The first three-nothing series comeback in the sport’s history remains the only one in the Cup Final.
Bobby Orr inspired one of sports' most iconic images of all time, when he was sent flying while scoring a goal that clinched the Cup for the Boston Bruins.
The Oilers were titans. But for one night, nothing they could do was enough to stop the determined Kings.
Mark Messier didn’t just guarantee victory, down 3-2 to the crosstown rival Devils in the 1994 Eastern Conference Finals, he ensured it.
After 49 years, only the Blackhawks knew that they had just ended their Stanley Cup drought when Patrick Kane snuck a shot past Flyers goalie Michael Leighton.
Bob Baun had to be taken off the ice on a stretcher in Game 6 of the 1964 Stanley Cup Finals. In overtime, Then he became a hero.
No player is untouchable. This was proven true when Hall of Fame goalie Patrick Roy was traded by the Montreal Canadians in what is considered one of the worst trades in NHL history.
Sidney Crosby and Alex Ovechkin wasted no time establishing themselves. In a 2009 second-round playoff series that went the full seven games, there was no more exciting act than Game 2 when each star notched their first career playoff hat tricks.