Blast From The Past: 1993 Montreal Canadiens Penalty Kill
How the Habs shut down Gretzky
To create hockey’s future, first we must understand its past.
In June 1993 die-hard Habs fan Mathieu Turcotte watches his Montreal Canadiens win the Stanley Cup, beating the Los Angeles Kings in Game 5 at the Forum. Goaltender Patrick Roy wins the Conn Smyth Trophy as playoff MVP. Then a riot in downtown Montreal. He remembers as if it was yesterday.
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