June 19-20, 1999. The Dallas Stars beat the Buffalo Sabres 2 to 1 in Triple Overtime to win the Stanley Cup. Hard to believe it’s been 13 ears since Bret Hull scored the Cup winning goal that shouldn’t have counted. We here in Buffalo will forever call it “No Goal.”
I still think they're going to miss the playoffs because they have just way too much ground to make up in the standings, but the Buffalo Sabres sure are playing well the past couple of weeks. Friday night at First Niagara Center they battled back from down 2-0 to beat the Dallas Stars in a shootout 3 to 2
It still hurts after more than 12 years. The Dallas Stars won the Stanley Cup in 1999 at the expense of the Buffalo Sabres when Bret Hull scored the game and cup-winning goal while his skate was in the goal crease. NHL rules at the time made it illegal to score a goal any goal with a player in the crease - even a skate blade. It wasn't until well after the game did a video replay show Hull's skate was in the crease.
Boston Bruins fans thought they were going to a hockey game last night, but ended up witnessing real life Rock ‘em Sock ‘em Robots. There were three fights in the first four seconds of the game, one on each drop of the puck
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