it live.... but since i was living then i will have to give my 2nd choice which would be to have seen the 1919 World Series so i could have seen if my grandaddy was correct (of course i know he was) about the fix by the sox......

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Postby AT » Mon Jul 11, 2005 9:07 am

Miracle on Ice
Secretariat at Belmont
Louis beats Schmeling
Reggie's 3HR in World Series
Ron Guidry's 18K in 1978
Babe calls his shot
Babe Ruth homers in 1st Game at Yankee Stadium
Thrilla in Manilla

The list goes on and on...
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Postby Supernick » Mon Jul 11, 2005 11:38 pm

-le match du vendredi saint (Québec vs Montréal during the playoffs on a Good Friday during the '80). Québec and Montréal were the most biggestest rivalries ever in sport history and this game was at the height of this rivalry. eveyone (the players, the fans and especially the medias) was getting crazy about games between Québec and Montréal and there was two general fights in this game. at the end of the 2nd period all the players from the two teams went on the ice to fight. it stopped when a nordiques player (Louis Sleigher) knock outed a habs player and he fell on the ice. they sent the players to the locker room, at this time the 2nd period wasn't over. then when the players was back on the ice to continue the 2nd period and then to play the 3rd one they announced who gets major penalties for fight and game misconducts, then some players (those who just heard they got a game misconduct) fought again. :-B

-any other games involving the nordiques against the habs during the playoffs.
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