Dec 25, · Bobby Orr beat St. Louis Blues goaltender Glenn Hall to win the Stanley Cup, leaping through the air to celebrate what has become the most iconic goal in NHL history. The famous diving goal picture shows Bobby Orr, number 4, scoring the fourth goal, during the fourth period (overtime), of the fourth game of the Stanley Cup playoffs. This goal won the series. He was tripped by player number 4. In the deciding game six, Orr was in the penalty box after a scuffle with the Flyers' Bobby Clarke and during the ensuring power play the Flyers scored (which turned out to be the Cup-winning goal), but with 4 seconds left and the Bruins trailing Orr took a face-off and sent a desperation length of the ice shot that went just wide of the. Bobby Orr scored the Cup-winning goal on Glenn Hall, with an assist from Derek Sanderson, at forty seconds of overtime, and the subsequent image of Orr flying through the air, his arms raised in victory — he had been tripped by Blues' defenseman Noel Picard immediately after scoring the goal — is one of the most famous and recognized hockey Captains: St. Louis: Al Arbour, Boston: Vacant.
Johnny Bucyk 6 - The —73 saw upheaval at the Bruins. Basic Info First Name. All-Star Game Outdoor games. The team finished with a 17—43—10 record, leaving the Bruins in last place. In the —75 season , Orr broke his own previous record for goals by a defenceman, scoring 46 goals to go with 89 assists for his sixth straight point season. If it had gone by me, it's a two-on-one.
Boston Herald. In —74 , Orr led the Bruins to another first-place finish in the regular season. For the season, Orr scored 13 goals and 28 assists , one of the best rookie seasons in NHL history to that point by a defenceman. If it had gone by me, it's a two-on-one. December 17,
He was only up for a second, but Boston Herald photographer Ray Lussier snapped a shot of Bobby mid-flight and kept him there forever. Stan Fischler Dick Stockton. He holds the record for most points and assists in a single season by a defenceman. Orr, Frank He would race down the right wing with the puck and attempt to beat the opposing defenceman using his speed and strength.