Greatest Game 7s In Stanley Cup Finals History

Greatest Game 7s In Stanley Cup Finals History
2006 Carolina v. Edmonton

Conn Smythe Trophy winner Cam Ward helped shut the door on the Oilers with 22 saves as Carolina held off Edmonton 3-1.
2004 Tampa Bay vs. Calgary

Ruslan Fedotenko scored twice for Tampa Bay, leading the Lightning a 2-1 Game 7 victory and the franchise's first Cup. (Skip ahead to the :22 mark.)
2001 Colorado vs. New Jersey

Alex Tanguay and Patrick Roy propeled the Avs past the Devils 3-1, ending Ray Bourque's 22-year quest for a Stanley Cup.
1994 New York Rangers vs. Vancouver

The Rangers put an end to their 54-year Stanley Cup drought, beating Vancouver 3-1. (Skip ahead to the 1:54 mark.)
1987 Edmonton vs. Philadelphia Flyers

Wayne Gretzky and the high-scoring Oilers were too much for the Flyers, winning their third Stanley Cup in four years.
1971 Montreal vs. Chicago

Canadiens legend Henri Richard scored the game-winning goal in the third period, lifting Montreal past the Blackhawks 3-2.
1950 Detroit vs. New York Rangers

Pete Babando scored the first-ever Game 7 Stanley Cup Finals game-winner after 28:31 of overtime as the Red Wings defeated the Rangers 4-3.
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