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  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pfeifer View Post
    Anybody remember Felix Potvin going toe to toe with Hextall? I thought Felix actually won that fight.
    I remember that, always followed Hextall's career considering he was a Brandonite. Came and visited our math class cause the teacher was his favorite. Brandon has always produced good goalies, probably because the rest of the players suck so the goalie got a lot of practice.

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    Ron Hextall was a damn good goalie as well as a true leader. He would stick up for anybody on the ice. Dan Cloutier wasn't as good but he would do the same.

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    The first Cup I remember was rooting hard for FLA because of the rats on the ice lol. But COL destroyed them.

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    I remember Pat LaFontaine being knocked out an his ambulance being held up by Ranger fans in the 90' playoffs.

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    Leafs-Islanders series gives me a woody everytime I think of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pfeifer View Post
    Fraser was the worst back then. He would get cussed out every time in Vancouver by the fans. Funny thing is he was the best ref in the NHL when he retired. I just loved that era, there was a real personality to the game. I think my favorite time as a fan was 94' cause I'm a Canucks fan, but the years prior and up until around 98' the NHL was prime. I loved watching guys like Scott Stevens, Doug Gilmour, Pat Lafontaine, Ray Bourque, Mike Modano, Joe Nieuendyke, Gary Roberts, Al MacInnes, Trevor Linden, Paul Kariya, Teemu Selanne, Cam Neely, Larry Murphy, Brett Hull, Steve Yzerman, I could go on forever it seems. There is no way fans identify with this many stars today. Those were the days when the Canucks could miss the playoffs and I could watch everybody and enjoy it with stars everywhere.

    I remember Domi elbowing Niedermeyer and Stevens going nuts in the box. The battles between Neely and Ulf were epic. Does anybody remember Dale Hunters elbow, I can't remember on who but it was nuts. Whoever mentioned the wings/avs series, that was prob one of the best rivalries ever in pro sports.
    I agree...the NHL of the 90's was the best of all worlds....skating, speed, hitting, rivalries, respect, hip checks, playoff beards, ties, no shoot-outs, the 2-line pass, old Barns to play in, the organ (NOT Rap music or crappy nu-metal) ...everything. The era before Politically Correct/Soccer Mom Safe hockey crept in. ALL of the players had to have some physical responsibility on the ice.

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    Mario Lemieux Highlights
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    12/7/12 R.I.P Off-topic-forum amigo.

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    The Sens cup run of '07. Man, that was amazing. Of course the Finals against the Ducks was not.

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